Nice matching activity. And thanks for reminding me that the later version of Furbles did 2 ways tables. I use the 2003 version quite a lot and my student love it. Will be using the later version in future. Thanks for charing
A lesson on completing and setting up two way tables.<br />
Interactive lesson with feedback from pupils. Football points scores were correct near the end of last season (2015). Also included are the worksheets I used for the activities.<br />
Please use and let me know what you think.
I created this lesson for a job interview, it worked well with the Yr 8 set 3 class taught, and has worked well with lower set year 8 classes since. Lesson plan included, Two-Way tables tutorial/ interactive lesson. Building up knowledge from interpreting Two-Way tables to filling in missing values on Two-way tables to finding probabilities from the tables. Card sort activity included and relay plenary for end of lesson. May need to save relay until next lesson for slower learners.
This is a complete lesson on ‘Two Way Tables’ that is suitable for GCSE Foundation and KS3 students. The lesson is designed for the new GCSE specification.<br />
The pack contains a full lesson plan, along with accompanying resources, including a student worksheet and suggested support and extension activities. <br />
Three activities to get students completing and interpreting two way tables. Including:<br />
<strong>1. Completing tables of data from given information</strong><br />
Two puzzles where students have to use a set of clues to work out all the missing information in a table. <br />
<strong>2. Interpreting tables of data</strong><br />
Students have to first work out the missing entries in a two way table and then read the information to decide if a series of statements are true or false. Includes easy fractions and percentages.<br />
<strong>3. Calculating probabilities from tables of data</strong><br />
Again students must work out the missing entries in the table, then use that information to calculate the probability of various events. <br />
Answers are included for all activities.<br />
Revision activity on Reading Scales and Converting Units of measure. Differentiated from Level 3 to 5 tasks, including 'checking understanding&' levelled SAT questions. Starter activity for sorting units into groups and talking about relationship between units.
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Two engaging activities to demonstrate and investigate inverse proportion in real life situations. Includes starters etc. There is a lesson plan, a PowerPoint and handout. There is plenty of differentiation included but it is mostly for middle / top sets (Yr9 / 10)
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Differentiated lesson going from basic concepts to problem solving and SAT questions. (groups on the whiteboard file refer to the ability tables I have in my class - more sides = higher ability) I have this on the board whilst they work so they can progress from whatever starting point they come in at ('Teacher's Toolkit': upwardly mobile)
<p>See <strong>lttmaths.com </strong>for further ideas and resources about teaching mathematics.</p>
<strong>lttmaths.com</strong> Top Trump cards depicting superheroes - their statistics correlate (e.g: height / weight or fame / salary etc.) and can be used to plot scatter graphs. I have used these by giving each pupil a hero card, then done a human scatter graph. They then created their own hero card (making sure their statistics fit the correlations shown on the graph sheets).
They could also be used for calculating averages, sampling techniques..... and playing top trumps!
N.B - original spreadsheet from another TES user.
Pokey Porcupine provides a fun way to practice math skills!<br />
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 />
Be sure to check the preview for the types of questions students will be asked to solve.<br />
The set contains:<br />
• 36 poke cards.<br />
• Instructions for assembly.<br />
• Instructions for game play.<br />
• Answer key.
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Maths booklet with 10 tasks all based around the theme of the stone age aimed at the new objectives for lower KS2. <br />
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