Remote Home Learning
Maths Summer 2 Week 3 15.06.20 – Fractions, Decimals and Percentages.
This week we will continue to work on fractions, decimals and percentages (remember we are revising the topic so you should be able to complete the assignments using your learning from the year so far). Try to show your working out where possible. Please read the work carefully as it clearly states which work you do need to submit.
Each day you will have some arithmetic questions to answer in order to keep your fluency skills ticking over. You will find the answers at the end of the work…no cheating!
Again, you can refer to the BBC Bitesize daily lessons and White Rose home learning where you will find further explanations and examples of working with decimals. The link to the website can be found on the PowerPoint. Other useful websites have also been included.
Lesson 1 – To convert fractions to percentages
Use the PowerPoint to guide you through the steps of the methods used to converting fractions to percentages. There are visual representations and examples included for you to practise. Take your time to work through the examples then complete the tasks. Your tasks include some calculations to solve followed by mastery questions.
Lesson 2 – To find equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages
Work through the PowerPoint to finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. Use your knowledge of place value and learning from the previous two weeks to help you compete the tasks.
Lesson 3 – To compare and order fractions, decimals and percentages
As with the previous lessons, use the PowerPoint to work through comparing and ordering fractions, decimals and percentages. When ready, complete the tasks, showing your working out. There are also optional mastery questions.
Lesson 4 – Challenge questions
For Lesson 4, there are a selection of challenge questions on a PowerPoint. They are easier to begin with and become more challenging as you work through. They are questions from different maths topics and are good to complete as you will be referring back to your mathematical knowledge. There are 7 questions to complete and answers can be found on the last slide. You do not need to submit answers for these.
In addition to this, you can still log onto TTRS and MyMaths for additional work.