Introduction to drawing piecharts - also suitable for weaker key stage 4 students. Left the table at the end blank so can be filled in by class - may need to fiddle the total according to ability of class.
This is a very smart presentation on how to draw a pie chart, the focus is on teaching for understanding and getting the students to really understand the process. The lesson involves a lot of questionning which is nice. Depending on the ability of the group another worked example may have been helpful but this can always be added in. The powerpoint finishes with a few examples but there are no solutions on the powerpoint so these would need to be added in or completed on the whiteboard. Thank you for sharing.
I used this for an observed lesson and I received good feedback - the children enjoyed it too! I can't take all the credit for the resources as the PPTs aren&'t mine but I found them incredibly useful! Thought I could post the whole lesson together with resources and someone might find it useful :-)
Complete lesson with 1 hour PowerPoint and additional worksheets (as well as other complete package lessons from this unit) are also available at my shop. All follow consistent format and style, differentiated to at least 3 levels and designed to meet Ofsted ‘Good’ or above.
Needed something like this for my for mixed ability group (yr 7) - enable them to grasp the concept of balancing when solving equations. Have also included the flow diagram method. Hope you find this useful.
A carousel activity with answers and hints. Tasks are placed around the room - students are given about 7 minutes per table, moving to the next task after they have checked their answers. Some questions have hints to help students to solve the question before moving onto the answer. Topics covered: multiplicative reasoning, index laws, standard form, algebraic proof, averages and frequency polygon from continuous data, nth term, surd problems. All the problems are supposed to be non calc. I printed one copy of each task for each student.
The second carousel tasks include both calc and non calc (specified). The second carousel contains: factorising, direct proportion (simple), solving equations, percentages using the multiplier method, reverse percentages, percentage change, using formulae.
A lesson that allows students to discover the theorems for themselves. The presentation includes two circles for each theorem for students to measure angles and deduce the theorems. The lesson begins with the students attempting to work out the unknown angles on the worksheet. After each discovery, students then return to the worksheet and calculate the unknown angle with their new knowledge, therefore showing progress all the way through the lesson. Hints are also given on the ppt. Students are then given the theorems sheet to complete the sentence with their own words, further demonstrating their learning. They can then be shown the next slide and add to their own descriptions. Questions included for homework for the first three theorems only. Used this lesson for a year 9 class who really enjoyed the lesson. Print off the slides with circles 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a and 3b for students.
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This Maths pack includes a range of data investigations for different ability groups. This is a great Statistics lesson. Each group of children is given a question to answer. They will think about how they can collect and record their data before presenting it in different ways using bar charts, pictograms, line graphs etc. The questions are included as well as explanations of each activity. I have also included tally chart templates for the lower ability groups.
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