Venn Diagram (WHOLE LESSON)
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Pedley123

Venn Diagram (WHOLE LESSON)

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A power point to help pupils to get to grips with drawing, interpreting and using Venn diagrams to calculate probabilities. This lesson also contains a worksheet with a range of different questions that could be asked in an exam but also an extension task to show pupils the types of exam questions that can be asked. The answers for the worksheet is on the PPT and the mark scheme for the extension is also attached.
Venn Diagrams & Probability - 7 worksheets
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Skillsheets

Venn Diagrams & Probability - 7 worksheets

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These 7 worksheets are aimed at the new GCSE requirement for students to use and understand Venn diagrams. They approach the topic from different angles using word problems and set notation. The sheets are mainly at foundation level and only include two sets. Students can shade which areas on the diagram represent particular sets or subsets and then progress to sorting data based on two conditions e.g. Do you drink tea, do you drink coffee ? The later sheets also involve probability questions including conditional probabilties e.g. What is the probability that a swimmer also cycles regularly ? There is also a page for sorting numbers as multiples, factors, primes etc. The answers are included. GCSE 9-1 references P6, P9, N4, N2 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
Venn Diagrams Set Notation - ONESIE
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CapeTownTeacher

Venn Diagrams Set Notation - ONESIE

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Colourful differentiated A4 page worksheet (with answers), challenge Q , exam question, keywords and 'rate yourself'. Answers provided. Easy for cover work and printing. Answers provided for rapid self assessment (when projected on the whiteboard). Two A4 pages in total. Updated resource 17/11/2018
Venn Diagrams and Probability
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kirbybill

Venn Diagrams and Probability

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Worksheets and presentation that introduces Venn diagrams and extends to probability. Students have to sort numbers into Venn diagrams that are labeled ‘Factors of 12’, ‘Prime Numbers’, ‘Multiples of 3’ etc. Great for an introduction to the concept and to recap factors, multiples, primes and squares. The same idea then extends to probability where students must sort the numbers then give probabilities e.g. “What is the probability of choosing a number that is even but not prime.” Ideal for KS2, KS3 and low ability KS4 students.
Venn Diagrams
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grallert

Venn Diagrams

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A comprehensive resource pack that explains more complex Venn diagrams in detail. The PowerPoint is extremely clear, taking the pupils through the concept of the intersection of two and three sets. There is a fact sheet for pupils as well as a worksheet to consolidate the concept. Answers are supplied.
Problem solving with Venn diagrams
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oralhurt

Problem solving with Venn diagrams

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Power Point presentation, 10 slides, Explaining with examples how to solve problems using Venn diagrams up to three sets. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlVXJkTE81cERka3M/view?usp=sharing
Reading From A Venn Diagram
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happymathematician

Reading From A Venn Diagram

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This is a PDF of two pages and nine questions covering more complex questions on Venn diagrams, largely limited to two set Venn diagrams (though one question is on three sets). These questions take the information given and ask pupils to put them into a Venn diagram and hence answers questions. I have included probability and also conditional probability as it is now appearing on GCSE papers. Answers are included.
Venn Diagrams - 3 Sets
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Skillsheets

Venn Diagrams - 3 Sets

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This resource comprises 6 worksheets with answers to give students confidence in dealing with set notation for 3 intersecting sets. Use set notation and words to describe complements, intersections and unions. Probabilities. GCSE 9-1 reference P6 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
Shading regions in Venn diagrams
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oralhurt

Shading regions in Venn diagrams

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Power Point presentation, 7 slides, Explaining with examples how to shade regions in Venn diagrams to verify set identities, based on IGCSE Extended syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlVFUzOGRteGQtTjA/view?usp=sharing
Venn Diagrams 9-1 Lesson
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IanBrennan

Venn Diagrams 9-1 Lesson

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A series of lessons on Venn Diagrams which involve drawing information from a Venn Diagram, drawing venn diagrams and calculating probabilities from Venn Diagrams. This lesson can be aimed at middle and high ability and all tasks are differentiated to at least 2 different levels. All tasks have solutions and is ideal to use with a new curriculum topic. Used with year 11 and pupils engaged and being challenged at all levels.
Venn Diagrams (Mystery)
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SimplyEffectiveEducation

Venn Diagrams (Mystery)

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Promote independent thinking and problem solving strategies with this resource on Venn diagrams. Pupils must use their mathematical knowledge along with the clues provided to solve the 'mystery'. This will require them to draw a Venn diagram and then interpret it - an area which has been added to both tiers of the GCSE for 2017. Full instructions, ideas for support and extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Get this resource as part of our great value Mysteries Bundle Try a resource like this for free!
Reading Writing & Maths Venn Diagram
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mrichmond

Reading Writing & Maths Venn Diagram

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A Venn diagram for Reading, Writing and Maths in PowerPoint. To add your pupils just insert a text box where they need to go. This is a simple tool for class teachers to use to track the progress of the pupils in their class throughout the year.
Set of resources on Venn diagrams and probability
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langy74

Set of resources on Venn diagrams and probability

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These resources are designed for the new GCSE higher tier. The first worksheet introduces how Venn diagrams work and the notation used for the different sections of the diagram. The second worksheet is to practise using the notation correctly. The powerpoint can be used as a whole class activity to see if they have learned the notation correctly - it contains 11 multiple choice questions, for each they must choose which option is the correct notation for the given Venn diagram. The final 10-page worksheet is a set of exam-style questions. All answers are included.
Venn Diagrams
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adam_crane93

Venn Diagrams

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This was delivered to a low ability year 10 class. It is quite basic and missing some of the more complicated concepts dealing with Venn diagrams. This is a PowerPoint intent on explaining how to fill a Venn Diagram with examples. I tried to include the important things to include when completing a Venn diagram. There are some generic questions contained within the slides. Slides 1-7 were seen on lesson 1 and then I gave the class examples of this type. Slides 8-18 were seen in lesson 2 (after recapping the previous slides) and further examples of this type were given to the class. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated as this is my first resource I have uploaded.
Structured Venn Diagram Questions
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SiouxzieD

Structured Venn Diagram Questions

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Worksheets for structured Venn Diagram questions (3 with two circles, 3 with three circles). I used these with my set 4 year 10 class and it really helped them understand how to fill in a Venn diagram. I went through the class examples on the board using highlighters and then the students were able to answer the worksheets independently. Also suitable for Statistics GCSE. UPDATE- Worked solutions added with colour coding to help with explanations.