In this lesson, we will be introducing timetables, what they can tell us and the skills we require to use them accurately when interpreting the information they possess. We will then be using a timetable to help respond to a series of questions and requests as an example of real life context.

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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.Look closely at the symbol. What does this symbol mean when used in mathematics?

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Q2.When converting between centimetres and inches, which of the following would be incorrect?

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Q3.What is the correct conversion rate between kilograms and pounds?

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Q4.Look carefully at the conversion graph below. Which statements is true.

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Q5.When trying to find the correct conversion rate, which unit of measurements might you consider using a conversion graph to help with?

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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.Look closely at the symbol. What does this symbol mean when used in mathematics?

1/5

Q2.When converting between centimetres and inches, which of the following would be incorrect?

2/5

Q3.What is the correct conversion rate between kilograms and pounds?

3/5

Q4.Look carefully at the conversion graph below. Which statements is true.

4/5

Q5.When trying to find the correct conversion rate, which unit of measurements might you consider using a conversion graph to help with?

5/5

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# Reading Timetables Quiz

Top work again everyone, you were focused throughout that lesson which enabled you to complete the task to a great standard. Now it is time to demonstrate how much of today's learning has been embedded and how confident you feel when interpreting information from timetables. I've got my fingers crossed for you all!

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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# Reading Timetables Quiz

Top work again everyone, you were focused throughout that lesson which enabled you to complete the task to a great standard. Now it is time to demonstrate how much of today's learning has been embedded and how confident you feel when interpreting information from timetables. I've got my fingers crossed for you all!

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

# Lesson summary: Reading timetables

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