24 October 2014

24 October, S3/4 - Year 10*

Mark Assessment

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


June 2013

24 October, S1/2 - Year 11*

Driving Questions: If the word percentage had not been invented, what would we call 34%?

Learning Target: To be able to use percentages in real life situations. 

Success Criteria 
Beginning
To be able to calculate simple percentages of a quantity using the bubble method.
Developing
To be able to demonstrate how to find any percentages of a quantity by using decimals.
Mastering
To be able to use a percentage increases and decreases.


Resources

23 October 2014

21 October 2014

21 October, S1/2 - Year 10*

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



Learning Target: To know how to use Spearman's Rank to compare data.

Success Criteria
Beginning
To be able to demonstrate how to calculate Spearman's Rank.
Developing
To be able to demonstrate how to use Spearman's Rank.
Mastering
Able to interpret when to use and how to use Spearman's Rank.

Resources 

Beginning

B1



B2
Spearman's Rank (print)


Developing

D1



Homework

20 October 2014

20 October, S3/4 - Year 7*

Book Review

Exercise 1
Use a written method to find the answer to:
a) 31.2 / 0.3 
b) 564 / 0.4
c) 4.23 / 0.6
d) 1.47 / 1.2

Exercise 2
a) 312 / 3 
b) 564 / 4
c) 423 / 6
d) 147 / 12


Lesson
Driving Question: Which shape, with a perimeter of 10m, has the biggest area?

Learning Objectives: To be able to calculate the area of shapes in the real world. 

Success Criteria
Beginning
To understand how to find the area of rectangles and triangle.
Developing
To understand how to find the areas of parallelogram and trapezium.
Mastering
To apply the rules you have learnt in order to find the area of compound shapes (shapes made from a collection of 'simple' shapes). 


Resources

Beginning
We start by looking to calculate the areas of rectangles and then triangles. 

B1
Test your understanding of finding the area of rectangles. 

B2

B3
Learn and assess your understand of finding the area of triangles. 

B4 (Check Point)
For each of these triangles you need to calculate the area. In some cases it is not possible to work out the area and therefore you must explain why.





Developing 
We now look to calculate the areas of parallelograms and then trapeziums. 

D1
Test your understand of find the area of parallelograms.

D2




Masterings
We now look to calculate the areas of compound shapes. 

M1
Learn and assess your understand of finding the area of compound shapes. 
CIMT: Compound Shapes

M2
M3
Test your understand of find the area of compound shapes.

M4 (Check Point)
Differentiated compound shape questions (print)

M5 (Investigation)

20 October, S1/2 - Year 11 (Mock Exam - Calculator)*

Mock Exam - Calculator

17 October 2014

17 October, S3/4 - Year 10*

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

Learning Target: To know how to use scatter graphs to solve puzzle.

Success Criteria
Beginning
To be able to demonstrate how to plot a scatter graph and explain what this can show us.
Developing
To be able to demonstrate when and how to draw a line of best fit on a scatter diagram.

Mastering
Able to interpret a line of best fit and recognise the different types of correlation.

Resources 

Beginning

B1




Plot each set of data using the Number app. Sketch the general shape the points form. 
What affects Ice Cream Sales

B2 (Confirm)
Plot at least one graph from thuds in your book. 
What affects Ice Cream Sales

Developing

D1


D2
Drawing and using the Line of Best Fit.
Lines of Best Fit

D3 (Confirm)





Mastering

M1

What can you find out about these cars.
Top Trumps - Scatter Graphs - Cars

M2
Drawing your own Scatter Graph:
Taxi Drivers






M3





M4 (Confirm)
Exam Questions 
Scatter Graphs (print 1)

M5+
MEP (Statistics) - page 97+

Homework


17 October, S1/2 - Year 11 (Challenge)*

Walking Talking Mock


16 October 2014

16 October, S2 - Year 7 (Challenge)*

Book Review

Exercise 1
Use a written method to find the answer to:
a) 31.2 / 0.3 
b) 564 / 0.4
c) 4.23 / 0.6
d) 1.47 / 1.2

Exercise 2
a) 312 / 3 
b) 564 / 4
c) 423 / 6
d) 147 / 12


Lesson
Driving Question: Which shape, with a perimeter of 10m, has the biggest area?

Learning Objectives: To be able to calculate the area of shapes in the real world. 

Success Criteria
Beginning
To understand how to find the area of rectangles and triangle.
Developing
To understand how to find the areas of parallelogram and trapezium.
Mastering
To apply the rules you have learnt in order to find the area of compound shapes (shapes made from a collection of 'simple' shapes). 


Resources

Pre-learning

Before this lesson students have watched videos on finding the area of:
Triangles
Parallelograms and Rhombuses
Trapeziums and Trapezoids
Notes from these topics have been uploaded to Showbie for pre-lesson assessment - students are directed to an initial task based on this assessment. 



Beginning
We start by looking to calculate the areas of rectangles and then triangles. 

B1
Test your understanding of finding the area of rectangles. 
Area of Rectangles from Ten Ticks – 5, 4, page 36,39*

B2
Stick on Maths - SSM , Level 5, 7 (print)

B3
Learn and assess your understand of finding the area of triangles. 
CIMT: Area of Triangle

B4

Developing 
We now look to calculate the areas of parallelograms and then trapeziums. 

D1
Test your understand of find the area of parallelograms.

D2




Masterings
We now look to calculate the areas of compound shapes. 

M1
Learn and assess your understand of finding the area of compound shapes. 
CIMT: Compound Shapes

M2



M3
Test your understand of find the area of compound shapes.


M4 (Check Point)
Differentiated compound shape questions (print)

M5 (Investigation)

16 October, S1 - Year 7 (Challenge)*

Driving Question: Which shape, with a perimeter of 10m, has the biggest area?

Learning Objectives: To be able to calculate the area of shapes in the real world. 

Success Criteria
Beginning
To understand how to find the area of rectangles and triangle.
Developing
To understand how to find the areas of parallelogram and trapezium.
Mastering
To apply the rules you have learnt in order to find the area of compound shapes (shapes made from a collection of 'simple' shapes). 


Resources

Pre-learning

Before this lesson students have watched videos on finding the area of:
Triangles
Parallelograms and Rhombuses
Trapeziums and Trapezoids
Notes from these topics have been uploaded to Showbie for pre-lesson assessment - students are directed to an initial task based on this assessment. 



Beginning
We start by looking to calculate the areas of rectangles and then triangles. 

B1
Test your understanding of finding the area of rectangles. 
Area of Rectangles from Ten Ticks – 5, 4, page 36,39*

B2
Stick on Maths - SSM , Level 5, 7 (print)

B3
Learn and assess your understand of finding the area of triangles. 
CIMT: Area of Triangle

B4 (Check Point)

Developing 
We now look to calculate the areas of parallelograms and then trapeziums. 

D1
Test your understand of find the area of parallelograms.

D2


Masterings
We now look to calculate the areas of compound shapes. 

M1
Learn and assess your understand of finding the area of compound shapes. 
CIMT: Compound Shapes

M2


M3
Test your understand of find the area of compound shapes.

M4 (Check Point)
Differentiated compound shape questions (print)

M5 (Investigation)