Probability!Quick View


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

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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

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

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

Calculating ProbabilityQuick View

Calculating Probability

This is a double lesson for Probability, it starts with a multiplication starter. The probability words are then introduced and an answer sheet is embedded for the students to write their own sentences on (they generally struggle with evens, don't allow them to have weather). A power point is embedded to introduce the number line and the students have to work out where the images or Yoda and Elvis go (it may sound odd but it will be more obvious when you see it!) There are parts where the students can come up to the board and put the fractions/percentages and decimals in the correct place (if you print these pages out, everyone can do them). There are questions on throwing dice and pulling coloured balls out of a bag which can be done practically. The Monty Hall problems is included with videos, then the game is on a few slides along with a game linked to the net. The plenary gets the students into groups at the front of the class and they have to work out if they are correct.

By Sukimax

Probability - ExtensionQuick View

Probability - Extension

All you ever needed to know about how to deal with complex probability questions. Explanations are easy to follow ... Questions and answers throughout to explain facts This PowerPoint lesson is ideal for home-schooling and for revising for GCSE examinations

By Math-Worksheets-Galore

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Probability: These probability cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with calculating probability. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. Probability Cootie Catchers Contents: There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for a total of 16 problems. Students are given a word problem and are asked to determine the probability of the event happening. Answers are included for each question. *** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: *** ♦ Grades 1-3: Addition Arrays Balancing Equations Coins Estimating Sums Expanded Form Fact Families Greater Than Less Than Long Division Missing Addends Multiplication Word Problems Number Bonds Word Problems Skip Counting Subtraction Telling Time ♦ Grades 3-5: Balancing Equations Capacity Comparing Decimals Decimals Elapsed Time Expanded Form Exponents Fact Families Factors & Multiples Fractions Fractions on a Number Line Greater Than Less Than Greatest Common Factors Least Common Multiple Long Division Mean, Median, Mode, & Range Metric Measurement Mixed Numbers Multiplication Number Patterns Order of Operations Percents Place Value Prime & Composite Numbers Prime Factorization Probability Properties of Mult. Rounding Word Problems ♦ Grades 6-8: Customary Measurements Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions Greater Than Less Than Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers Integers Operations with Fractions Rational Numbers Ratios Simple Interest ♦ Geometry: 3D Shapes Angle Pair Relationships Area of a Circle & Composite Figures Circumference of a Circle Missing Angles Perimeter Polygons Pythagorean Theorem Quadrilaterals Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms ♦ Algebra: Absolute Value Combining Like Terms Distributive Property Equations Evaluating Expressions Inequalities Linear Equations Polynomials Proportions Quadratic Equations Scientific Notation Simplifying Expressions Slope System of Equations Two Step & Multi Step Equations Writing Expressions

By ScienceSpot

Probability - F to AQuick View

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

Basic Probability ONESIEQuick View

Basic Probability ONESIE

Colourful differentiated ONESIE worksheet. Allowing students to show progression. Suitable for cover lessons - easy and cost effective to photocopy. **Supplied with answers.**

By CapeTownTeacher

Venn Diagrams & ProbabilityQuick View

Venn Diagrams & Probability

This lesson is demonstrates through worked examples how Venn diagrams can be used to obtain the probability of a given event. The lesson also has a worksheet attached.

By sjcooper

Probability WorksheetsQuick View

Probability Worksheets

Two worksheets, testing basic probability with dice, coloured balls and letters. The second worksheet is more difficult and introduces sampling with and without replacement. Full solutions included.

By dh2119

Probability tree diagrams - with replacementQuick View

Probability tree diagrams - with replacement

Complete lesson on probability tree diagrams with replacement. Includes: > Skills check starter (systematic listing, multiplying fractions and decimals, and probability) > Examples on calculating with tree diagrams > Worksheet with extension > Full set of solutions > Plenary on independent events (you may want to change the names used to those in your class)

By mizz_happy

Probability homework or revision resourceQuick View

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 all GCSEQuick View

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