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Summer 2 Week 4 - Ratio and Proportion

We suggest the following structure to your maths work this week. Please make use of the support sheets and videos to help you with your learning.

 

Day 1

As set in previous weeks, complete the arithmetic task. Choose 'Challenge' if you are working towards achieving GDS.  Choose 'Core' if you are working at or towards getting ARE.  The answers are at the end of the document so you can mark them yourself and make corrections.

If you finish, spend the rest of your time on TT Rockstars or 'Hit the Button'.

Day 2

Step 1 or 1a - This step is a revision of ratio - introducing the key ideas. Complete Step 1a if you are working towards getting ARE or if you find Step 1 too tricky.  Step 1 is for ARE and GDS.  

Day 3

Step 2 or 2a - This step is a revision of calculating ratios.  Again, complete Step 2a if you are working towards getting ARE or if you find Step 2 too tricky.  Step 2 is for ARE and GDS. 

Day 4

Step 3 or 3a.  This step is about ratio problems. Complete the right step for your level.

Day 5

Step 4 or 4a.  This step is about scale factor.  Again, complete the right step for your level.

Please check you have also completed ALL outstanding 'My Maths' tasks.  This has been part of your learning and there are still quite a few tasks that have not been completed by some people.  It is difficult for us to judge how you are doing if you do not submit your tasks.

Ratio Support Information

Scale Factor Support Sheet

Step 1 and 1a support video

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Step 2 and 2a support video part one

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Step 2 and 2a support video part two

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Step 3 and 3a support video part one

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Step 3 and 3a support video part two

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Mrs Dodgson's Group

If you are in Mrs Dodgson's group, please complete the tasks below. 

Your focus this week is on number facts and money.

There are two tables sheets this week.  Tables 8 concentrates on the 2,3,4,5 and 10 x tables whereas Tables 8a adds in the 7,8 and 9 x tables.  Choose which one you want to do.

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