I create resources for mathematics teaching based on the Singapore and Shanghai curriculum models for best practice. I will focus on the core principles of Intelligent Practice, Low-Threshold High-Ceiling tasks, fluency based activities and Problem Solving and Reasoning activities.

pptx, 2.35 MB
pptx, 2.35 MB

LESSON TYPE: Investigation and Low-Threshold High Ceiling

This is a full lesson PowerPoint for KS2 children. The lesson is a Low-Threshold High-Ceiling task as defined by nRich and the University of Cambridge.

Included are some simple instructions for moving through the PowerPoint, and a main task page. From this page, students or teachers can navigate to two question ‘prompts’ for if they are stuck, and four ‘ready to’ stars, for if they need further challenge.

The lesson is designed so that all children are able to access the content at their level, with multiple examples of self and teacher directed challenge evident throughout the activity.

This lesson has been delivered during an OfSted Inspection, and received ‘Outstanding’ feedback for its focus on mastery skills, child-led learning and stretch and challenge for all students.

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