What’s the grade?!

Zeb Friedman’s Grade that Question

I have previously mentioned Zeb Friedman’s Grade that Question resources on the **Suffolk Maths site**; this such a good idea and will certainly help students become familiar with what is required at each level or grade. (See GCSE revision materials, **Foundation Tier Materials** and **Higher Tier Materials**).

There are many other resources where questions are given by level or grade, also resources to help students understand the various levels / grades; I have included useful links on the **Progression page**.

It struck me that grading the questions would make an ideal starter, this could then seamlessly turn into a main activity where students try the questions! I have therefore added this to the Starters site, I have also added some posts from this blog so anything I think useful for a starter is in one place. Note **Here’s the Diagram ….what’s the question?** (with additions since I first wrote the post), **Settlers** and **Ever wondered why; **Year 11 will be getting the **fractional and negative indices** ‘Ever wondered why’ worksheet from **Just Maths** as a starter this week!

It struck me whilst writing this post that we could turn the title round, supply the students with a topic and ask for a grade …. question. We could of course also turn round **Here’s the Diagram ….what’s the question** – let them read a wordy description and then draw the diagram – perhaps a useful exercise for Mechanics A Level students.

Now wondering about other possibilities for Here’s the ….. , what’s the …. ? resources!

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