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making progress during an oral mental starter in year 5

Discussion in 'Primary' started by rjgarnu, May 6, 2012.

  1. Thank you all for the advice, my original thought was that they might be able make progress in MA1 - using and applying. Maybe with an nrich activity but I'm not sure if that'd fit into 15minutes. Also not sure if for an interview they'll be expecting something original?? I also quite like the idea of giving the answer, they could discuss possible questions then I could reveal the operation or one of the numbers in the calculation so they could work missing numbers.
    Thanks again for all your suggestions, I will keep thinking about it!

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