Adult Numeracy, Functional Maths, and GCSE Resources

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Three challenging Functional skills questions to get learners to draw 2D representations of 3D objects using a given scale. The questions are based on an exam question from an Edexcel L2 paper last year that learners found difficult.

Editor’s note
With answers and curriculum mapping.

Level
L2
Maths
MSS2/L2.3
MSS2/L2.1
MSS1/L2.10
MSS1/L1.11
Functional Maths - measures, shape & space
Context
Construction Carpentry Plumbing

A simple but effective dice game to help students become familiar with, and practise, calculating percentages of amounts. You will need to customise 2 dice by writing amounts on one and percentages on the other.
I usually play this game with low ability students after teaching them a fail-safe calculator method for working out percentages of amounts, but it can be adapted for higher level learners.
It also helps to reinforce that 0% of a number is nothing and 100% of a number is all of it.

Level
L2
L1
E3
Maths
N2/L2.8
Functional Maths - numbers and the number system
N2/L1.9
N2/L1.8

FDP (fraction – decimal – percentage) Functional Skills exam style questions at L1 and L2 (plus an extension question). Three lengthy questions.
The focus is on showing step by step, clear working out.

Editor’s note
With answer sheet and curriculum mapping

Level
L2
L1
Maths
Functional Maths - numbers and the number system

A Bonfire Night themed resource covering some aspects of literacy and numeracy.
The resource contains a basic reading comprehension about the History of Bonfire Night. This is followed by a numeracy activity where students have to buy fireworks for a display with a budget of £300. The final activity is a writing task and learners have to create a poster advertising the event.

I created this for an ILS (independent life skills) class but it could be used with Entry Functional Skills learners too.

Level
E3
E2
E1
English
Functional English - writing
Reading: text focus (comprehension)
Functional English reading
Maths
Functional Maths - measures, shape & space
Context
Independent living
History

Entry level Functional Skills Maths on the theme of vehicles queuing up ready to board a ferry.
Covers many aspects of Functional Maths including: number, position & size, simple lists and charts, and time.

Editor’s note
Two versions available: E1-E2 and E2-E3.
With detailed Functional Maths mapping and teaching tips

Level
E3
E2
E1
Maths
General numeracy / maths
Functional Maths
Context
Motor vehicles & Transport

PPT covering

  • Percentages of simple amounts (10%, 50% etc).
  • More challenging amounts (e.g 15%)
  • Percentage increase and decrease.
    Each objective has examples, followed by tasks.

 

Level
L1
L2
Maths
N2/L2.8
N2/L2.7
N2/L1.10
Functional Maths - numbers and the number system
N2/L1.9
N2/L1.8

A short cloze exercise on the Olympic Opening Ceremony based on numbers (E2-L1), plus a writing activity at 2 levels (E2-3 and L1-L2).

Editor’s note
The cloze is also a clever way of embedding some maths (large numbers).

Level
L2
L1
E3
E2
English
Functional English - writing
Functional English reading
Maths
Functional Maths - numbers and the number system
Context
Sport
News, Politics & Government items

A contextualised set of Functional Maths tasks for catering and hospitalitystudents.
Includes:

  • Counting up money and making up floats
  • Adding up prices and working out change
  • Extracting information from a table

A separate answer sheet is also included.

Level
L1
E3
Maths
Functional Maths - numbers and the number system
Functional Maths - measures, shape & space
Context
Retail Hospitality Customer service

I use this in my ESOL Functional Maths classes. I know there are already excellent measures / postal charges resources on Skillsworkshop, but I wanted to do a matching type exercise, which ESOL students are very familiar with.

Level
L1
E3
Maths
Functional Maths - measures, shape & space
Functional Maths - handling information and data
ESOL
ESOL Reading
Context
Retail Hospitality Customer service
Business & Money management

A worksheet suitable for those who have difficulty relating number amounts to the value of items. A hamburger £5 – a jacket £50. Exercises: write in the correct prices, match the word to the number, answer which is cheaper / more expensive. Includes answer key.

Editor’s note
This resources is available in UK pounds or Australian dollars. Ideal for E1-2 Functional Maths.

Level
E2
E1
Maths
Functional Maths - numbers and the number system
Context
Retail Hospitality Customer service