Two-way tables … without a table

I have recently put together some activities for two way tables, and as I said on the last blog, many exam boards now include questions that involve more than finishing a partially completed two-way table. This activity involves the students working through the questions to form the actual worded part of the question, which then gives them to information to draw and complete a two-way table. They can then finish off by answering the final questions.

Makes a great starter for the lesson after you have taught two-way tables to check the recollection of the students or a plenary activity.

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2012-12-17T18:22:01+00:00 December 17th, 2012|4 - Data, Blog, Intervention, PGCE, Resources|

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