#### A-level (Post 16) Statistics Revision Worksheets

These worksheets are useful revision aids that include mixed questions to different a-level statistic topics.
Solution sheets are provided.

Resources and ideas for mathematics, advanced statistics, permutations and combinations, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

These worksheets are useful revision aids that include mixed questions to different a-level statistic topics.
Solution sheets are provided.

Sale#### Probability -Combinations and Permutations -40 Task Cards-Grade 7-8

This collection of task cards and included quiz will help build understanding probability and fluency in answering questions about combinations and permutations. There are 40 task cards, an answer key, a quiz to check mastery and directions for scoot if you're looking for an alternate approach. Task cards can be used in centers, stations, group remediation, whole class review, and other ways you find to give your students extra practice.

Really a Sixth Form S1 lesson on Venn Diagrams with supporting questions and note sheet but the basic principle of Venn Diagrams and the lesson could be watered down for lower school work.

Sale#### Statistics: Complete data handling BUNDLE, perfect for KS3 and KS4 and IGCSE

This is a bundle of 22 lessons approximately on the area of data handling or statistics... it includes everything to cover the syllabus at KS3/4 levels, except SETS and BAR CHARTS, because it would NOT allow me to add anymore files!! However, both can be bought separately!! Sets is available in a bundle as well...!!
ALL lessons come with starters, plenaries, worksheet, answers, learning objectives, key words etc... everything you need to teach the different topics!!
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Sale#### Statistics: Complete (S1) Bundle - designed for Edexcel, but suitable for all S1 courses

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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Starter to check understanding of parts of Venn diagram. Mystery activity in which students use clues to annotate Venn diagram and use it to calculate a probability - works best when cards are cut up in advance. The nrich challenge can be used as an extension activity.

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Sale#### Statistics: Probability BUNDLE (6 lessons) perfect for KS3/KS4

All lessons include starters, activities, worksheets, answers, lesson objectives etc... everything you need !!
Lesson 1 - Probability Scale
Lesson 2/3 - Theoretical Probability (2 Lessons)
Lesson 4 - Relative Frequency
Lesson 5 - Monopoly Lesson (Function/Fun Lesson)
Lesson 6 - Tree Diagrams (with and without replacement)
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2 Worksheets on drawing/reading Venn diagrams with increasing difficulty

Revision sheet for AQA Statistics 3. Could be printed out A4 to use as a revision aide-memiore or A3 to use as a poster.

Revision sheet for OCR MEI Statistics 1. Could be printed out A4 to use as a revision aide-memiore or A3 to use as a poster.

This is a WHOLE lesson on tree diagrams, looking at examples of replacement and non replacement and one example of conditional probability. This lesson in particular has very good teaching slides. A couple of a-level questions with answers. Lesson objectives, plenary, key words and starter also included. This PPT is suitable for GCSE and A-Level standards. It touches/introduces slightly the concept of conditional probability, but lesson two will look more at conditional probability in more detail, which is purely a-level.This is also great for GCSE Statistics. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and if you do purchase then as usual please rate and feedback, thanks.

This activity worked really well; the idea is that one half of the class will answer question A, and the other question B. Students with question A will then 'speed date' and explain their question to students with question B (approx. 3-5 mins). The 'dating buzzer' rings and B students move onto their next date. This process is repeated; after students swap over, B explains and A dates. The students really enjoyed to opportunity to explore different methods to solve a problem, to listen to others and review one another's solutions. Overall the activity got positive feedback from the students.

Another great lesson from Lisa McNulty.

This is an 8 page booklet which takes the pupils through the maths of calculating the number of ways an Enigma machine can be set up, using both permutations (the order of the rotors does matter) and combinations, where the order in which the plug board is set up doesn't matter.The first two pages lead the pupils through the various calculations leading to the answer of approximately 158 million billion ways or 158,962,555,217,826,360,000 ways to be precise!The remaining six pages explain the difference between permutations and combinations.

This is a continued learning activity which affords good grounding for learners pertaining to statistics, get your learners thinking in a more comprehensive fashion.

Sale#### How to teach statistics easier

This presentation gives a progression in introducing statistics in a more simplistic form to your learners. Effectively used could see your learners excellence revealed.

This Maths A Level lesson uses permutation and the factorial notation with examples from the national lottery. Also including a class activity to design their own lottery.

Questions require students to draw the venn diagrams and use them to calculate probabilities.

This presentation contains 3 whole lessons, depending on the amount of time you have per lesson for A-Level! Specifically these lessons are for teaching ... permutations and combinations; the differences between the two, looking at where the formulas come from and some of the various exceptions/ exam style questions that make you think more !!I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lessons, from beginning to end, including starters and a plenaries, a look at the lottery and my infamous pizza challenge !! I have found both these PPT's to be a very effective way of getting ALL pupils to understand the difference between combinations and permutations and that questions are never that straight forward and that it is a topic that requires a decent degree of thinking !!NOTE: Feel free to visit my shop for many other excellent free and premium resources and please rate and feedback as that is really helpful, thanks.

This is a PowerPoint I made for my Year 11s. It's hard to know what to call it really - the Pearson revision guide makes no reference to arrangements or permutations but this is basically what the questions in the sample assessments and mock seem to be leaning towards, albeit at a pretty basic level, so this doesn't include any repetitions or really go into the content you'd find on some S1 syllabuses. I've also included the joke codebreaker I made for my Year 11s for this topic. The joke should be "When is the best time to visit your dentist? Two thirty."

Summary of OCR Statistics 1 module.Could be printed back to back as an aide-memiore, or single sided for display.

Hypothesis testing worked examples worksheet.

The questions can be stuck on the classroom walls at random. pupils can start at any question and when they find the answer to the chosen question then they can go to the question which the answer is written on the top left hand side of the sheet. If they are successful in answering all the questions correctly, they finish with the question which they have started with.Other topics covered: Revision

A worksheet of questions with answers on conditional probability

Activities to help learners of secondary mathematics to discuss and clarify some common misconceptions about probability including the concepts of equally likely events, randomness and sample sizes. This is part of the 'Mostly statistics' set of materials from Standards unit: Improving learning in mathematics.

A set of games which can be used to illustrate the importance of probability.

I have used this quiz at the end of my lessons on the Binomial Distribution. I gave a copy of the quiz to each student, I split them into teams and asked randomly the questions on the sheet. Each team would get different points based on the difficulty of the question.
The students enjoyed the activity a lot. If you run out of time, tell them to complete all the questions as homework.