Description
Sample Space Diagrams is a completely interactive lesson designed for learners taking GCSE (19).
Learning Objectives:

to be able to list the outcomes of one or more events using systematic listings;

and use this to find probability from two events.
Teachers can use the lesson for wholeclass teaching. Learners can also use it at home for practice and revisions.
There are lots of drag and drop activities as well as interactive worksheets with instant feedback.
The lesson contains 26 interactive slides in stunning design and dynamic graphics that will engage your learners.
Other topics in this category include

systematic listing strategies

estimating powers and roots of any given positive number

indices

surds

fractional indices

standard form

recurring decimals

ratio and proportions

rounding and estimations

simplify and manipulate algebraic expressions

algebraic fractions

factorising quadratic expressions of the form x^{2} + bx + c

the difference of 2 squares

factorising quadratic expressions of the form ax^{2} + bx + c

simplifying expressions involving sums, products and powers

laws of indices

parallel and perpendicular lines

the equation of the line segment

quadratic equations

trial and improvement

translate simple situations or procedures into algebraic expressions or formulae; derive an equation (or 2

simultaneous equations

linear inequalities

quadratic inequalities

linear sequences

quadratic sequences
Ratio, proportion and rates of change

compound measures

the gradient of a straight line

direct and inverse proportion
Geometry and measures

Transformations

Circle definitions and properties

Circle theorems

Plans and elevations

Arc lengths sector area

surface areas and volumes

Congruence and similarity

Pythagoras’ Theorem

Trigonometry

sine rule and cosine rule

translations as 2D vectors

Addition and subtraction of vectors

multiplication of vectors by a scalar

diagrammatic and column representations of vectors
Probability

probabilities of mutually exclusive events

probability of independent and dependent events

Conditional probabilities with twoway tables

Conditional probabilities with tree diagrams

Conditional probabilities with Venn diagrams
Statistics

Tables and line graphs

Histograms

cumulative frequency graphs

Box and whisker plots

Measures of central tendency

Quartiles and interquartile range

Scatter graphs