Maths Workshop

Aims of workshop

- SIP- To raise standards of children achieving

level 5 and Outcome 6 - To raise standards in mental maths
- To increase childrens confidence and ability in

problem solving - To develop childrens ability to apply

Mathematics across the curriculum. LNF

- To raise parental awareness and understanding of

how Maths skills are developed at Ysgol Owen

Jones - To discuss ways parents can support children with

Maths at home. - To experience mental maths and problem solving

activities. - To understand how Maths is applied across the

curriculum.

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- The numeracy component of the National Literacy

and Numeracy Framework (LNF) sets out

expectations for the development of numerical

reasoning. It requires learners to do the

following - Decide for themselves what numerical skills to

use - Apply their method to work towards a solution
- Give coherent mathematical explanations
- Reflect on the outcomes

- Structure of a Maths lesson
- Mental Maths starter daily 10 mins
- Main teaching
- Activity skills practice
- Plenary summing up of key points

- Mental Maths Starter
- Recall learning previously learned facts,

introducing new facts eg addition doubles and

halves - Skills add or subtract any pair of numbers
- Strategies counting on or back along number

line, partitioning

1. Introduce a concept

model

Adding two-digit numbers

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Target Board

22p 16p 75p 23p 10p

91p 40p 30p 26p 29p

14p 35p 11p 25p 17p

60p 20p 19p 15p 18p

2. Practice and reinforce

throw the dice four times to generate 2 two digit

numbers

1937 35 ? by calculating by reasoning using

a calculator

3. Applying and problem solving

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3. Applying and problem solving

Word problems in context

Transport Survey

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car van lorry bus bike

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- How many cars passed the school on Saturday?
- How many vans and lorries passed on Saturday?
- How many buses passed the school on the weekend?
- If there were 32 more vans on Friday than

Saturday . How many vans passed on Friday? - There were 15 less bikes on Monday than on Sunday

. How many bikes passed on Monday?

Touring Eryri

Conwy

16.9 miles

Bangor

17.7 miles

9.2 miles

6.1 miles

Bethesda

15.1 miles

Caernarfon

Llanberis

10.8 miles

7.5 miles

29.3 miles

Betws y Coed

12.8 miles

Beddgelert

17.2 miles

Alun went to the shop and he bought 2 apples an 1

orange. The 3 fruit cost 1.15. How much change

did Alun get from 2 he gave the shopkeeper?

Cost 1.15 Pay 2 Change? Take

away calculation

less than a 1

2.00 - 1.15 2 - 1 1 15p 85p

1.15 85c 2

Alun will have 85p change

- Maths across the curriculum.
- Science measuring how far different cars

travel pushing and pulling - Geography transport survey data handling
- Geography comparing money in Africa working out

how much something would cost - PE measuring heart rates before and after

exercise - Art- measuring wood to cut for frames to make a

picture. - History ordering objects chronologically using

place value