**NO IPAD**)

**Challenge Question**

What areas of maths are we using?

**Learning Targets**

To use games to remind use of some of the key topics we have covered this year.

**Resources**

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.

Title: Assessment (**NO IPAD**)

**Challenge Question **

What areas of maths are we using?

**Learning Targets **

To use games to remind use of some of the key topics we have covered this year.

**Resources **

What areas of maths are we using?

To use games to remind use of some of the key topics we have covered this year.

Title: Assessment (**NO IPAD**)

**Challenge Question **

What topics do I need to revise?

**Learning Targets **

To use the past paper to gain a full understand of my strengths and points of improvement.

**Resources **

What topics do I need to revise?

To use the past paper to gain a full understand of my strengths and points of improvement.

Title: Assessment

**Challenge Question **

What topics do I need to revise?

**Learning Targets **

To use the past paper to gain a full understand of my strengths and points of improvement.

**Resources **

Remind students that they have been working, for the last three weeks, towards completing a GCSE Foundation exam paper both in class and with their revision homework.

Today they need to complete the paper (in the box on the desk in Room 21). They can write on the exam paper and they have the full 100 minutes.

What topics do I need to revise?

To use the past paper to gain a full understand of my strengths and points of improvement.

Remind students that they have been working, for the last three weeks, towards completing a GCSE Foundation exam paper both in class and with their revision homework.

Today they need to complete the paper (in the box on the desk in Room 21). They can write on the exam paper and they have the full 100 minutes.

Paper 1 - Foundation

If students complete the paper there are a small number of Higher papers that some students can start. Alternately students can work through the textbook (working in their books).

If students complete the paper there are a small number of Higher papers that some students can start. Alternately students can work through the textbook (working in their books).

Title: Review of the year

**Challenge Question **

Which topics do you need to use to solve these problems.

**Learning Targets **

To use the maths you have used this year to find the murderer.

**Resources**

__Murder Mystery__

Which topics do you need to use to solve these problems.

To use the maths you have used this year to find the murderer.

Last Halloween, a murder was committed. The ghost of the murder victim is going to come back this Halloween to haunt the town, unless you can solve all the clues to find out all the unanswered questions surrounding the murder…

Who was killed? __________________

When did the murder take place? ________________

How was the victim killed? ________________

Where did the murder take place? ________________

Who was the murderer? _____________

Title: Build a box

**Challenge Question**

When do you know you have the correct answer?

**Learning Targets**

When do you know you have the correct answer?

Beginning

To be able to explain the method for number problems using trial and improvement.

Developing

To be able to explain the method for solving equations using trial and improvement.

Mastering

To be confident about a set degree of accuracy?

To be confident about a set degree of accuracy?

Title: Build a box

**Challenge Question**

When do you know you have the correct answer?

**Learning Targets**

When do you know you have the correct answer?

Beginning

To be able to explain the method for number problems using trial and improvement.

Developing

To be able to explain the method for solving equations using trial and improvement.

Mastering

To be confident about a set degree of accuracy?

To be confident about a set degree of accuracy?

Title: Build a box

**Challenge Question**

When do you know you have the correct answer?

**Learning Targets**

When do you know you have the correct answer?

Beginning

To be able to explain the method for number problems using trial and improvement.

Developing

To be able to explain the method for solving equations using trial and improvement.

Mastering

To be confident about a set degree of accuracy?

To be confident about a set degree of accuracy?

Title: Money Management Project

**Challenge Question**

Which is better a high or low APR?

**Learning Targets**

Daily Bread

Find out where your money goes

Find a house

Your Move

Right Move

Mortgage Calculator

Money Advice Service

Good Debt / Bad Debt

Money Saving Expert

Credit card calculator

Room 28

Which is better a high or low APR?

To investigate ways of becoming a mini "money saving expert".

Daily Bread

Find out where your money goes

Find a house

Your Move

Right Move

Mortgage Calculator

Money Advice Service

Good Debt / Bad Debt

Money Saving Expert

Title: Stem and Leaf and Averages

**Challenge Question**

**Learning Targets**

Developing

Mastering

**Resources **
**Beginning**

__Stem & Leaf - Cut and Stick (print)__

**Developing**

Averages (from Ten Ticks 6,5, pages 3-6)*

Chapter 9 - Data Analysis, page 1

**Mastering**

Worked example

Chapter 9 - Data Analysis, page 6

When can we find the exact answer and when can we only find an estimate?

Beginning

To be able to draw and interpret a stem and leaf diagram.

Developing

To be able to use measures of averages to investigate problems.

Mastering

To be able to demonstrate the method for finding the mean from a frequency table of discrete or continuous data.

Averages (from Ten Ticks 6,5, pages 3-6)*

Chapter 9 - Data Analysis, page 1

Worked example

Title:
Revision for exam paper

**Challenge Question**

Which topics do I need to revise?

**Learning Targets**

Beginning

To identify five topics you need more help with.

Developing

Develop your understanding off these topics using the past paper questions.

Master

To test your understanding using the exam questions.

**Resources**

*As you know, next lesson you will be doing a Foundation GCSE paper. Do not worry about this, it does not in any way count towards your end of year report (that is already written).*

*Today I would like you to revise at least five topics using the links below and write any notes in you book.*

*Each of the links below takes you to a set of past paper questions on a particular topic (with answers at the end).*

*If you have any questions please email me.*

*Remember that you homework is the MyMaths Challenge.*

*Mr Kent*

**Past Paper Questions**

**Foundation Exam Formular Sheet**

**Past Papers**

PixL June 2014 Predicted

Churchill Maths 2012

PixL November 2013

June 2013

November 2009

**Grade Boundaries**

Which topics do I need to revise?

Beginning

To identify five topics you need more help with.

Developing

Develop your understanding off these topics using the past paper questions.

Master

To test your understanding using the exam questions.

This is the formula sheet you will find on the second page of the exam paper. Make sure you know how to use these and if it is not on these sheet you need to remember it.

PixL June 2014 Predicted

Churchill Maths 2012

PixL November 2013

June 2013

November 2012

November 2011

June 2011

November 2010

June 2010

November 2009

Based on November 2012 but will give you a rough idea for the others (max marks 200):

G: 41

F: 65

E: 89

D: 114

C: 139

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