# Juliecarter's Shop

I have been teaching maths on and off since the early 90s ( that makes me old!) I am putting together resources that will add the pupils in their understanding of mainly Maths, whilst taking some of the stress away from you. There will be a range of resource available

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I have been teaching maths on and off since the early 90s ( that makes me old!) I am putting together resources that will add the pupils in their understanding of mainly Maths, whilst taking some of the stress away from you. There will be a range of resource available

#### transformation and construction revision mat

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This is the last in the series of mats i have put together to encourage independent revision and self help for year 11 pupils. I have tried to cover everything in both higher and foundation courses. The parts you don’t need can just be crossed off. This resource can also be used as a self testing knowledge organiser which can be used for low stake testing in the classroom

#### Phse lesson on voting and democracy

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This is a whole 1 hour lesson with lesson plan and associated resources to deliver a one hour lesson on why we should vote and the implication of not voting. There are opportunities for discuss on the suffragette movement, empowering girls and why people in new democracies queue etc. The parties and policies used aren’t linked in any way to a political party.

#### shape and measure revision mat

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This mat has been put together for both higher and foundation candidates. It can be used as a revision mat encouraging pupils to use it as a go to when practicing exam questions and techniques. It can also be used to help pupils learn the key information needed at GCSE level. It can be used for low stake testing.

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This is a series of three lessons I put together for an end of term project for year 8 (but is accessible for all) about how data can be skewed to meet the needs of its owner, and how to question images that are being presented. It also includes a lesson on how big the ‘lie’ can be, as well as looking at the difference between correlation and causation. The is also work on why we have three averages and when we use which one. It finishes with a link to a site about spurious data.

#### number revision mat

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This is just about everything needed for number. It can be used with both higher and foundation pupils. The higher sections can just be crossed out. It can be used as both a knowledge organiser and a revision mat in preparation for both mocks and final exams.

#### Data revision or knowledge organiser

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This is a revision mat or knowledge organiser that covers everything data wise. I have tried to keep definitions on one side and how to use on the other. It covers both higher and foundation. The parts you don’t need can just be struck through. It can be used as a revision source to encourage independent exam practise as well as is knowledge organiser leading to low stakes testing.

#### revision mat for algebra

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This mat is all about algebra and everything both higher and foundation candidates need to know and practice. The parts that are only relevant for the higher candidates can be crossed out so that the foundation ones don’t get worried! It can be used as a knowledge organiser where low stake testing can be done, ( get pupils to learn one small piece and then test them by hiding some of the information and asking them to fill it in). Or as a table mat when practising exam based questions.

#### 4 revision mats in one

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This does what it says in the title. All four strands are cover in this one document. It is all the other mats i have made combined into one document. It is suitable for both higher and foundation pupils. It can also be used to help pupils in KS3 learn the basic fundementals that always seem to let pupils down. These mas can be used for lower stake testing making sure that everyone has grasped the basic concepts to enable then to answer more questions with greater complexity with increased confidence.