Probability

Probability

Probability Lecture is covered during Quantitative Methods Module. Lecture outline: - The meaning of probability and relevant concepts - The basic operations of probability In this File you will find: - 1 Probability Lecture Power Point Presentation - 1 Seminar plan with 16 different interactive activities for the students with detailed answers This Lecture and Seminar is covered by the Bachelor Level Students

By galkin_pavel07

Probability

Probability

A powerpoint including examples, worksheets and solutions on probability of one or more events using lists, tables and tree diagrams. Also covers expectation, experimental probability and misconceptions relating to probability. Also includes some classics probability games, puzzles and surprising facts. Worksheets at bottom of presentation for printing.

By danwalker

Probability

Probability

Wide ranging worksheet on calculation of probability. Questions on construction of probability trees included. All answers to problems are also included.

By miker459

Probability

Probability

A wide ranging worksheet on probability. Questions on construction of probability trees are included. All answers to problems are given.

By miker459

Probability (equal outcomes and theoretical probability)

Probability (equal outcomes and theoretical probability)

It is a perfect resource for Probability equal outcomes. It will allow teachers to ask questions for self assessment to check for student's misconception. Attached is a fun probability task where students can investigate the probability. Furthermore, lesson plan is attached to guide teacher how to set out the lesson

By Sazio

KS4 Probability-Rescue the princess-adventure game

KS4 Probability-Rescue the princess-adventure game

Featured in the TES Newsletter. Adventure game in which students answer probability questions in order to rescue a princess. PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. There are 5 sections, each with 2 topics. They have 4 attempts at each topic, if they get all 4 wrong, the game ends and they will have to start again. The 5 sections are: OR and AND questions, complementary events, combined events (inc. 'exactly' questions and 'at least' questions), conditional probability. Go to my profile page and check out my other games.

By kmbheck

Maths: Probability Game

Maths: Probability Game

This is a game which demonstrates the different probabilities associated with the score on two dice. The Rules & Lesson Plan tab explain how to play the game and use the resource

By Smeths

Statistics: Probability 1 - Probability Scales and Language (+ Resources)

Statistics: Probability 1 - Probability Scales and Language (+ Resources)

This is the first of lesson in a series on Probability aimed at KS3 mainly, but also very apt for KS4 as well. I have seperate lessons/ series on Sets/ Tree Diagrams and other areas of probability that are available in my shop. This first lesson comes with a starter, lesson objectives, key words, different activities, an excellent worksheet with answers and plenary. Lesson 1 - Probability Scale Lesson 2/3 - Theoretical Probability (2 Lessons) Lesson 4 - Relative Frequency Lesson 5 - Monopoly Lesson (Function/Fun Lesson) NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and if you do purchase then please remember to rate and feedback as it is really helpful, thanks.

By ajf43

Probability

Probability

Presentation for teaching Probability Covers: Meaning of probability Calculating a Single probability Fractions, Decimals and Percentage expressions Drawing and labeling probability lines Constructing a probability tree Calculating a two step probability using fractions Created for teaching Maths Functional Skill (Level 1 and Level 2) to adults. Suitable for lower ability KS3 and KS4 (especially for GCSE exam revision).

By pstrainingservices

BundleProbability

Probability

These three presentations cover lessons from the basics of probability of one event up to the probability of more than one event represented on tree diagrams or on a sample space.

By sjcooper

BundleProbability

Probability

This bundle puts together lessons on the probability from the basics of a single event up to the probability of more than one event found through a tree diagram

By sjcooper

Probability - F to A

Probability - F to A

A powerpoint taking you from chance and probability lines, listing outcomes, the probabiliy of an event not happening and tree diagrams.

By alutwyche

SaleExperimental Probability Horse Race

Experimental Probability Horse Race

Nice Experimental Horse Race Lesson. The Worksheet is good for showing the expected and actual results. I tend to keep the results over time to show classes the value of many trials

By dlambton

Probability all GCSE

Probability all GCSE

Everything required to teach probability for the GCSE. Several lessons worth covering basic probability, sample space diagrams, experimental probability and tree diagrams. Lots of fun probability games and ideas included.

By bdsouza1

Probability!

Probability!

Full probability topic, all ready to go! I have used these lessons with year 7-10. Using the full lessons as introductions to the topic for year 7s and then putting activities from different lessons together for recaps for other years. Each lesson includes: 5 a day starter, lesson objectives with progress tick slide, differentiated, colour coded questions WITH answers. Lesson 1: Introduction into probability! Intro to probability scale and using words such as impossible, likely, etc and intro into how we use fractions to measure probability with whiteboard progress checks included. Lesson 2: Mutually exclusive and sample space diagrams! Intro into when events are mutually exclusive and that probability adds to 1, includes RAG AfL activity to check progress. Intro into sample space diagrams with worksheets AND answers, and fun horse race activity to end. Lesson 3: Relative Frequency! Intro into predicting outcomes, with theoretical and estimated probabilities. Includes a coin toss experiment to show difference in the two probabilities. Lesson 4: Venn diagrams! Intro into how venn diagrams can be used to find probability, with all worksheets and answers included. Lesson 5: Tree diagrams! Intro into probability tree diagrams with and without replacement, all worksheets and answers included! Probability Learning Objective sheet! Activity which can be used in lesson as a consolidation task or as a homework. Has a question on each part of probability students have learnt, with self assessment RAGG tick section. A series of five lessons, ready to use but can be edited for your needs! Hope this is useful for you. If you like my lessons, or think there is more I could do to improve them, please rate or comment! Thanks =]

By stephigittins

Probability homework or revision resource

Probability homework or revision resource

This resource is accompanied by an answer document. It is aimed at students who have been taught probability and relative frequency. The questions include a wide range of contexts (with Venn diagrams, pie charts and various other diagrams requiring correct interpretation to derive relative frequency) and challenge students to calculate simple probabilities, and probabilities for dependent and independent events. A grading system based on the new GCSE specification is suggested, but this resource would be equally useful in the US. The paper can be printed onto a single A3 folded sheet and there are a total of 60 marks. It can be used as a homework or a revision resource, or to assess general understanding at the end of the topic with plenty of extension and differentiated content available.

By silvestertim

Probability Darts

Probability Darts

Set of five worksheets in which students find the portion of the dartboard that each panel occupies and use their knowledge of degrees and fractions to answer questions about probability

By gazza1973

Notes - Stats & Probability-Probability.Powerpoint

Notes - Stats & Probability-Probability.Powerpoint

A few years ago I wrote a set of notes for pupils and put them on my website. The notes were supposed to be written in a pupil-friendly way, and different to notes students might find in textbooks or elsewhere on the internet. I have converted the notes to PowerPoint slides so you can download them, adapt them if needed, use them in revision lessons or perhaps give your students a set to take home with them to help them prepare for exams. The chances are there will be a few mistakes here and there, so if you spot any please email me & I will correct them. Hope they are of use!

By MrBartonMaths