#### 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?**

Your Activities...

Your Go!

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 addition

Column subtraction

Grid method

Bus stop

Table 1 & 2: 14 X 19

Table 3 & 4: 12 X 11

Table 6: 6 X 9

Answers on your whiteboards please!

On your whiteboards solve this...

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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