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MisterB's Corner

I am a maths teacher with 20+ years of teaching experience. I have been using In-Class Flip Mastery approach with my blended approach for the last 8 years. As an online content creator, I have over 200+ maths videos and online assessments, together with hundreds of worksheets and tens of activities, Please feel free to visit my website; misterbsflippedmaths.xyz for more.

I am a maths teacher with 20+ years of teaching experience. I have been using In-Class Flip Mastery approach with my blended approach for the last 8 years. As an online content creator, I have over 200+ maths videos and online assessments, together with hundreds of worksheets and tens of activities, Please feel free to visit my website; misterbsflippedmaths.xyz for more.
Timed Quiz Slides Template
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Timed Quiz Slides Template

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This is a PowerPoint presentation with timed slide templates. Add your questions and run it as a starter or a quiz in the classroom or in your Zoom sessions. Please refer to the video for creating and using a sample quiz. I also uploaded the sounds with .wav extension for the timer in case you don’t have them. You may contact me via email if you need further assistance. If you’d like to know more about Flipped Learning, and In-Class Flipped Mastery in particular, please visit my website. Thank you. Mister B
The Sultan and The Vizier
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The Sultan and The Vizier

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This is a starter to introduce indices. There is a story on the worksheet that the students read; it is about how chess is originated. Then students work on the questions at the bottom. After, say, 5 minutes, students check their answers via the presentation. It is best if the teacher discusses the answers with students while going through the answers, like "why do you think the Vizier / Sultan is right?" etc. The second slide in the presentation is for curious minds. The details are as follows: 1. The first 16 squares are the values of powers of 2, showing the number of grains that has to be placed on each square. 2. A3, the 17th square, has 65,536 grains. As approximately 50,000 grains make 1 kg, I accepted it roughly 1 kg, although it is a bit too much of a rounding. 3. Square 30 has a van of grains, square 40 has a ship of grains, and around 56-57th square, it is approximately the world's rice production in 2015. The last square should hold the amount which the world could produce in approximately 1570 years. And we haven't added these figures yet! Please do not hesitate to contact for anything. I appreciate your kind feedback. Thank you.