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Week beginning 15.06.20

15.06.20 - Today we are going to read and interpret a train timetable. You must use the information already in the table to help you fill in the gaps and then answer the linked questions. Remember to draw timelines to help you calculate intervals in time if you need to. The answers are provided for you to check your solutions.

16.06.20 - Today, we are going to be working with coordinates. First, I would like you to work through the presentation on the first quadrant up to slide 10 (labelled varied fluency 3). We will work through the rest tomorrow. After that, open the worksheets. Yellow group should scroll down to the first worksheet (labelled D and starting with question 1a). Orange group should scroll down to the second worksheet (labelled E and starting with question 4a). Complete the tasks on your worksheet and then check your answers - the answer sheet is included in the pack. If you need to plot coordinates, you can draw the quadrants on paper. Try your best!

17.06.20 - Today, I would like you to open the presentation on the first quadrant again and work through slides 11 - 17. These are the reasoning and problem solving slides. After that, open the worksheets. Yellow group should scroll down to the first worksheet (labelled D and starting with question 1a). Orange group should scroll down to the second worksheet (labelled E and starting with question 4a). Complete the tasks on your worksheet and then check your answers

18.06.20 - Today, I would like you to consolidate your understanding of the first quadrant by completing some homework extension and problem tasks. Yellow group should complete questions 1-3 on the homework sheets (labelled D) and orange group should complete questions 4-6 (labelled E). You can then have a go at the questions on the problem solving sheet. The answers are provided for you to check your work. Don't worry if you don't have access to a printer - you can draw the quadrants on paper. Try your best!

19.06.20 - It's Maths Mystery Friday - hurray! Read the clues as carefully as you can and apply your maths skills to solve the mystery. The answers are given at the end. Try not to sneak a look until you have finished.

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