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GCSE Revision Masters: TES Maths Resource of the Week

December 4, 2017 - TES, TES Resource of the Week (ROTW)
GCSE Revision Masters: TES Maths Resource of the Week

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What is it?
This is a phenomenal collection of homeworks. They have been designed for the 9 to 1 GCSE Maths specification and cover Foundation, Foundation/Higher and Higher. They are really nicely laid out, making them very easy to mark, and the choice of questions is superb. They also share two features that always go down a storm with me and my colleagues. Firstly, the answers are provided (woo hoo!). Secondly, they are in Word format, meaning they can be easily edited, giving you the option to remove questions you deem not suitable for your students, or make copies of the homework, change a few numbers, and voila you have another one good to go.

How can it be used?
There are two main ways I will be using these wonderful resources. The first is for homeworks. These days I am a great believer that wherever possible homeworks should not be topic based. Instead they should encompass a wide range of topics so students can benefit from spacing and interleaving, and these homeworks certainly tick that box. The second is for low-stakes quizzes. One of the most significant changes to my teaching that I have made this year is the inclusion of a low-stakes quiz every single lesson, and I am always on the lookout for good content for these quizzes. This resource is superb, in both the challenge and variety of the questions, and fact students can mark it easily due to the lovely way it is laid out. It’s a cracker!

Thanks so much for sharing
Craig Barton

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