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# Objectives:

Mental/Oral:

## Mathematics Weekly Planner

National Numeracy Strategy

Main:

Year:

Term: Mental/Oral Activities Rolling the dice, predicting probability and recording in a tally chart on IWB. Key vocabulary Probability, impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain.

Class:

Week beginning: Main activity Plenary Ask a pair of children to talk to the class about their number card tally charts and results. Was it as they expected? Display the online activityhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/ maths/data/probability/play.shtml on the class whiteboard and play as whole group with volunteers to answer certain questions. Review learning objectives. Check understanding by getting children to talk about their work. Review learning objectives. Evaluation/ Assessment outcomes To recognise events which are impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain. To use the terms impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain to describe the probability of an event occurring.

Mon.

In groups children can take a set of number cards 1-10, put them in a bag and then draw and replace a card 30 times. Draw up a tally chart in their maths books of their results. Then convert this to a tally chart of odd and even numbers. Answer questions based on their charts. Continuing yesterdays work. Begin by going over as a whole group the questions sheet from yesterday that the majority did not understand.

## Times table tennis game. Tues.

Probability, impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain. Probability, impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain. Probability, fraction, impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain.

To recognise events which are impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain. To use the terms impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely and certain to describe the probability of an event occurring. To be able to recognise the probability of an event occurring using the both the terms and fractions.

## Work on probability from the abacus text books.

Probability IWB game. Reviewing the learning objectives and see if they feel they have met them.

## Interactive probability gamehttp://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/numbers/ handlingdata/probability/game.shtm l Reviewing the learning objectives

To be able to interpret the results of an experiment using the language of probability.To be able to understand that random processes are unpredictable.

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