Introducing Probability with Fractions

Introducing Probability with Fractions / Key Stage 3 / Interactive Lessons
Introducing Probability with Fractions
Introducing Probability with Fractions
Introducing Probability with Fractions
Introducing Probability with Fractions

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Introducing Probability with Fractions

Introducing Probability with Fractions

Students learn how to write probabilities to describe the likelihood of an event.  As learning progresses students are challenged to create a series of events for fixed probabilities.

At the start of the lesson students consider possible outcomes from a series combined events.  In the plenary they are introduced to listing the permutations of multiple events.

Differentiated Learning Objectives

  • All students should be able to write the probability of a single event as a fraction.
  • Most students should be able to write the probability of a single event as a simplified fraction.
  • Some students should be able to write the probability of multiple events as a simplified fraction.

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