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Student Workbook for Ordinary Level Maths - Financial Maths

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19520/19243.pdf Added: 14 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Guide/notes

A guided student exercise booklet for Ordinary Level Mathematics on Financial Maths put together by teacher Aoife McDonnell. Front page includes a reference for students on what teacher expects them to know about Financial Maths. Booklet was used as a revision practice and guide for students. The structured step-by-step format enables struggling students to gain confidence in their ability to tackle problems - giving them reassurance throughout problems. Problems are also broken down into mini-achievable parts so students come away from saying "I can't do it" to "I can do part 1 and maybe 2 of the problem" From here, other students begin to discuss as some students will say "I can do part 3 of the problem" Students begin to look to one another for answers in a carefully planned out booklet approach to revision. (Note: Some topics are missing from the front list as these were worksheets from a very good old workbook.)

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Mathematics

Suggestions for use: A revision guide for students struggling with Ordinary Level Mathematics. Assign booklet for homework/ class work. Works successfully if teacher gets student to fill in the front cover after each lesson. (The date, and how many pages completed) By filling in the pages completed, students generate a competitive side to progressing which is often missing in weaker groups. Regular feedback is crucial to motivate the students daily/ weekly. (Stickers actually worked with a group I taught)

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Language: English
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Student Workbook for Ordinary Level Maths - Complex Numbers

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19519/19242.pdf Added: 14 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Guide/notes

A guided student exercise booklet for Ordinary Level Mathematics on Complex Numbers put together by teacher Aoife McDonnell. Front page includes a reference for students on what teacher expects them to know about Complex Numbers. Booklet was used as a revision practice and guide for students. The structured step-by-step format enables struggling students to gain confidence in their ability to tackle problems - giving them reassurance throughout problems. Problems are also broken down into mini-achievable parts so students come away from saying "I can't do it" to "I can do part 1 and maybe 2 of the problem" From here, other students begin to discuss as some students will say "I can do part 3 of the problem" Students begin to look to one another for answers in a carefully planned out booklet approach to revision. (Note: Some topics are missing from the front list as these were worksheets from a very good old workbook.)

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Mathematics

Suggestions for use: A revision guide for students struggling with Ordinary Level Mathematics. Assign booklet for homework/ class work. Works successfully if teacher gets student to fill in the front cover after each lesson. (The date, and how many pages completed) By filling in the pages completed, students generate a competitive side to progressing which is often missing in weaker groups. Regular feedback is crucial to motivate the students daily/ weekly. (Stickers actually worked with a group I taught)

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Language: English
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Student Workbook for Ordinary Level Maths - Arithmetic

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19516/19239.pdf Added: 14 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Guide/notes

A guided student exercise booklet for Ordinary Level Mathematics on Arithmetic put together by teacher Aoife McDonnell. Front page includes a reference for students on what teacher expects them to know about Arithmetic. Booklet was used as a revision practice and guide for students. The structured step-by-step format enables struggling students to gain confidence in their ability to tackle problems - giving them reassurance throughout problems. Problems are also broken down into mini-achievable parts so students come away from saying "I can't do it" to "I can do part 1 and maybe 2 of the problem" From here, other students begin to discuss as some students will say "I can do part 3 of the problem" Students begin to look to one another for answers in a carefully planned out booklet approach to revision. (Note: Some topics are missing from the front list as these were worksheets from a very good old workbook.)

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Mathematics

Strand: 3. Number

Strand unit: 1. Number Systems (Complex Numbers,Sequences)

Suggestions for use: A revision guide for students struggling with Ordinary Level Mathematics. Assign booklet for homework/ class work. Works successfully if teacher gets student to fill in the front cover after each lesson. (The date, and how many pages completed) By filling in the pages completed, students generate a competitive side to progressing which is often missing in weaker groups. Regular feedback is crucial to motivate the students daily/ weekly. (Stickers actually worked with a group I taught)


Strand: 3. Number

Strand unit: 2. Indices & Logarithms

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Language: English
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Student Workbook for Ordinary Level Maths - Probability

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19517/19240.pdf Added: 14 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Guide/notes

A guided student exercise booklet for Ordinary Level Mathematics on Probability put together by teacher Aoife McDonnell. Front page includes a reference for students on what teacher expects them to know about Probability. Booklet was used as a revision practice and guide for students. The structured step-by-step format enables struggling students to gain confidence in their ability to tackle problems - giving them reassurance throughout problems. Problems are also broken down into mini-achievable parts so students come away from saying "I can't do it" to "I can do part 1 and maybe 2 of the problem" From here, other students begin to discuss as some students will say "I can do part 3 of the problem" Students begin to look to one another for answers in a carefully planned out booklet approach to revision. (Note: Some topics are missing from the front list as these were worksheets from a very good old workbook.)

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Strand: 1. Statistics & Probability

Strand unit: 2. Concept of Probability

Suggestions for use: A revision guide for students struggling with Ordinary Level Mathematics. Assign booklet for homework/ class work. Works successfully if teacher gets student to fill in the front cover after each lesson. (The date, and how many pages completed) By filling in the pages completed, students generate a competitive side to progressing which is often missing in weaker groups. Regular feedback is crucial to motivate the students daily/ weekly. (Stickers actually worked with a group I taught)


Strand: 1. Statistics & Probability

Strand unit: 1. Counting

Suggestions for use: A revision guide for students struggling with Ordinary Level Mathematics. Assign booklet for homework/ class work. Works successfully if teacher gets student to fill in the front cover after each lesson. (The date, and how many pages completed) By filling in the pages completed, students generate a competitive side to progressing which is often missing in weaker groups. Regular feedback is crucial to motivate the students daily/ weekly. (Stickers actually worked with a group I taught)


Strand: 1. Statistics & Probability

Strand unit: 3. Outcomes of Random Process


Strand: 1. Statistics & Probability

Strand unit: 5. Finding, Collecting, Organising Data

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Language: English
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Hint Sheets for Completing OL Exam Papers

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19499/19222.zip Added: 12 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Exam Papers / Help Sheets

Hint sheets for students to complete the past exam paper questions 2012 - 2015 (Paper 2). Each question is broken down with formulas needed given. Students apply the hint to answering a challenging question.

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Mathematics

Strand: Supplementary Resources

Strand unit: Revision

Suggestions for use: Pupils can practice the exam paper questions in groups of four. Create a relay system, whereby groups get the hint for question 1. Groups complete question 1. Groups bring work to teacher for approval before receiving question 2 hint. Allow students to use research material to aid discussion and problem solving.

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Language: English
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Revision Targets for Students (Ordinary Level Maths)

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19522/19245.pdf Added: 14 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Checklist

A student friendly format for creating a revision target list for students throughout 6th year revision for the Leaving Certificate examinations. Teacher can adjust the target dates to their own customized dates.

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Mathematics

Strand: Supplementary Resources

Strand unit: Revision

Suggestions for use: A guided approach for students to complete regular revision throughout sixth year for their Leaving Cert. exams.

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Language: English
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Student Revision Guideline - Ordinary Level & Foundation Level Maths

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19521/19244.pdf Added: 14 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Guide/notes

A checklist on expectations on topics students need to be aware of for their Leaving Certificate Ordinary and Foundation Level Maths exams. The checklist includes a list of common topics on paper 1 and paper 2. (Be weary that topics on paper 1 could appear on paper 2 - vice versa.) The checklist is a guide on what is needed when completing revision for State Examination Exams.

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Strand: Supplementary Resources

Strand unit: Revision

Suggestions for use: Use guide as a checklist for students to regularly review throughout the year. Advice students to glue the worksheet into the front of their exercise books / exam papers.

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Language: English
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PowerPoint on Time Management in Maths Exam

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/19525/19248.pptx Added: 14 Oct 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type: Reference

PowerPoint looking into the power of time management. Lower ability students may struggle with time management skills. It is a good practice to help students prepare their timing in answering questions when under time constraint. By having students management skills ready, students will be more confident in what and how they can sit the exam confidently. Having time management skills also reduces anxiety and stress associated with exams.

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Mathematics

Strand: Supplementary Resources

Strand unit: Revision

Suggestions for use: Use the PowerPoint in class to empower students in tackling the examination process. Allow students to research the date for the exam and fill into the PowerPoint during class. This gives ownership to the students in managing their progress and learning. If students are involved, the process becomes more personal and individualised to them. Get the class into groups to discuss the timing needed for each question. (Note that the marks for questions change yearly for questions)

Asset type: Presentation
Language: English
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