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# Year 6 - Using written method 20.09.13

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## Tim Driscoll

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#### Transcript of Year 6 - Using written method 20.09.13

Number & Calculation.
I can choose a sensible written method to solve calculations.
How good am I!
Time to say how you feel you did!

Mark your learning objective with one of these...
Hold up! What does it mean?
Here's a SATs question!
Tables time...
Time for a problem!
Something's missing...
I can choose a sensible written method to solve calculations.
I can choose a sensible written method to solve calculations.
No Worries!
I'll be okay!
HELP!
This is what you need to be able to do...
Work the following calculation out mentally! 30 seconds...
1 HP
3 HP
-1 2 5 8 11 14 17 20
A strategy is the word we give to the method that we would use to solve a calculation. Some examples are;
Put these numbers in descending order...
8 4 12 16 24 32 28 20
Did you get it right?
32, 28, 24, 20, 16, 12, 8, 4
What number would go here? How do you know?
The numbers in this sequence increase by 75 each time.

Write in the two missing numbers.

? 725 800 875 950 ?
Column subtraction
Grid method
Bus stop
Table 1 & 2: 14 X 19

Table 3 & 4: 12 X 11

Table 6: 6 X 9
If I wake up at 6:30am, spend 20 minutes in the shower, 10 minutes getting dressed, 30 minutes walking the dog and 15 minutes driving to work, what time do I arrive at work?
You've got 1 minute... Sensible, clear steps! Give it a go!!!
2 HP
Use a sensible method to solve the following mystery calculation;
Table 1: 265 X ? =1855

Table 2, 3 & 4: 354 / 6 = ?

Table 5 & 6: 78 + ? = 110
Your task today is to decide what method should be used to solve a range of calculations.

Table 1 - Maths on Target Y6 - Page 6 - Activity C
Tables 2 & 3 - Maths on Target Y6 Page 6 - Activity B
Tables 4, 5 & 6 - Maths on Target Y6 Page 6 - Activity A
After every block of 6 questions, check your answer with a partner.
Don't forget to show your workings out!
Well what do you know...
You should now feel confident in your approach to simple + - X / calculations and so there is no need to fear a SATs question!

Here you go...
Everyone try this one...

634 x 6 =

And for a challenge...

816 ÷ 24 =

(this is a Level 5 question by the way!)
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