## 24 April 2014

### 24 April, S3 - Year 7A Flipped

Title: Challenge Question Learning Targets Beginning Developing Mastering Resources Beginning Developing Mastering Book Review Homework

### 24 April, S3 - Year 7A*

Title: Build a box
Challenge Questions
When do you know you have the correct answer?
Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to calculate the volume of different size boxes.
Developing
To investigate how to find the maximum volume of a box.
Mastering
To be able to explain the method for number problems using trial and improvement.

Resources

Lesson 2

### 24 April, S2 - Year 11 (E) (Mock)*

Title: Assessment (Mock)
Learning Targets
To use the assessment to gain a greater understanding of the topics you need to revise.

Resources
OCR June 2013

Homework

## 23 April 2014

### 23 April, S1 - Year 7A*

Title: Build a box
Challenge Questions
When do you know you have the correct answer?
Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to calculate the volume of different size boxes.
Developing
To investigate how to find the maximum volume of a box.
Mastering
To be able to explain the method for number problems using trial and improvement.

Resources

Lesson 2

## 22 April 2014

### 22 April, S2 - Year 8A*

Challenge Questions
Can you describe your method for adding, subtracting and multiplying larger numbers?
Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to explain how to add or subtract numbers with up to 4 digits.
Developing
To be able to explain how to multiply a 3 digit number by a 2 digit number without using a calculator.
Mastering
To be able to calculate using division.

Resources

Beginning
Today we are going to remind ourself of the basic skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division without a calculator (you can use a calculator to check your answers).

As always work through the questions at your own speed.

Ten Ticks - 4, 1, page 15 & 18

Column Subtraction
Ten Ticks - 4, 1, page 16 & 19

Cross Word Puzzle from Ten Ticks 4, 1, page 23

Ten Ticks - 4, 1, page 6

CIMT

Developing

There are many different methods for going multiplication. It does not matter which method you use, as long as you get the correct answer.

Watch the video on MB Numeracy if you are unsure how to multiply.

### 22 April, S1 - Year 10 (P/Cover)*

Title: Probability
Challenge Question
What is the probability of picking a red counter from a bag if you know the probability of not picking it is 0.65?

Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to calculate the probability of outcomes of single events and understand that the probability scale runs from 0 to 1.

Developing
To be able to calculate the probability of an event happening when you know the probability that the event doesn’t happen and knowing when you cannot use this rule.

Mastering
To be able to calculate all the outcomes of two independent events (such as tossing a coin & throwing a dice) and calculate probabilities from lists or tables

Resources

Starter
Start the lesson by watching this video and then Introduction to Probability and then work through the questions below.

Beginning
Simple probability examples:

Stick on Maths - Probability (open in Keynote)

Developing

## 04 April 2014

### 4 April, S1 - Year 8A*

Book Review

(print)

Lesson
Title: Target Setting

Challenge Question
What did you what to get from these sessions?
Learning Targets
Beginning
To have an understanding of what we are planning to cover over the next nine weeks.
Developing
To start to understand your strengths and weaknesses.
Mastering
To have an action plan for improving your numeracy skills.

Resources
Starter
To warm up this sessions we will be completed this times table puzzle.
Times Table Tarsia

Pre-Course Test
So that we can all assess our mathematical strengths and weaknesses we will complete this pre-course assessment

Challenge
One of our major focuses over the next few weeks will be improving our knowledge of the times tables. The plan is to complete this worksheet every Saturday morning until we can complete the worksheet in the minimum possible time. Times Table Challenge

The focus of todays session will be on addition and subtraction.

Starting with addition and subtracting on small numbers - practise using the pyramids and magic squares. Note that addition and subtraction are opposites.
Pyramids (Print)
Magic Squares (Print)

Now use whiteboards to remind of the method column addition. Worksheet to support as required.

Quickly move onto column subtraction.
Subtraction Trail (Print)

## 03 April 2014

### 3 April, S2 - Year 11*

Title: Walking Talking Mock
Learning Targets
To use the assessment to gain a greater understanding of the topics you need to revise.
Homework

Title: Measures
Challenge Question
The radius of sphere is 10.2mm to 1 DP, what could its volume be?

Learning Targets
Developing
To be able to calculate the volume and surface areas of complex shapes.
Mastering
To be able to calculate the upper and lower bounds of compound measures.

Resources

Developing
Check you understanding
Demonstrate to students how to find volume of prisms.

Remind students how to find the area of a circle and then use this to find the
volume of a cylinder.

Introduce student to finding the volume of a cone.

Move to surface area of the cone.

Now look at volume of sphere.

Challenge Yourself

Exam Questions

Mastering
Check you understanding
Introduce student to the idea of finding limits of number (including decimals)

Challenge Yourself
Compound Limit Quiz

Error Propagation

Exam Questions
Error Bounds

### 3 April, S1 - Year 11 Extra*

Title: Probability (lesson 3)
Challenge Question
What is the probability of picking a red counter from a bag if you know the probability of not picking it is 0.65?

Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to calculate the probability of outcomes of single events and understand that the probability scale runs from 0 to 1.
To be able to calculate the probability of an event happening when you know the probability that the event doesn’t happen and knowing when you cannot use this rule.

Developing
To be able to calculate all the outcomes of two independent events (such as tossing a coin & throwing a dice) and calculate probabilities from lists or tables

Mastering
To be able to use a tree diagram to show all possible combinations. To be able to solve problems using tree diagrams.

Resources

Beginning

Simple probability examples:

Stick on Maths - Probability (open in Keynote)

Developing

Mastering

Introduction to tree diagrams

Solving problems with tree diagrams

## 02 April 2014

### 2 April - Family Learning 9*

Title: Target Setting

Challenge Question
What did you what to get from these sessions?
Learning Targets
Beginning
To have an understanding of what we are planning to cover over the next nine weeks.
Developing
To start to understand your strengths and weaknesses.
Mastering
To have an action plan for improving your numeracy skills.

Resources
Starter
To warm up this sessions we will be completed this times table puzzle.
Times Table Tarsia

Pre-Course Test
So that we can all assess our mathematical strengths and weaknesses we will complete this pre-course assessment

Challenge
One of our major focuses over the next few weeks will be improving our knowledge of the times tables. The plan is to complete this worksheet every Saturday morning until we can complete the worksheet in the minimum possible time. Times Table Challenge

The focus of todays session will be on addition and subtraction.

Starting with addition and subtracting on small numbers - practise using the pyramids and magic squares. Note that addition and subtraction are opposites.
Pyramids (Print)
Magic Squares (Print)

Now use whiteboards to remind of the method column addition. Worksheet to support as required.

Quickly move onto column subtraction.
Subtraction Trail (Print)

### 2 April, S2 - Year 9B*

Title: Assessment (Mark)
Learning Targets
To use the assessment to gain a greater understanding of the topics you need to revise.

Resources
March 2013

### 2 April, S1 - Year 8A*

Title: Assessment (Test)
Learning Targets
To use the assessment to gain a greater understanding of the topics you need to revise.

Resources

## 01 April 2014

### 1 April, S1 - Year 11 Extra*

Title: Probability
Challenge Question
What is the probability of picking a red counter from a bag if you know the probability of not picking it is 0.65?

Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to calculate the probability of outcomes of single events and understand that the probability scale runs from 0 to 1.
To be able to calculate the probability of an event happening when you know the probability that the event doesn’t happen and knowing when you cannot use this rule.

Developing
To be able to calculate all the outcomes of two independent events (such as tossing a coin & throwing a dice) and calculate probabilities from lists or tables

Mastering
To be able to use a tree diagram to show all possible combinations. To be able to solve problems using tree diagrams.

Resources

Beginning

Simple probability examples:

Stick on Maths - Probability (open in Keynote)

Developing

Mastering

Introduction to tree diagrams

Solving problems with tree diagrams