The following resource has been kindly shared on the TES Maths website. It is available to download for free by registering. And to access all the lovely Resource of the Week (ROTW) resources, just click here
For the next few weeks, the ROTW will be looking at examples of complete lessons on TES. I find resources like this fascinating, as they give you a real insight into a teacher’s thinking, far more than you would get from a PowerPoint or a worksheet alone. The advice I give to all trainee teachers and NQTs that I work with is to take lessons like this, study them, and then adapt them to suit their own teaching style and the needs of their students.
As ever, I am eternally indebted to teachers for sharing their resources on TES, but a special thank you to those who upload complete lessons like this. They are so useful n sharing good practice, and have a huge and positive impact on teaching and learning around the world.
What is it?
A complete lesson on Drawing and Interpreting Pie Charts kindly uploaded and shared by Manoj Mistry
What are the key features?
Brain in Gear task and a Starter Activity
Introduction Task that assesses and consolidates key baseline knowledge
Wide variety of tasks, including card sort and bingo
Really well presented examples with plenty of variety
Levelled tasks for students to complete
Exam questions for plenary
Thank you for sharing!
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