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.
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.
This resources is available in UK pounds or Australian dollars. Ideal for E1-2 Functional Maths.
Based on an infographic from the I Newspaper at https://twitter.com/iNewsGraphics/status/752825714920095744
this makes an ideal starter activity and discussion prompt with the infographic displayed on a large screen.
Can also be used as a traditional paper based worksheet, aimed at E1-E3 Functional Maths learners – questions cover graphs & charts, number, shapes and position.
Revision of all 4 number functions (+,-,x,÷). Originally aimed at JobCentrePlus Upskill clients but suitable for all. Contexts include office, fast food restaurant, and care home The first page is adapted from Liverpool Community College Flexipacks. All other work is original.
Includes Functional Maths mapping (E3-L2)
. Updated 4/7/17 for the 2017 Championships – dates and other info changed.
A gigantic worksheet / assessment pack based on Facts & Stats from the official Wimbledon site in 2016. Covers almost all aspects of Functional Maths and is split into differentiated sections covering Entry Level 2 to Level 2.
Minor update 3/7/16 – extra line graph question and improved graph paper.
This aural check was used to assess learners before they attended my intensive 1:1 support / revision sessions for the Level 1 Functional Maths exam. These were generally students that I had not met or taught before.