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Data - Constructing a frequency table - ungrouped and grouped data
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Data - Constructing a frequency table - ungrouped and grouped data

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Constructing a frequency table is my most downloaded free resource. I have updated and improved this powerpoint. Updated with data from 2020 and 2021. Now including answers. Class example what is your favourite colour Activity 1 - Data based on the 2021 European Athletics indoor Championships drawing a ungrouped frequency table. Activity 2 - Data based on the 2021 European Athletics indoor Championships drawing a grouped frequency table. Activity 3 - Activity 1 - Data based on the 2021 European Athletics indoor Championships drawing a ungrouped frequency table Activity 4 data from 2019/2020 football drawing grouped frequency tables.
Number - Decimals - Representing Tenths and Hundredths on a number line.
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Number - Decimals - Representing Tenths and Hundredths on a number line.

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Directed Number and Fractional Thinking - White Rose Maths Year 7, Spring 2, week 4 - 6 PowerPoint and Worksheet on representing Tenths and Hundredths on a number line. Starter - Ordering Decimals Activity 1 - Finding the missing numbers on a number line (Tenths and Hundredths) Activity 2 - Placing numbers on a number line (Tenths and Hundredths) place value table included designed to help support students to see the difference between digits in the Tenth and Hundredth columns. Extension task: students find the number halfway between two numbers.
Geometry - Area - Area of rectangles, triangles parallelogram and trapezium
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Geometry - Area - Area of rectangles, triangles parallelogram and trapezium

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Year 8 white rose Maths Summer 1 developing Geometry week 3 - 4 2 Powerpoints Powerpoint 1 (22 slides) Part 1 area of a rectangle and square including 4 examples and 1 slide of differentiated questions. Full answers included. Part 2 area of a triangle 3 examples 2 slides of questions. Activity 1 draw the perpendicular height option to print this slide or student to come up to an interactive whiteboard. Activity 2 differentiated area of a triangle questions including reverse area. Could be split into 2 lessons depending on the length of your lessons. Powerpoint 2 (22 slides) Part 1 area of a parallelogram 4 examples including, reverse area and converting units. 1 slide of differentiated questions . Part 2 area of a trapezium 5 examples showing where the formula comes from. 2 slides of questions and a plenary Could be split into 2 lessons depending on the length of your lessons.
Representing fractions on number lines
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Representing fractions on number lines

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White Rose Maths - Year 7 - Spring 2 - Representing Tenths and Hundredths on number lines. Powerpoint and Worksheet designed to teach students how to find missing fractions on a number line and to place fractions correctly on a number line. Starter activity - Asks students to think about different ways fractions can be represented. The teacher can use this activity to address any misconceptions students may have such as how to write a fraction as a ratio. Student complete the answers on the worksheet. Activity 2 - Discussion pairs/group to address misconceptions around fractions being equal parts. Activity 3 - Discussion pairs/Group, how many parts are in a whole. Activity 4 - Individual work, what fraction of the picture is shaded. Students complete the answers on the worksheet. Check in question - Whole class. The teacher can assess which students have understood activity 4. Activity 5 - Finding the missing numbers. Three examples on the powerpoint. Individual work on the worksheet. Activity 6 - Placing fractions on a number line. One example on the powerpoint. Individual work on the worksheet. Plenary Question - Discussion pairs/groups to address misconception around the size of the denominator and the size of the fraction.
Transformation - Rotation - KS3 KS4
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Transformation - Rotation - KS3 KS4

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Two worksheets with a total of 23 questions and solutions. Students rotate the shapes around the given points. Questions have been included in Publisher and PDF form. I have also included the questions and solutions in a powerpoint. Individual questions could be used should you wish to cover more than one transformation during the lesson Suggest lesson plan Students to receive a printed copy of worksheet 1 Teacher to print off slide 1 from the powerpoint Teacher can demonstrate with a visualiser how to rotate the shapes. Students can follow along Students to complete the rest of the questions Teacher can project solutions on to the board. Both visual solutions and co-ordinates of the image have been included so that teachers can check the work of students without approaching their desks. Individual students can be asked to read out the sets of co-ordinates in order for the teacher check the students are completing the work correctly.
Upper and Lower bounds - Calculating
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Upper and Lower bounds - Calculating

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A simple worksheet designed for practice in working out and calculating with upper and lower bounds. I have included subtraction where students need to be told UB - LB and LB - UB and also division where students need to be informed to divide the LB by the UB and UB by the LB. Answers are included as are worked solutions.
Transformations - Enlargements - Integer, fractional, negative and fractional negative
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Transformations - Enlargements - Integer, fractional, negative and fractional negative

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I created this worksheet as I could not find a suitable resource to use with my students. Designed to be used with high ability students who have not been taught (or don’t remember) being taught Enlargements. The first 8 questions practice the standard integer Enlargements. The next 4 questions are fractional Englargements. Then 4 questions on negative Enlargements. Then 4 questions on fractional negative Enlargements. The last 3 questions are a mix. Printed on 1 sheet of A4 with a boarder so could be cut down to stick into a classwork book. Personally I would use the first of the 4 questions as an example.
Starter / Revision / Home learning / cover work Poetry
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Starter / Revision / Home learning / cover work Poetry

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Exploring the song ‘Long Story Short’ by Taylor Swift Possible uses starter activity – Get students thinking about why a poet/author may have used certain language, what message they are trying to convey. Revision – Poetry revision activity to check if students are applying the skills they have been taught. Home-learning – A fun home-learning activity Cover work