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Revision

Many students struggle to revise mathematics; the most common methods students use are to only look at topics they can do and complete 20 of the same question. Students also have a habit to only read and rewrite out their notes. This section is to provide ideas on how to help your students revise and also some resource that may encourage even the most reluctant of students. 

The key advice I give all students I teach is to make sure revision doesn't turn into a chore, maths should be fun. To do this I recomend students break down topics and tackle on a basis of two topics they need to work on with one they need to refresh; this means students keep up a postitive mental level with the success of the refresher topic. On top of this I strongly advise students to not do twenty of the same questions. I'm a great believer 1-3 max on the same level and style question should identify if you  get it and can move onto the next level/topic or if you need to seek help in the form of your teacher, textbook or online resources. See the skill review pages for Algebra, Data, Geometry and Number for questions. 

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Data Handling

Every child should have access to a good education, tailored to their individual needs.I have tried to supply a range of resources to support teachers in developing students to achieve their full potentail. 

Quick Wits Revision

Retention of knowledge activities great for GCSE revision or starters in lessons.

Revision Mats

A slightly different take on the Quick Wits these revision mats are designed to help students progress through a topic area with pace, for example angles. They were originally designed for F/E/D students aiming for a grade C.

Number

Every child should have access to a good education, tailored to their individual needs.  I have tried to supply a range of resources to support teachers in developing students to achieve their full potentail. 

Danielle Bartram

Maths Lead Practitioner

Acklam Grange School
Middlesborough
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