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Edexcel GCSE Maths higher Self Assessment afl
Steele.heidi

Edexcel GCSE Maths higher Self Assessment afl

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This is a form for pupils to use to show progress through a module including grades for each skill. This is for use with the new 2010 GCSE from Edexcel. They can be use to track progress through the module or as a revision aid when it comes to pupils revising. The simply tick which face applies to them. The smily face mean they as confident with this skill. The middle face means they are ok with this skill but may need a little more practice and the sad face means they are unsure on this skill and need to revise it or ask a teacher for help.
Edexcel GCSE Maths Foundation Self Assessment afl
Steele.heidi

Edexcel GCSE Maths Foundation Self Assessment afl

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This is a form for pupils to use to show progress through a module including grades for each skill. This is for use with the new 2010 GCSE from Edexcel. They can be use to track progress through the module or as a revision aid when it comes to pupils revising. The simply tick which face applies to them. The smily face mean they as confident with this skill. The middle face means they are ok with this skill but may need a little more practice and the sad face means they are unsure on this skill and need to revise it or ask a teacher for help.
Maths Higher Thinking Questions
Steele.heidi

Maths Higher Thinking Questions

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These are generic higher thinking questions, based on the last 3 step of Bloom's taxonomy. Each box has 3 questions, one question on Analysis, Synthesise and Evaluation. Ways I have used this: - Give all 3 questions after mock exams. Different sets of the 3 questions to different pupils. - Cut out each question and during revision lesson when pupils are completing exam questions, use them as starters/plenaries/extension task. Let me know if you use them in a different way.
Stuck on an Exam Question Help Sheet
Steele.heidi

Stuck on an Exam Question Help Sheet

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I created the worksheet to help pupils gain some marks in an A Level paper when they don't even know where to start. Some boxes can be left blank. They can be done in any order, though there are arrows to help. I even use the sheet as I go through exam questions on the board so pupils can hear my thinking process to a question. Let me know if you find it useful or can make some improvements, as I've only been using it a few months.
Past Paper Self-Analysis
Steele.heidi

Past Paper Self-Analysis

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I give this to pupils once they get back a marked exam paper or test. It is based on metacognition and trying to get pupils to think why certain topics are going better then other. They can use this to identify their weakness and set targets accordingly.
AQA alevel Maths Self Assessment afl
Steele.heidi

AQA alevel Maths Self Assessment afl

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These are useful revision aids for A level maths. Current I have done Core 1, Core 2, Core 3, Core 4, Statistics 1 & 2, Mechanics 1, 2, 3 & 4 and Decision 1 & 2. Pupils can use this through out the course to track their progress or before an exam to track what topics they need to revise. This is taken from the AQA specification just put into a more useful layout.
Further Pure 3 (AQA) Blockbuster Revision Quiz
Steele.heidi

Further Pure 3 (AQA) Blockbuster Revision Quiz

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Create this quiz using a template off another teacher. All the answers are in the notes section for each slide and the instruction for using the PowerPoint are on the 1st slide. There is some question just on integration but my class were struggling to know which technique to use and when. Some question come from the MEI exam papers but this is because my pupils had done most the of the past papers so needed something new. Enjoy!