Calculating time intervals on timetables

Today we will be sharing efficient methods for calculating the time intervals listed on timetables. By using the methods modelled, we will be able to identify missing information on incomplete timetables.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Numbers that tell the position of something in a list are known by which name?

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Q2.On which day is there the least amount of gold medal events taking place?

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Q3.Which sport had the most amount of days on which a gold medal event took place?

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Q4.Amy has a job interview in West Ealing at 12.15. What is the latest bus she can catch from her home in Hayes to make sure she arrives on time?

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Q5.How long does the bus take to travel Hayes to Ealing Broadway?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Numbers that tell the position of something in a list are known by which name?

1/5

Q2.On which day is there the least amount of gold medal events taking place?

2/5

Q3.Which sport had the most amount of days on which a gold medal event took place?

3/5

Q4.Amy has a job interview in West Ealing at 12.15. What is the latest bus she can catch from her home in Hayes to make sure she arrives on time?

4/5

Q5.How long does the bus take to travel Hayes to Ealing Broadway?

5/5

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Calculating Time Intervals

Wow we really did cover so much information during that lesson and we shared a number of efficient methods for working out time intervals so we can read timetables and schedules with confidence. Now it is time for you to put your new knowledge into action by having a go at the quiz. Take you time!

Q1.When attempting to work out a time interval, which method listed is considered effective.

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Q2.Yasmin was told her school breaktime would be taking place at 10:45 today and last for 20 minutes. She wanted to work out what time she would be returning to class so she quickly wrote this calculation to find out. But she is incorrect. Can you explain why?

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Q3.Oh no! The Olympic Games organizers have printed the schedule but there is an error they did not spot! For which sport is the error situated?

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Q4.They never learn do they! A second mistake has been spotted on the same day, this time it was written on the second timetable that was released! But on which column is the mistake situated?

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Q5.Things have become very complicated down at the lake and the rowers are becoming very confused! Their schedules are full of errors. How many mistakes can you see in the table below?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Calculating Time Intervals

Wow we really did cover so much information during that lesson and we shared a number of efficient methods for working out time intervals so we can read timetables and schedules with confidence. Now it is time for you to put your new knowledge into action by having a go at the quiz. Take you time!

Q1.When attempting to work out a time interval, which method listed is considered effective.

1/5

Q2.Yasmin was told her school breaktime would be taking place at 10:45 today and last for 20 minutes. She wanted to work out what time she would be returning to class so she quickly wrote this calculation to find out. But she is incorrect. Can you explain why?

2/5

Q3.Oh no! The Olympic Games organizers have printed the schedule but there is an error they did not spot! For which sport is the error situated?

3/5

Q4.They never learn do they! A second mistake has been spotted on the same day, this time it was written on the second timetable that was released! But on which column is the mistake situated?

4/5

Q5.Things have become very complicated down at the lake and the rowers are becoming very confused! Their schedules are full of errors. How many mistakes can you see in the table below?

5/5

Lesson summary: Calculating time intervals on timetables

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