5 sets of Mind the Gaps.
Mind the Gap - identify areas of weakness in your pupils knowledge, then address them in daily starters, form time or revision. Same skills for 5 lessons watching pupils get more confident and gain those extra marks needed.
Essential GCSE revision.
Essential to ensure pupils feel confident in topics coming up time and time again in the new curriculum papers.
1. 5 sets of PPT slides each with 17 of the same style problems.
2.Improvement of key skills in the exam, these were areas that my pupils fell down on in the most recent exam. I have created 5 PPT, each with the same style questions for paper 1, non calculator ranging from 1 mark each to 5 marks per question. Each set of questions comes with solutions and instructions on how to use.
Fantastic resource to improve pupil’s skills on areas of the foundation GCSE and see them picking up these easy marks.
3. 5 sets of solutions.
4. Instructions given on each PPT.
Topics covered within this mind the gap:
Ordering integers, ordering decimals, FDP, rounding, odd numbers, money problems, estimation worded problems, best buy problems involving area, algebraic proof, mean, mode and median from a table, algebra and shape, Venn Diagrams and ratio.
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Idea behind task;
To develop exam skills around different strands of the curriculum.
To address gaps in student’s knowledge in preparation for the exam.
Ensure pupils are not losing key marks that come up on every exam. Progress seen by lesson number 5 (42 marks in this exam).
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