#### GCSE Statistics Revision Powerpoint

Edexcel GCSE exam question powerpoint for KS4 revision. Focussed mainly on D-C border questions. Built for Powervote but equally as effective without (with mini-whiteboards etc).

Edexcel GCSE exam question powerpoint for KS4 revision. Focussed mainly on D-C border questions. Built for Powervote but equally as effective without (with mini-whiteboards etc).

By dandownes

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Pub quiz with 5 rounds, including answers, covering the edexcel GCSE statistics curriculum.

By sam4188

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A short booklet to help guide revision on number topics for GCSE higher. Targeted for students from B to A* grade, the following topics are covered:<br />
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Averages<br />
Representing Data<br />
Comparing Data<br />
Surveys and Sampling<br />
Probability<br />
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There is space for students to write notes on each topic and practice questions with answers (works well when printed as an A5 booklet).<br />
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For more resources you can visit my website at: <br />
http://www.mrcsmaths.com/<br />

By MrCsMaths

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I split the GCSE Statistics course into 4 parts and used the old examwizard for lots of questions.
I then done a hand done markscheme in line with the actual markscheme that is easily understood by the students.
Was a very useful tool for the Students, especially those who were more independent. I made them work through the exams and shared the pdf for them to assess their work

By zakir

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This is a collection of GCSE questions on statistics topics NOT on the maths syllabus so that students can access GCSE stats easily.

By mrvman

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This is a work in progress SOW for A Level maths that i'm working on. Also attached is a curriculum map of all the different pathways for A level maths and further maths e.g C1C2M1/C1C2S1 etc.

By mrvman

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Learn about money and budget through fun activities.<br />
Print this into A3 paper , you need beans or colorful beads, place the beans and beads on the categories you want then glue them.

By Lypham

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**$3.00**

Read and draw line plots, and use the data to answer basic questions. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP.<br />
Objectives:<br />
- Interpret line plots<br />
- Given data sets create line plots<br />
- Answer questions using data in line plots<br />
Includes 6 practice pages and answer keys.<br />
Aligned with NCCS Math - 4.MD.4<br />
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Look for more help at commoncoremath.net!

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**$3.00**

Recognize, analyze and create histograms and box and whisker plots. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP.<br />
Objectives:<br />
- Identify histograms and box and whisker plots<br />
- Analyze data using histograms and box and whisker plots<br />
- Understand when data should be represented in either a histogram or box and whisker plot<br />
- Given a data set, draw histograms and box and whisker plots<br />
Includes 6 problem pages and answer sheets.<br />
Aligned with NCCS Math - 6.SP.4<br />
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Look for more help at commoncoremath.net!

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**$3.00**

Pokey Porcupine provides a fun way to practice math skills!<br />
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This Pokey Porcupine card game allows students to practice calculating the percent of a given number while playing a friendly game of Poke. In addition, the cards could be by individual a student at their desk.<br />
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Be sure to check the preview for the types of questions students will be asked to solve.<br />
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The set contains:<br />
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• 36 poke cards.<br />
• Instructions for assembly.<br />
• Instructions for game play.<br />
• Answer key.

By Jen Best

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**$2.00**

A selection of posters for Numeracy across the Curriculum or using Graphs and Charts (Graphicacy) across the curriculum. Display in classrooms or on boards around the school and get staff directing pupils to them if they are struggling or unsure which chart is suitable to use.

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A lesson which uses the context of the estimated sign, ℮, which appears next to quantities on pre-packaged goods, in order to learn how to find the estimated mean from a grouped frequency table. It also is an opportunity for practising finding percentages of amounts.<br />
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Some questions on grouped data I think were taken from https://www.missbsresources.com/

By baker589

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Every day in the run up to the GCSE exams we are intending to put up two GCSE problems of the day on Twitter. Here are the files you can use in the classroom. For each problem there are some variations that you might want to use instead or in addition.<br />
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The first two problems are suitable for foundation and higher and the second are suitable for higher.<br />
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The first problems can focus on writing a number as the product of its prime factors and then find HCF. There is also a problem involving fractions and percentages.<br />
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The second problems involve forming a box plot and also circle geometry to find the area of a triangle.<br />
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We hope you enjoy using them. Please tweet your student solutions to @WRMathsHub for a chance to win a prize

By WRMathsHub

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A worksheet on Two Way Tables, starting off by simply filling in some half completed tables followed by inputting some information into the tables, completing them and then answering questions on fractions and percentages. The worksheets are based on animated films, apps etc. Hopefully useful for all with a suitable challenge for the more able.

By mmilne

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A selection of posters for Numeracy across the Curriculum or using Graphs and Charts (Graphicacy) across the curriculum. Display in classrooms or on boards around the school and get staff directing pupils to them if they are struggling or unsure which chart is suitable to use.

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The original resources and questions for this were all made by Mary Pepper so she gets alot of the credit!<br />
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These are GCSE Grade C exam papers specifically looking at problem solving questions.<br />
All paper 1's are the same, but Bronze has more scaffolding, silver a little bit and gold has no scaffolding at all.<br />
Use for your classes as you see fit - I intend to give everyone Bronze 1 and only if they get 70%+ they can have silver 2 etc...<br />
The aim is for them to improve up to gold.<br />
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Aim is to get your class more confident with tackling the worded/functional/problem solving GCSE questions.<br />
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I will add more in time so keep checking!!!

By Alison Banks

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A lesson which uses the context of the estimated sign, ℮, which appears next to quantities on pre-packaged goods, in order to learn how to find the estimated mean from a grouped frequency table. It also is an opportunity for practising finding percentages of amounts.<br />
<br />
Some questions on grouped data I think were taken from https://www.missbsresources.com/

By baker589

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A 2 or 3 lesson activity which combines literacy and numeracy skills with a sports theme. Pupils have to create a short radio script, commentating on 2 chosen tennis players. Player statistics are collected from the Wimbledon website and then combined with tennis vocabulary to create a realistic and interesting short broadcast. Allow one lesson of planning and data collection , one lesson for script writing and performance. Could be adapted to other sporting events.

By genesisgirl

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