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Students learn how to construct a pie chart from a frequency table. As learning progresses they compare sets of...

Using real life data students learn how to draw and interpret line graphs. As learning progresses students learn...

Students learn how to illustrate and interpret a set of continuous data using bar charts. Population pyramids a...

Students learn how to describe relationships between two variables and illustrate them using scatter graphs. Sca...

To plot a time series at GCSE students are taught to choose suitable axes from the data available and recognise ...

To plot pie charts at GCSE students are taught to calculate a fraction of the circle using the frequency and sam...

To plot and interpret pictograms at GCSE students are taught to identify and recognise the value of a key. As l...

To interpret pie charts at GCSE students are taught to use equivalent ratios by identifying a common frequency a...

Students learn how to interpret histograms with unequal class widths at higher GCSE mathematics level. As learn...

To plot histograms at GCSE students are taught to find the frequency density from grouped data with unequal clas...

To plot frequency polygons at GCSE students learn how to choose suitable axes depending on the categorical data ...

To plot cumulative frequency graphs students are taught to find the cumulative frequency from grouped data table...

Students learn how to compare sets of data using box and whisker diagrams to measure the interquartile range and...

To plot bar charts at GCSE students learn how to choose suitable axes depending on the categorical data and freq...

September 10, 2018

An equation is when one expression, or term, is equal to another. To solve an equation means to find the value of the variable (represented by a letter) that makes the two expressions equal. There are two types of equations for secondary school mathematics, linear and none-linear. In this blog I write about how I […]August 4, 2018

When learning how to simplify surds students need to understand the difference between a rational and irrational number. Rational numbers include integers and terminating and repeating decimals. They can be written as a fraction with both the numerator and denominator as integers. An irrational number is a number which, in its decimal form does not […]July 9, 2018

There are three common methods for sharing an amount to a given ratio. Depending on the age group and ability range I am teaching I would choose one approach over the other two. The three methods are: Using fractions Unitary method Using a table In this blog I will demonstrate each of the three methods […]