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Edexcel S1 Revision clock

Edexcel S1 Revision clock

This is a revision activity for Edexcel S1 based on the ideas shared on Jo Morgan's brilliant website http://www.resourceaholic.com/. This was originally shared here http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/10/18/keeping-time/. This activity could be used to help improve students' timing by giving them 5 minutes for each of the 12 questions, to improve memory, or simply to produce a visual revision resource. Each student should be given an A3 copy of the clock with a set of questions. Answers are provided.

By Japleen Kaur

Statistics: (S1) Coding or making the variance or mean easier (+ rule sheet)

Statistics: (S1) Coding or making the variance or mean easier (+ rule sheet)

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.

By ajf43

Statistics: (S2) Linear Adjustments / Combinations  - 4 Lessons + Handout

Statistics: (S2) Linear Adjustments / Combinations - 4 Lessons + Handout

This teaching PowerPoint contains 4 whole lessons! Lesson 1: Linear adjustment of random variables Lesson 2: Linear Combinations of random variables Lesson 3: Linear combinations for normal distributions Lesson 4: Linear combinations for Poisson distributions + Rule sheet HANDOUT These 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.

By ajf43

Worksheets and Videos: Statististics

Worksheets and Videos: Statististics

This set of worksheets are from my AP statistics lesson collection. I teach AP statistics for junior and senior high school students in BHS. I use these worksheets to help my students in answering problems involving descriptive and inferential statistics. For more downloadable statistics worksheet you can visit www.numberbender.com

By Numberbender

Baby Weights

Baby Weights

Using Autograph Mathematics to answer a statistical question about how probable a large baby is.

By AutographMaths

Autograph Video 40 - Biased Dice & Balls in a Bag

Autograph Video 40 - Biased Dice & Balls in a Bag

A video tutorial covering biased dice and probability. Ideal for KS3, GCSE and A Level maths. The 40th in Mr Barton's Autograph Video tutorial series. This week we take a look at how Autograph can be used to introduce students to the concept of experimental probability. You can very quickly set up a probability distribution function of your choice (fair dice, biased dice, numbered balls in a bag, you name it!), take samples of varying sizes, and create diagrams from the data.

By MrBartonMaths