18 September 2014

18 September, S2 - Year 7C*

Driving Question: Does speaking a different language mean we count differently?

Learning Target: To use the idea of place value to solve a variety of different puzzles. 


Success Criteria 
Beginning
Compare and order whole numbers and decimals, using inequality symbols.
Developing
Multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100, 1000 etc.
Mastering
Using written methods to multiply and divide numbers to solve puzzles. 

Resources 


Check that you can login to MBLearn. 
I can login to MBLearn

MyMaths Online Textbook:

Beginning 
Ordering number and using inequality symbols.
Introduction to Inequalities (from Ten Tick 6, 6, page 3) (print)

Use whiteboard to consolidate the idea of inequalities. 

Developing

Multiply and divide by 10, 100 or 1000.


D1
Mastering 
Multiply any two numbers. 


Use whiteboards to check understanding of multiplication methods. 


Introduce students to the idea multiplying numbers using the Chinese Multiplication Grid if they need a method. 

M1




M2
Now move on to using the same methods for multiplying decimals. 

M3

Homework
1. Watch the video (follow the link below).
2. Show that you understand by working out 6 different examples on a sheet of paper (make six questions up).
3. Upload a picture of your workings to Showbie.
4. Write the key points in the space in your planner. 

Multiply and Divide with Negative Numbers

18 September, S1 - Year 7W*

Driving Question: Does speaking a different language mean we count differently?

Learning Target: To use the idea of place value to solve a variety of different puzzles. 


Success Criteria 
Beginning
Compare and order whole numbers and decimals, using inequality symbols.
Developing
Multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100, 1000 etc.
Mastering
Using written methods to multiply and divide numbers to solve puzzles. 

Resources 


Check that you can login to MBLearn. 
I can login to MBLearn

MyMaths Online Textbook:

Beginning 
Ordering number and using inequality symbols.
Introduction to Inequalities (from Ten Tick 6, 6, page 3) (print)

Use whiteboard to consolidate the idea of inequalities. 

Developing

Multiply and divide by 10, 100 or 1000.

D1
Mastering 
Multiply any two numbers. 

Use whiteboards to check understanding of multiplication methods. 


Introduce students to the idea multiplying numbers using the Chinese Multiplication Grid if they need a method. 

M1



M2
Now move on to using the same methods for multiplying decimals. 

M3

Homework
1. Watch the video (follow the link below).
2. Show that you understand by working out 6 different examples on a sheet of paper (make six questions up).
3. Upload a picture of your workings to Showbie.
4. Write the key points in the space in your planner. 

Multiply and Divide with Negative Numbers

17 September 2014

17 September, S4 - Year 11C*

Title: BIDMAS
Driving Question: Why do we bother with BIDMAS? 

Learning Objectives: To be able to solve puzzles using BIDMAS. 
Beginning
To be able to recall the order in which we add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers.
Developing
To be able to recall BIDMAS and explain how to use it to find the correct order of operations.

Resources

Beginning
Countdown Puzzle

17 September, S3 - Year 11W*

Title: BIDMAS
Driving Question: Why do we bother with BIDMAS? 

Learning Objectives: To be able to solve puzzles using BIDMAS. 
Beginning
To be able to recall the order in which we add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers.
Developing
To be able to recall BIDMAS and explain how to use it to find the correct order of operations.

Resources

Beginning
Countdown Puzzle

17 September, S2 - Year 10C*

Title: BIDMAS
Driving Question: Why do we bother with BIDMAS? 

Learning Objectives: To be able to solve puzzles using BIDMAS. 
Beginning
To be able to recall the order in which we add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers.
Developing
To be able to recall BIDMAS and explain how to use it to find the correct order of operations.

Resources

Beginning
Countdown Puzzle

17 September, S1 - Year 10W*

Title: BIDMAS
Driving Question: Why do we bother with BIDMAS? 

Learning Objectives: To be able to solve puzzles using BIDMAS. 
Beginning
To be able to recall the order in which we add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers.
Developing
To be able to recall BIDMAS and explain how to use it to find the correct order of operations.

Resources

Beginning
Countdown Puzzle

16 September 2014

16 September, S2 - Year 10W*

Title: Rounding & Estimation
Driving Question
Why do we bother with BIDMAS?

Learning Targets
Beginning
To be able to explain a method for rounding decimal numbers to a specific number of places or significant figures.

Developing
To be able to demonstrate how to estimate the values of calculations involving positive numbers greater than one.

Mastering
To be able to calculate the limits of accuracy for numbers given to the nearest whole number.

Resources

Beginning

Developing
Finally we look at estimating calculations. If you need some help take a look at this video: Estimation, Rounding and Estimation

CIMT: 4.6 Estimating


Estimation (from MEP 4.6)*

Mastering

Homework
Watch this video before next lesson.

In your planner note down the five key points you have learnt.