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Maths Classroom Display - Bundle of 25 Posters

Maths Classroom Display - Bundle of 25 Posters

This is an excellent bundle of posters to reinforce learning and to create the right environment within the Mathematics classroom. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.
ajf43
Probability Speed Dating

Probability Speed Dating

Two short activities to be run in a speed dating/quiz quiz trade style. Set one is on basic probability terminology and a bit of notation, whilst set two is a little more complex and involves questions which students have to calculate answers for. Can be easily split up to fit both into a single lesson, or use each as an introduction to separate lessons to get students a bit more active and engaged in learning. Simply print off each set and cut them out so each slip has a question and its corresponding answer on it (for a big class, this may mean having multiples of each question). Students approach one another and take it in turns to ask their question and give the other time to think. Once questions and answers have been shared and discussed, students swap questions and move on to another person. Due to the low number of questions, students may end up hearing and travelling with the same question on a few occasions, which helps with retention of the answer and gives them a chance to hear how other people may define or calculate answers. At the end of the time limit (I gave my A-Level group 5 minutes for the first section and 10 for the second as they are a group of only 7 students - for a bigger group, more time may be advisable to help students get a bigger spread of questions), collect in the slips and ask students to copy down all the information they can remember, in as much detail as they can. All answers can then be discussed on the board and students can fill in any gaps they had. I hope this help and I hope it gets your students involved in the process of learning... just avoid doing this first thing in the morning, as my 6th Form students had apparently come in still half asleep. :)
AlexPanebianco
Simple Probablity Game

Simple Probablity Game

A simple game that will act as a Starter/Plenary/Revision/Link lesson Game for Statistics and Probability. Put class into two groups. Calculators optional.
martinpk
Start of year Maths pack

Start of year Maths pack

mixture of lessons and topics to start the year off in KS3 Maths including ratios, fractions, brackets, angles and straight lines
commuter
Sets and Venn Diagrams tests

Sets and Venn Diagrams tests

A couple of tests on sets and Venn diagrams. One is more difficult than the other. Tests are designed to last full lessons. Answers provided.
jaking3
Mutually exclusive events

Mutually exclusive events

This lesson is for KS4 students. It introduces the concept of mutually exclusive events. Worked solutions to the worksheet are included.
cbarclay99
Missing Probabilities and Exhaustive Events

Missing Probabilities and Exhaustive Events

This lesson is for KS4 students. The lesson revises finding missing probabilities and takes students into the concept of exhaustive and non-exhaustive events. Worked solutions to the worksheet are included.
cbarclay99
Adding and Multiplying Probabilities

Adding and Multiplying Probabilities

This lesson is for KS4 students. It follows on from 'Listing Outcomes'. Students learn whether to add or multiply probabilities. Worked solutions to the worksheet are included.
cbarclay99
Listing Outcomes

Listing Outcomes

This lesson teaches KS4 students to list possible outcomes. Worked solutions to the worksheet are included.
cbarclay99