**Driving Question**

To use the assessment to inform your revision.

Mathematics is hard. So are most things that are worth doing. If you make a mistake or get stuck today, you will be making progress.

What topics do you need to focus on in the future?

What is the greatest mathematical invention of all time?

**Learning Objectives**

Beginning

Read through your books and respond to any of your Mr Kent's comments or questions.

Developing

Complete the "Next Step" activity in your book in the space provided.

Mastering

To complete the Academic Habits sheet and set your next targets.

NRich: Magic Triangle

Number the pages in your book.

Stick all sheets in.

Find the mean of these sets of numbers and explain how you found your answer:

1) 2, 5, 12, 12, 34, 32, 15, 9, 10

2) 2, 3, 2, 4, 3, 4, 56

3) Why was the mean average not very useful in question 2?

4) What is the missing number? 5, 6, 7, 12, ? the mean is 8

A car hire company charges using the following formula:

Where d = number of days and m = mileage.

Calculate the cost if:

a) d = 2, m = 100

b) d = 10, m = 200

c) d = 5, m = 30

Find the Highest Common Factors of the following sets of numbers:

a) 10, 14

b) 12, 18

c) 20, 35

d) 55, 75

e) 50, 100

Explain your method.

Find the prime factors of the following numbers:

a) 20

b) 18

c) 35

d) 175

e) 500

f) 300

Explain your method.

Write down the first 6 terms of each of these sequences and write down the expression that generates the sequence.

b) 3, 5, 7...

c) 10, 20, 30...

d) 4, 7, 10...

e) 1, 3, 5...

f) 50, 100, 150...

Explain your method.

Write down the first 6 terms of each of these sequences.

Example: 3n - 1.... 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17......

b) 3n + 1

c) 4n - 1

d) 2n + 4

e) 10n

f) 12n

Explain your method.

Write down the answers to the following (be careful about your method).

b) 4 + 5 x 2

c) 6 - 2 x 2

d) 10 x 2 - 8

e) 8 - 10 x 2

f) 2 x 6 - 3 x 3

Explain your method.

1) Watch this fractions video - Comparing Fractions

2) Create a poster (either on paper or on your iPad) to explain what you have learnt.

3) Upload your work to Showbie.

To be able to explain how to compare prices of products to find the ‘best buy’.

Driving Question: What are we trying to show and what methods can we use to do this?

**Learning Objective: To be able to recognise the different ways of sampling data. **
To be able to design questionnaires and surveys which allow us to answer a question. To identify different types of data.

**Resources **

**Beginning**

**B1**

**B3**

Questionnaire Worksheet

**B4**

Data Collection Sheets, Questionnaires & Bias

**B5**

What is wrong with this question and response section?

**Question**

**How much do you spend on watching football?**

Response Section

Not Much [ ] Quite a lot [ ] Loads [ ]

**B6**

**Common issues with questions:**

- Bias

- No time scale

- Unclear / confusing

**Common issues with response sections:**

- Overlaps

- Not all options covered

- Unclear / vague labels

**B7**

Exam Question: Questionnaires

**B8**

Types of data

MEP 20, page 7

**Developing**

**D1**

**Mastering**

**M1**

**Homework**

Beginning

Developing

To demonstrate how to use and why we use simple sample methods.

Mastering

To be able to demonstrate the use of stratified sampling.

Questionnaire Worksheet

Data Collection Sheets, Questionnaires & Bias

What is wrong with this question and response section?

Not Much [ ] Quite a lot [ ] Loads [ ]

- Bias

- No time scale

- Unclear / confusing

- Overlaps

- Not all options covered

- Unclear / vague labels

Exam Question: Questionnaires

Types of data

MEP 20, page 7

What topics do you need to focus on in the future?

What is the greatest mathematical invention of all time?

**Learning Objectives**

Beginning

Read through your books and respond to any of your Mr Kent's comments or questions.

Developing

Complete the "Next Step" activity in your book in the space provided.

Mastering

To complete the Academic Habits sheet and set your next targets.

NRich: Magic Triangle

Number the pages in your book.

Stick all sheets in.

Find the mean of these sets of numbers and explain how you found your answer:

1) 2, 5, 12, 12, 34, 32, 15, 9, 10

2) 2, 3, 2, 4, 3, 4, 56

3) Why was the mean average not very useful in question 2?

4) What is the missing number? 5, 6, 7, 12, ? the mean is 8

A car hire company charges using the following formula:

Where d = number of days and m = mileage.

Calculate the cost if:

a) d = 2, m = 100

b) d = 10, m = 200

c) d = 5, m = 30

Find the Highest Common Factors of the following sets of numbers:

a) 10, 14

b) 12, 18

c) 20, 35

d) 55, 75

e) 50, 100

Explain your method.

Find the prime factors of the following numbers:

a) 20

b) 18

c) 35

d) 175

e) 500

f) 300

Explain your method.

Write down the first 6 terms of each of these sequences and write down the expression that generates the sequence.

b) 3, 5, 7...

c) 10, 20, 30...

d) 4, 7, 10...

e) 1, 3, 5...

f) 50, 100, 150...

Explain your method.

Write down the first 6 terms of each of these sequences.

Example: 3n - 1.... 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17......

b) 3n + 1

c) 4n - 1

d) 2n + 4

e) 10n

f) 12n

Explain your method.

Write down the answers to the following (be careful about your method).

b) 4 + 5 x 2

c) 6 - 2 x 2

d) 10 x 2 - 8

e) 8 - 10 x 2

f) 2 x 6 - 3 x 3

Explain your method.

To be able to explain how to compare prices of products to find the ‘best buy’.

Draw a tree diagram to explain this puzzle and explain how you found your answer.

You have a box with 10 counters in it (3 red, 5 green and 2 yellow). You remove one counter at random. You do NOT replace it and then take a second counter.

a) What is the probability of getting two reds.

b) What is the probability of not getting any reds.

c) What is the probability of getting two different colours.

Draw a tree diagram to explain this puzzle and explain how you found your answer.

You have a box with 10 counters in it (3 red, 7 green). You remove one counter at random. You replace it and then take a second counter.

a) What is the probability of getting two reds.

b) What is the probability of not getting any reds.

c) What is the probability of getting two different colours.

Driving Question: What are we trying to show and what methods can we use to do this?

Beginning

Developing

To demonstrate how to use and why we use simple sample methods.

Mastering

To be able to demonstrate the use of stratified sampling.

Questionnaire Worksheet

Data Collection Sheets, Questionnaires & Bias

- Bias

- No time scale

- Unclear / confusing

- Overlaps

- Not all options covered

- Unclear / vague labels

Exam Question: Questionnaires

Types of data

MEP 20, page 7

Beginning

To be able to demonstrate the use of bearings.

To be able to demonstrate the use of bearings.

To be able to demonstrate using a map to find distances, measure bearings and identify positions.

Resources

Beginning

B1

Introduce student to the idea of bearings.

Developing

D1

Mastering

M1

Exam Questions: Using bearings to specify direction, measuring and drawing

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