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Resources and ideas for mathematics, advanced statistics, advanced measures of variation, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Sale#### All my resources

Doles exactly what it says on the tin. Everything I have ever uploaded in one place

Here is my power point trying to structure questions for S1 from past papers. I have split the paper into 5 sections and tried to group questions together. All solutions are given at a click. For use by giving to pupils and leaving them to it, or working through topics as a class. Every question from 2006-present. Also works extremely well on iPads.

18 resources, including lessons, worksheets and cart sorts. All suitable for the new 1-9 GCSE.
Includes a No Pens Day Wednesday lesson and resource, which is great for promoting literacy and oracy.

8 questions on standard deviation. The first two questions include the table for ease. The last question is a comparison between standard deviation and the mean.

Sale#### Data Handling Resource Bundle

A collection of fairly random data handling resources for students from 11-18. (Plus a couple of resources that are free and I think are worth a look)

Mathematics Statistics 1 LessonsThis is a set of lessons for S1 Statistics 1 A level Mathematics. The resources includes Powerpoints.Powerpoint include:Learning objectivesQuestions on the topicImportant information written in red boxes to scaffold learning. Topics:IntroductionAveragesMeasures of SpreadCorrelationRegression ProbabilityBinomialNormal TheoryConfidence Interval Revision PoissonI hope you enjoy these lessons, they can be used in the following ways:To deliver a course with reduced planning but not reducing quality of the lesson.As a basis for an observation lesson to save time preparing resources.To give to students for out of lesson learning.To support teachers who are new to this topic, again to reduce planning time.As a bases for your own lessons where you can include exam questions to each presentation.As an activity where the questions can be printed and cut out.

Intro to mean and standard deviation
Terminology and symbols used

Designed to teach all the main aspects of the S1 statistics course. Designed for the Edexcel syllabus, but suitable for all different S1 syllabus's.
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Presentation that shows students how to find the mean and standard deviation of a data set. Comes complete with a selection of questions and answers

GCSE Statistics:Three worksheets on:1) Comparing time series graphs and then plotting.2) Calculating moving averages and plotting. 3) Calculating the mean seasonal variation.Peer assessment task on comparing time series graphs (GCSE exam question)

Statistics 1 Further Pure 1

Sale#### Introduction to Standard Deviation

Guess the age of a celebrity then compare against the real age. Then use class data to develop the idea of standard deviation.

Power Point presentation, 7 slides, Explaining how to calculate the cumulative frequency, draw the cumulative frequency graph and use it to estimate te median quatiles and IQR , based on IB Standard Level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlZTlYRUN3dmhxZFk/view?usp=sharing

A simple but very clever way to introduce standard deviation. Students thoroughly understand the purpose and how to use standard deviation being taught with this resource. Pair it with a few extra questions from a textbook to make a full lesson.

This is a whole lesson to teach the basics of what the standard deviation is and how to calculate it. It comes with a starter, key words, a link to a video, some examples, some key questions and plenary. This is suitable for both S1 at A-Level or KS5, but also excellent for those studying Statistics GCSE. This does NOT go into areas like the normal distribution and some other applications of finding the standard deviation, this is just the first lesson on basically learning what it is and how to find it. It is a good PowerPoint lesson for those doing GCSE Statistics or A-Level Statistics. I have also included a basic excel calculator thing I created to help me find answers quickly and this also could be something to do with the pupils as a lesson?!NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

Power Point presentation, 7 slides, Explaining what is variance and standard deviation, and their advantages. Use examples to explain how to calculate them , based on IB Standard Level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlZFdDMldqeTFOajA/view?usp=sharing

A 12 page presentation that reminds learners about Mean, Median, Mode and range including mean from a frequency table. It also introduces standard deviation and variance and then leads on to linear scaling. The presentation also comes complete with questions and answers.The presentation can be used by A level students or higher GCSE studentsSMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

Collect and utilize multiple samples of data to make generalizations about a population. Attention should be paid to variations in the samples Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP. Editable version included.Objectives:- Make inferences based on of multiple random samples- Answer questions regarding populations and sampling- Determine total population based on samples- Make predictions regarding total populations- Describe a model for sampling dependent on populationIncludes 6 practice pages and answer keys.Aligned with NCCS Math - 7.SP.2Visit commoncoremath.net for additional help.

Identify data landmarks such as mean, median, M.A.D. and interquartile range using a variety of data sets. Make informal comparison of data sets focusing on variability and overlap. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP. Editable version included.Objectives:- Identify data landmarks in a variety of data sets- Measure variability within and across data sets- Recognize variability across two data sets- Understand median is related to interquartile range and mean with M.A.D. Includes 6 practice pages and answer keys.Aligned with NCCS Math - 7.SP.2Visit commoncoremath.net for additional help.

Draw inferences from two data sets by using measures of center and variability. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP. Editable version included.Objectives:- Compare two sets of data using center (median and mean)- Compare two sets of data using variability (MAD and IQR)- Analyze and draw inferences across two data setsIncludes 6 practice pages and answer keys.Aligned with NCCS Math - 7.SP.4Visit commoncoremath.net for additional help.

This is a whole lesson on interpolation. It is not the most extensive PowerPoint I have ever produced, but it does have a starter activity, that links into why use interpolation and what it is for and then a simple, but clear example of how to use interpolation to work out the median. A further activity linking back understanding to the starter and a couple of key question to check understanding. For further practice I have been using past exam questions on this topic and one has been included in the PowerPoint.NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

This presentation contains a whole lesson! Specifically this lesson is for teaching ... what a regression line is, to understand its links to real life situations (excellent clear teaching slides and examples) and calculating a regression line for a given set, including using coding. I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lesson, from beginning to end, including a starter and plenary, lesson objectives, examples etc... I have found both this PPT to be a very effective way of getting ALL pupils to understand regression lines and be able to calculate them as well as understand coding. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

This is a whole lesson, which includes teaching slides, as well as activities for ALL pupils to engage with the process of going from a probability distribution to learning why and how to find the expectation and variance.

This is a PowerPoint (lesson two) to go with the previous PowerPoint on expectation and variance to build on looking at how to link the variance and expectation for binomial distributions. The PowerPoint mainly looks at building on understanding and why the formula's work and how to use it.

This is a teaching resource to help pupils understand coding and the basics of linear adjustments/combinations and how to calculate back and forward from the original data to the coded data. It comes with a good starter, a look at re-arranging and then why coding is used and how it is used. Links to past exam questions, however, it does not come with lots of questions as at that point of practice, I use our S1 textbook. Also a rule sheet handout!NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

This is normally a lesson that I do over one double period (1.5 hours). Recently UPDATED!!I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lessons, from beginning to end. It comes with a starter (quick look back at scatter diagrams) and then onto what the PMCC is finding and why it is important. A look at the different ways to calculate the formula (same as for the variance) with a working example for the pupils to go through. I have also attached a Edexcel spreadsheet to go through the table with the pupils. The PPT does include additional questions, because Ex. 6B in the S1 course companion is excellent on this chapter. If you do however need some questions, I have included as well some past exam questions that you can use instead. I often use this for HWK. NOTE: Feel free to visit my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and please rate and feedback on any purchases. thanks.

Worksheet of questions on finding the variance and standard deviation

Lesson on time series, moving averages. Including centred averages as well.Smart notebook file

This teaching PowerPoint contains 4 whole lessons!Lesson 1: Linear adjustment of random variablesLesson 2: Linear Combinations of random variablesLesson 3: Linear combinations for normal distributionsLesson 4: Linear combinations for Poisson distributions+ Rule sheet HANDOUTThese lessons are very structured, with clear lesson objectives, clear examples and small activities to build understanding of what linear adjustments/combinations do and why the rules are the way they are. The lessons do link to a textbook that I use, however, for copyright reasons I can not publish these exercises, but this is easily substituted for another textbook that you use to accompany your course. I have found these PowerPoints to be very effective in teaching this topic. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

Cut out slips of papers and hand to students. Students work out the mean,mode,median,IQR and standard deviation.The person who has the highest value in each category wins.No-one should win twice!Answers highlighted in red