 Witton Middle School

# Maths

## Monday

1.10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold

2.Objective: To identify, describe and represent fractions

And/or  Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting lesson – Fractions of amounts

3.Now complete the homework for Fractions of amounts.

4.Extension question: Prove/disprove: 2/5 is always represented by a rectangle being cut into 5 pieces and two pieces being shaded in.

## Tuesday

1.10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold

2.Objective: To understand and describe equivalence

And/or Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting lesson – Equivalent fractions

3.Now complete the homework for Equivalent fractions.

4.Extension question: Prove/disprove: When fractions are equivalent, the denominators are multiples of the same number.

## Wednesday

1.10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold

2.Objective: To find equivalent fractions

3.Now complete 'Wednesday Fractions' worksheet (the answers are at the bottom of the worksheet)

4.Extension question: Prove/disprove: Non-unitary fractions can not be simplified.

## Thursday

1.10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold

2.Objective: To compare fractions less than 1

And/or Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting – Comparing fractions.

3.Now complete the homework for comparing fractions.

## Friday

1.10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold

2.Objective: To compare fractions greater than 1

And/or Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting – Comparing fractions.

## If you are secure with converting between mixed number and improper fractions use:

3. Extension task: Prove/disprove: If you only know two of the angles in a quadrilateral, it is impossible to calculate the missing angles.

Quiz of week’s concepts:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/zt6p34j/test