This Qwizdom has been designed to target the first 10 questions of a Foundation GCSE Paper.
It has a macro built in that will randomise the questions.
Each topic has 4-9 questions, ranging in difficulty.
-Rounding to nearest 10, 100, 1000
-Reading and writing numbers
-Fractions of amounts
-Parts of a circle
-Types of triangle
-What fraction is shaded
-Vertices, edges and faces
-Making the largest or smallest possible number
-Expanding single brackets
-Squares, Cubes and roots
-lines of Symmetry
-Angles in Triangles
In order for it to be different every time, when you open it, view the slides on slide sorter and move them about for about 30 seconds.
This will allow the random button to pick a new path every time and stop the same questions popping up.
6 PLACEMATS + ANSWERS - one placemat per week for a half term?
• When used on a weekly basis it can help build up the pupils basic skills and also their ability to apply the mathematics.
• They can be used as a starter, for a revision lesson or even a homework task.
• They are split up into the four key areas of the syllabus.
• Problem solving built into each placemat.
• An additional 'Think task' added for extension.
• Importantly all answers are also provided.
I produced this to give to Y11 pupils and their parents as exam analysis showed that lots of marks were being lost through lack of basic knowledge eg names of shapes, types of angle. I have also given it to Year 11 form tutors to display for a few minutes in form time and then quiz pupils on it. I have now added an additional version to my resources for Higher Tier students.
Over 250 cards aimed at Higher Level. These are a work in progress; and aimed at my students specifically; ie I have worded the cards how I teach the topics, it may be very non technical at times but we do review and revise these from time to time. Constructive feedback welcome- the diagrams I have tended to just copy and paste off net but links should be given in most cases. Topics also included: revision.
This is a revision activity either to be done in small groups or individually. There are the following rounds: Number, Algebra, Shape and Space, Date Handling, Using and Applying. All have 10 questions worth one point each except the Using and Applying round where there are 5 questions worth 3 points each, where workings must be given.
Displays random selection of questions covering the Algebra sections of the GCSE maths specifications. With separate selections for Foundation (over 40 question types) and Higher (over 80 question types) the sheet has questions on coordinates, Solving (linear, quadratic and simultaneous), Re-arranging, Substitution, Factorising and expanding brackets, sequences (linear & quadratic), Inequalities and algebraic fractions.
Each question has randomised numbers, creating an (almost) infinitely different set of questions with solutions.
Can be used as a lesson starter or as a worksheet generator.
Perfect for GCSE revision in the run up to the exam.
Version for Number also available separately.
Written for Pre-2017 GCSE Maths Specification (Useful still for students retaking old spec).