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Frequency diagrams

Frequency diagrams

Set of resources meant to work as an introduction to types of data to Year 10s, it can be used with younger learners. It includes: - A smartboard (notebook) presentation. - The cut outs for the exercise book - A worksheet to practise types of data (discrete or continuous). The presentation have some boxes that will fade out when clicked on. The worksheet will serve to complete the work done during the lesson. There are differentiated activities as well and a sample of exercises from a book, including a GCSE-type question. Thanks a lot for your support.
felixcast
Probability tree generator

Probability tree generator

A dynamic and interactive probability tree structure generator. Generate questions and create the corresponding tree so students can practice interpreting questions. This is a geogebra applet so you need the application installed or I could email you the link so you can use within a web browser.
ward309
Blank Pie Charts or Fraction Circles

Blank Pie Charts or Fraction Circles

Blank circles split into six/eight or ten and blank circles with a line to be used as pie charts. Can also be used for fraction circles for weak learners. 6 per page to save on printing!
sabinab26
AVERAGES - Price of Football:  Full results 2017

AVERAGES - Price of Football: Full results 2017

Some great, up-to-date, resources for teachers teaching #Maths or #Numeracy. The annual BBC Price of Football study is the biggest of its type in Europe, gathering season and match day ticket prices from clubs across 13 divisions in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as some of the biggest leagues on the continent. This year we have analysed over 2000 ticket prices in 10 categories: cheapest and most expensive match day ticket cheapest away ticket and most expensive away ticket cheapest season ticket and most expensive season ticket young adult season ticket and match day prices. The study also looks at how much clubs in the UK charge for pies, programmes, shirts and a cup of tea.
ste_y2013
OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 12 Statistics

OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 12 Statistics

"A 20 question test on 'Statistics' in Higher GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first three columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 12.01 - Sampling: Populations and samples 12.02 - Interpreting and representing data: Categorical and numerical data; Grouped data 12.03 - Analysing data: Summary statistics; Misrepresenting data; Bivariate data; Outliers Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/."
OCR_Maths
OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Section Check In Test 12 Statistics

OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Section Check In Test 12 Statistics

"A 20 question test on 'Statistics' in Foundation GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first two columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 12.01 - Sampling: Populations and samples 12.02 - Interpreting and representing data: Categorical and numerical data 12.03 - Analysing data: Summary statistics; Misrepresenting data; Bivariate data; Outliers Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/."
OCR_Maths
Statistical Questions - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Statistical Questions - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. This product includes: • 3 links to instructional videos or texts • 2 links to practice quizzes or activities • Definitions of key terms, such as statistical questions and variability • Examples of data sets with and with out variability • Exercises that allow students to practice recognizing statistical questions • An accompanying Teaching Notes file The Teaching Notes file includes: • A review of key terminology • Links to video tutorials for students struggling with certain parts of the standard, such as thinking that any question with a numeric answer is a statistical question • Links to additional practice activities or quizzes
Wisewire
Drawing Pie Charts

Drawing Pie Charts

A powerpoint and worksheet aimed at teaching pupils how to draw a pie chart by first finding the ratio and then finding each angle. Can work for both calculator and non calculator methods.
pmyakj
Scatter Diagrams - Knowledge Organiser

Scatter Diagrams - Knowledge Organiser

One A4 page Knowledge Organiser including Need-to-Know facts, Keywords, Exam Question, MathsWatch clip numbers, Worksheet links and Curriculum Flowchart. Aimed at KS4 students. Especially for schools who are using a knowledge based curriculum.
CapeTownTeacher
Mean Average from a Frequency Table

Mean Average from a Frequency Table

Students learn how to calculate the mean average of discrete data from a frequency table. As learning progresses they compare distributions using the mean, median, mode and range values. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to calculate the mean average from grouped data. Most students should be able to compare frequency tables through the use of the mean average. Some students should be able to calculate the mean from numerical data in a bar chart
Mr_Mathematics