## Probability tree diagrams with three branches

Video tutorial on how to solve problems involving probability tree diagrams with three branches. This video shows how to construct a tree diagram and then multiply along the branches to find the chance of a an event in context happening

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#### Probability Tree Diagrams made easy

Video tutorial on Probability and probability tree diagrams.
How to construct probability tree diagrams easily to determine the probability of two successive tosses of a (biased) coin. This video looks at independent events.

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#### Probability Tree diagrams

Video tutorial on how to use a probability tree diagram to solve problems involving picking two people out from a group. It also shows how to calculate the expected number of people given a certain probability.

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#### Junior Math. Time Telling - Visuals and Activities

I originally produced this resource to help my own children learn to tell the time. It has since been used extensively to support teaching time telling to children aged between 5 and 10 years of age.<br />
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This Math resource provides clear visuals and activities to support children in the development of time telling skills. The aim is to encourage children to take a hands on approach and enjoy learning to tell the time.<br />
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#### 'Class win or fail' revision game. Suitable for everything!!

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This is a creative and engaging game. <br />
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There are 15 timed questions - they are all linked to the main slide. <br />
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The purpose - if the class get 12 or more correct, they win the reward. If they get less than 12, they get the punishment!<br />
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Be careful - each questions has a countdown timer!<br />
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This is adaptable to any subject, for any age by simply over-typing the questions. <br />
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#### Math Revision - any topic - Information hunt, consolidation and application, its fun

Thank you for taking the time to view my premium resource. It is designed to provide you with a lesson in which pupil’s progress, the lessons follow a pathway; prepare for learning, lesson objectives, present new information, construct on that information, apply and demonstrate, review and consolidate.<br />
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This revision lesson can be applied to any subject and any topic which makes it so powerful. Because of this the teacher will have to prepare 9 information slides each with 3 pieces of information relating to the chosen topic. I have added a set of slides from halogen (chemistry) revision as a template. This took me 10 mins to produce and I am not a chemist.<br />
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Lesson Overview<br />
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Why revision is important – simple question but gets them thinking<br />
30 second dash memory game – information hunt<br />
Rank the information in order of importance – construct meaning from information <br />
Group paragraph maker – apply knowledge – 6 mark question practice<br />
You’re the examiner – groups make up exam questions<br />
The test – groups pitch their questions against each other<br />
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Homework Make revision poster – spider diagram on topic<br />
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#### Numeracy vocabulary table top and starter pack

Display the numeracy vocabulary as a table top resource to increase Numeracy independence<br />
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#### Oxford A Level Maths 2017 - Formulae Poster (PDF)

Free double-sided A Level Maths poster. Use one side on your classroom wall to excite your students about where A Level Maths could lead them, and the other to help them remember essential A Level formulae for their exams.

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This was an activity I prepared for my year 12 maths group. This smartboard presentation contains a series of expansions taken from previous past papers. They start off by categorising the expansions into different groups of their choosing, they discuss this in pairs (it may well be something as simple as there is a '1' inside the bracket). Feedback moment. Then continue deciding which formula they wish to use for each category...I should have saved this one for an observation moment! They worked on mini-whiteboards and I took photos of their work and send it via email. Very productive lesson. Enjoy and please rate this resource!

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Free double-sided A Level Maths poster. Use one side on your classroom wall to excite your students about where A Level Maths could lead them, and the other to help them remember essential A Level formulae for their exams.

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#### Junior Math. Time Telling - Visuals and Activities

I originally produced this resource to help my own children learn to tell the time. It has since been used extensively to support teaching time telling to children aged between 5 and 10 years of age.<br />
<br />
This Math resource provides clear visuals and activities to support children in the development of time telling skills. The aim is to encourage children to take a hands on approach and enjoy learning to tell the time.<br />
<br />
Slides are provided in three different formats; full colour, black and white photocopiable and tinted dyslexia friendly.<br />
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#### C2 Binomial Expansion - revision activity (Edexcel)

This was an activity I prepared for my year 12 maths group. This smartboard presentation contains a series of expansions taken from previous past papers. They start off by categorising the expansions into different groups of their choosing, they discuss this in pairs (it may well be something as simple as there is a '1' inside the bracket). Feedback moment. Then continue deciding which formula they wish to use for each category...I should have saved this one for an observation moment! They worked on mini-whiteboards and I took photos of their work and send it via email. Very productive lesson. Enjoy and please rate this resource!

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#### FP3 Differentiation

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