**Driving Question:**Which topics do we need to revise?

**Learning Target:**To use the assessment paper the 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.

Book Review

Complete your insert sheet

Complete study guides

Complete your homework log

Read through and respond to green comments

Complete the next step exercise

Number all pages

**Exercise 1**

a) 1/2 + 1/3

b) 1/4 + 1/5

c) 1/6 + 2/3

d) 4/5 - 1/3

e) 5/7 - 2/5

f) 1/2 - 1/3

Explain your method.

Watch this video if you need more help: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions

**Exercise 2**

Use the information below to calculate the angles and then draw a pie chart.

Blue Eyes - 5 people

Brown Eyes - 12 people

Green Eyes - 12 people

Grey Eyes - 5 people

Other Eyes - 8 people

Watch this video if you need more help: Pie Charts

**Exercise 3**

Complete and explain the questions below

a) Increase £350 by 34%

b) Increase £50 by 93%

c) Increase £60 by 78%

d) Decrease £55 by 56%

e) Decrease £70 by 12%

f) Decrease £459 by 5%

Watch this video if you need more help: Percentage – change into a percentage (calculator)

**Exercise 4**

Complete and explain the questions below

a) £300 shared into 3:7

b) £450 shared into 1:9

c) £50 shared into 2:3

d) £900 shared into 3:15

e) £300 shared into 3:7:10

f) £300 shared into 1:2:3

Watch this video if you need more help: Ratio, Ratio (sharing)

**Lesson**

Title: Factors, Multiples and Primes

**Learning Targets**
*Beginning*

To be able to find multiples of numbers.

*Developing*

*Mastering*

*Developing*

**D1**

Which is the first number that is in the:

a) 2 and 3 times table?

b) 3 and 4 times table?

c) 5 and 7 times table?

d) 8 and 12 times table?

e) 3 and 9 times table?

f) 11 and 15 times table?

g) 120 and 170 times table?

h) 110 and 310 times table?

**D2**

*Mastering*

NRICH - Can you find prefect numbers?

**Homework**

Revise using the following links, write some notes and upload to Showbie.

- Symmetry

- Perimeter, Area, Volume

- Angles

- Place Value

- Rounding and Estimation

- Prime Numbers, Factors and Multiples

Complete study guides

Complete your homework log

Read through and respond to green comments

Complete the next step exercise

Number all pages

a) 1/2 + 1/3

b) 1/4 + 1/5

c) 1/6 + 2/3

d) 4/5 - 1/3

e) 5/7 - 2/5

f) 1/2 - 1/3

Explain your method.

Watch this video if you need more help: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions

Use the information below to calculate the angles and then draw a pie chart.

Blue Eyes - 5 people

Brown Eyes - 12 people

Green Eyes - 12 people

Grey Eyes - 5 people

Other Eyes - 8 people

Watch this video if you need more help: Pie Charts

Complete and explain the questions below

a) Increase £350 by 34%

b) Increase £50 by 93%

c) Increase £60 by 78%

d) Decrease £55 by 56%

e) Decrease £70 by 12%

f) Decrease £459 by 5%

Watch this video if you need more help: Percentage – change into a percentage (calculator)

Complete and explain the questions below

a) £300 shared into 3:7

b) £450 shared into 1:9

c) £50 shared into 2:3

d) £900 shared into 3:15

e) £300 shared into 3:7:10

f) £300 shared into 1:2:3

Watch this video if you need more help: Ratio, Ratio (sharing)

To be able to find multiples of numbers.

To be able to demonstrate finding the lowest common multiple (LCM).

To be able to use prime factors to find LCM.

Which is the first number that is in the:

a) 2 and 3 times table?

b) 3 and 4 times table?

c) 5 and 7 times table?

d) 8 and 12 times table?

e) 3 and 9 times table?

f) 11 and 15 times table?

g) 120 and 170 times table?

h) 110 and 310 times table?

Revise using the following links, write some notes and upload to Showbie.

- Symmetry

- Perimeter, Area, Volume

- Angles

- Place Value

- Rounding and Estimation

- Prime Numbers, Factors and Multiples

Book Review

Complete your insert sheet

Complete study guides

Complete your homework log

Read through and respond to green comments

Complete the next step exercise

Number all pages

**Exercise 1**

a) 1/2 + 1/3

b) 1/4 + 1/5

c) 1/6 + 2/3

d) 4/5 - 1/3

e) 5/7 - 2/5

f) 1/2 - 1/3

Explain your method.

Watch this video if you need more help: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions

**Exercise 2**

Use the information below to calculate the angles and then draw a pie chart.

Blue Eyes - 5 people

Brown Eyes - 12 people

Green Eyes - 12 people

Grey Eyes - 5 people

Other Eyes - 8 people

Watch this video if you need more help: Pie Charts

**Exercise 3**

Complete and explain the questions below

a) Increase £350 by 34%

b) Increase £50 by 93%

c) Increase £60 by 78%

d) Decrease £55 by 56%

e) Decrease £70 by 12%

f) Decrease £459 by 5%

Watch this video if you need more help: Percentage – change into a percentage (calculator)

**Exercise 4**

Complete and explain the questions below

a) £300 shared into 3:7

b) £450 shared into 1:9

c) £50 shared into 2:3

d) £900 shared into 3:15

e) £300 shared into 3:7:10

f) £300 shared into 1:2:3

Watch this video if you need more help: Ratio, Ratio (sharing)

**Lesson**

Title: Factors, Multiples and Primes

**Learning Targets**
*Beginning*

To be able to find multiples of numbers.

*Developing*

*Mastering*

*Developing*

**D1**

Which is the first number that is in the:

a) 2 and 3 times table?

b) 3 and 4 times table?

c) 5 and 7 times table?

d) 8 and 12 times table?

e) 3 and 9 times table?

f) 11 and 15 times table?

g) 120 and 170 times table?

h) 110 and 310 times table?

**D2**

**D3**Introduce LCM

*Mastering*

Complete study guides

Complete your homework log

Read through and respond to green comments

Complete the next step exercise

Number all pages

a) 1/2 + 1/3

b) 1/4 + 1/5

c) 1/6 + 2/3

d) 4/5 - 1/3

e) 5/7 - 2/5

f) 1/2 - 1/3

Explain your method.

Watch this video if you need more help: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions

Use the information below to calculate the angles and then draw a pie chart.

Blue Eyes - 5 people

Brown Eyes - 12 people

Green Eyes - 12 people

Grey Eyes - 5 people

Other Eyes - 8 people

Watch this video if you need more help: Pie Charts

Complete and explain the questions below

a) Increase £350 by 34%

b) Increase £50 by 93%

c) Increase £60 by 78%

d) Decrease £55 by 56%

e) Decrease £70 by 12%

f) Decrease £459 by 5%

Watch this video if you need more help: Percentage – change into a percentage (calculator)

Complete and explain the questions below

a) £300 shared into 3:7

b) £450 shared into 1:9

c) £50 shared into 2:3

d) £900 shared into 3:15

e) £300 shared into 3:7:10

f) £300 shared into 1:2:3

Watch this video if you need more help: Ratio, Ratio (sharing)

To be able to find multiples of numbers.

To be able to demonstrate finding the lowest common multiple (LCM).

To be able to use prime factors to find LCM.

Which is the first number that is in the:

a) 2 and 3 times table?

b) 3 and 4 times table?

c) 5 and 7 times table?

d) 8 and 12 times table?

e) 3 and 9 times table?

f) 11 and 15 times table?

g) 120 and 170 times table?

h) 110 and 310 times table?

Title: Factors, Multiples and Primes

**Learning Targets**
*Beginning*

To be able to find multiples of numbers.

*Developing*

*Mastering*

*Developing*

**D1**

Which is the first number that is in the:

a) 2 and 3 times table?

b) 3 and 4 times table?

c) 5 and 7 times table?

d) 8 and 12 times table?

e) 3 and 9 times table?

f) 11 and 15 times table?

g) 120 and 170 times table?

h) 110 and 310 times table?

**D2**

**D3**Introduce LCM

*Mastering*

NRICH - Can you find prefect numbers?

**Homework**

Find the following and upload you work to Showbie in each case showing your workings:

a) LCM (3, 5) =

b) LCM (12, 7) =

c) LCM (13, 39) =

d) LCM (120, 45) =

e) LCM (345, 55) =

To be able to find multiples of numbers.

To be able to demonstrate finding the lowest common multiple (LCM).

To be able to use prime factors to find LCM.

Which is the first number that is in the:

a) 2 and 3 times table?

b) 3 and 4 times table?

c) 5 and 7 times table?

d) 8 and 12 times table?

e) 3 and 9 times table?

f) 11 and 15 times table?

g) 120 and 170 times table?

h) 110 and 310 times table?

Find the following and upload you work to Showbie in each case showing your workings:

a) LCM (3, 5) =

b) LCM (12, 7) =

c) LCM (13, 39) =

d) LCM (120, 45) =

e) LCM (345, 55) =

These videos will talk you through individual topics step by step (these do NOT cover every topic on the exam).

These are examples of past paper questions with answers (these do NOT cover every topic on the exam).

Foundation Past Papers

PixL Predicted Paper

C – 50D – 41

E – 32

F – 24

G – 16

E – 32

F – 24

G – 16

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