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GCSE Maths Scheme

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by SteveHumble, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. So for example a Top Tip could be "Giving the answer and asking what could be the question often motivates students to think more creatively" A good problem in probability is the what's in the box type
    Here is an example problem
    Anyone have a top tip they would like to share?
  2. Hi Everyone, what are your teaching Top tips ???
    What about Engagement is a key, so why not before you teach circles ask students to create a wall display on all they have learnt about polygons, circles and Pi
    And show them the clip Infinity Elephants doodling http://vihart.com/doodling/
  3. Steve,

    I would love to be part of this group I have written a Scheme of Work for each year group and three for Year 11; one Edexcel Foundation Linear, OCR Foundation Linear and Edexcel Higher Linear....

    I have made 'weekly' schemes with three lesson plans and al fully resourced; I have also put in Grade descriptors so assessment is not an issue either..happy to share..

  4. For circles I always introduce it by getting the children to draw freehand circles; even the most disengaged child wants to be able to draw one..works like a dream every time...

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