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GCSE QWC mysteries

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Another way to support pupils to do the longer GCSE maths questions. These can be used with:\n - Hints\n - Solutions\n - Misconceptions\n - Pupil made mysteries\nAfter pupils have tackled these mysteries in pairs or groups get them to try the GCSE question in its original format. It tends to build their confidence.\nAny feedback or rating gratefully received!!!
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Grade that Question - GCSE Grade Questions

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More available if people indicate that they would like them. A selection of GCSE questions at different grades. Students decide, using grade descriptor, what grade they think each question is. They then decide their confidence level on a scale of 1 to 5. Finally they try the questions and decide their overall grade for the topic.
WJEC AO3 exam practice - Area and PerimeterQuick View
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WJEC AO3 exam practice - Area and Perimeter

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These lessons have been designed to support pupils to go from familiar to unfamiliar GCSE questions. They start with lots of support and over 4 lessons this support is gradually withdrawn. I'd really appreciate some feedback on these, especially if you use them with a class.Many thanks
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Number Bingo

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Fractions, decimals and percentages. Use as a reviews, wrap ups or starters.
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Statistics Bingo

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Two Bingo format games. Students make up their own bingo card using list of answers. As slides progress students wirk out problems and cross off answer if it is on their card. ! game for mean and median and 1 game for probability..
Maths Geometry and Shape Bingo Game - KS3 GCSEQuick View
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Maths Geometry and Shape Bingo Game - KS3 GCSE

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These bingo games are based on geometry and shape topics in which students answer questions to play. This PowerPoint is ideal to be used on the interactive whiteboard at KS3 and GCSE. Written and shared by teachers in the South East. Ideal for revision, starters and plenaries.
WJEC AO3 exam practice - BillsQuick View
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WJEC AO3 exam practice - Bills

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These lessons have been designed to support pupils to go from familiar to unfamiliar GCSE questions. They start with lots of support and over 4 lessons this support is gradually withdrawn. I'd really appreciate some feedback on these, especially if you use them with a class.\nMany thanks
Functional GCSE questionsQuick View
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Functional GCSE questions

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Using maths mysteries to support students in being able to tackle AO2/3 style GCSE questions. They can choose which and how many shaded support questions to use. Promoting some independence and different levels of support across a class.
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GCSE revision carousal

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A revision carousal for higher GCSE covering four topics: Trigonometry Trial and improvement Inequalities Fractional equations
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Simultaneous Equations

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This lesson uses area to introduce simultaneous equations. Students move from informal to formal solutions effortlessly!
GCSE Maths Foundation - Grade that QuestionQuick View
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GCSE Maths Foundation - Grade that Question

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In this worksheet for GCSE maths foundation, students identify and recognise different graded questions. Good exam practice. Students are invited to consider the grade of different questions then to decide their confidence levels before attempting them and self assessing their overall grade.