## TGT Representing data

Hearts

The bar chart below shows information about poultry sales on a particular Saturday.

Q1. Which term best describes the data type: | |||

Numerical Categorical | c) Discrete | d) Ordinal | |

Q2. What fraction of chickens sold were fresh? | |||

6/106/3010/306/16 | |||

Q3. Which type of poultry was purchased most often? | |||

ChickenTurkeyDuck | |||

Q4. Which items sales are equal to fresh chicken and frozen duck combined? | |||

Frozen ChickenFresh TurkeyFrozen TurkeyFrozen Duck | |||

Q5. If profit on frozen turkey is €2 and profit on a fresh turkey is €4, which one gave the greatest total profit? | |||

Neither both the sameFresh TurkeyFrozen Turkey | |||

Q6. Which item should the butcher stock most of next Saturday? | |||

ChickenTurkeyDuck |

Spades

These bar-line graphs show the number of hours watched by four boys one week.

Q1. Which person watched most TV at the beginning and end of the week? | |||

PatDarren | c) Tony | d) Brian | |

Q2. Who watched about the same amount of TV each day? | |||

PatDarren | c) Tony | d) Brian | |

Q3. Who watched a lot of TV on four days but not much on the other three days? | |||

PatDarren | c) Tony | d) Brian | |

Q4. Each day I watched more TV than on the day before. | |||

PatDarren | c) Tony | d) Brian | |

Q5. Which person watched the most TV at the weekends? | |||

PatDarren | c) Tony | d) Brian | |

Q6. One of these people has football training on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, who do you think it is? | |||

PatDarren | c) Tony | d) Brian |

Diamonds

This Pie Chart shows pets owned by first year students.

Q1. Which is the most popular pet? | |||

Dog Cat | c) Budgie | d) None | |

Q2. What is the measurement of the angle for those students marked none? | |||

20406080 | |||

Q3. If there were 24 dog owners, how many students were surveyed? | |||

48607284 | |||

Q4. If 72 people were surveyed, how many own a budgie? | |||

Q5. If 36 people were surveyed, how many more cat owner than dog owners are there? | |||

Q6. What fraction of students own a budgie? | |||

20/30020/10020/36020/180 |

Clubs

The stem and leaf diagram shows the ages, in years, of people entering a shop.

Q1. What is the lowest mark? | |||

04 | C) 8 | d) 12 | |

Q2. What is the mode of the data? | |||

672614 | |||

Q3. How many people are less than 20 years old? | |||

2 468 | |||

Q4. What is the range for this set of figures? | |||

8265446 | |||

Q5. How many people were surveyed? | |||

Q6. How many people were 40 and over? | |||

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | A | 1 | C | 1 | B | 1 | C |

2 | D | 2 | B | 2 | 60 | 2 | C |

3 | A | 3 | D | 3 | C | 3 | C |

4 | C | 4 | A | 4 | 4 | 4 | D |

5 | C | 5 | A | 5 | 4 | 5 | 26 |

6 | A | 6 | D | 6 | C | 6 | 9 |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | A | 1 | C | 1 | B | 1 | C |

2 | D | 2 | B | 2 | 60 | 2 | C |

3 | A | 3 | D | 3 | C | 3 | C |

4 | C | 4 | A | 4 | 4 | 4 | D |

5 | C | 5 | A | 5 | 4 | 5 | 26 |

6 | A | 6 | D | 6 | C | 6 | 9 |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | A | 1 | C | 1 | B | 1 | C |

2 | D | 2 | B | 2 | 60 | 2 | C |

3 | A | 3 | D | 3 | C | 3 | C |

4 | C | 4 | A | 4 | 4 | 4 | D |

5 | C | 5 | A | 5 | 4 | 5 | 26 |

6 | A | 6 | D | 6 | C | 6 | 9 |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | A | 1 | C | 1 | B | 1 | C |

2 | D | 2 | B | 2 | 60 | 2 | C |

3 | A | 3 | D | 3 | C | 3 | C |

4 | C | 4 | A | 4 | 4 | 4 | D |

5 | C | 5 | A | 5 | 4 | 5 | 26 |

6 | A | 6 | D | 6 | C | 6 | 9 |

## TGT Probability

Hearts

Q1. If there are 6 red marbles and 10 green marbles in a bag, what is the probability of getting a green? |

Q2. How many outcomes are there when you flip a coin? |

Q3. What is the probability of getting a 1 on a fair dice? |

Q4.What is the probability that the counter selected is green? |

Q5. What is the probability of getting a head when tossing a coin? |

34973281 |

Q6. From the cards above, what is the probability of getting a yellow card? |

Q7. From the cards above, what is the probability of getting a multiple of 3? |

Spades

Gemma and Emma dropped a pin on the ground. Here are their results:GemmaEmmaTrials20Trials100Point Up10Point Up75 |

Q1. See above: What is the probability for Gemma of getting “point up”? |

Q2. See above: Whose results are more reliable? (2marks)Why? (1mark bonus) |

Q3. If there are 6 beads in a bag, 1 black, 2 green and 3 purple, which colour is least likely to be picked? |

Q4. What is the probability of getting a head based on this experiment:H,H,T,H,T,H,T,T,T,H,H,H,T,T,H,T,T,T,H, T? |

Q5. What is the probability of getting a 2 based on this experiment?2, 3, 9, 1, 4, 7, 2, 2, 5, 8. |

Q6. There are 33 counters in a bag, 13 blue, 17 red and the rest green, what is the probability of getting a green counter? |

Q7. Name all the possible outcomes when tossing two coins. |

Diamonds

Q1. There are 20 cars in a car park, 4 blue, 5 green, 6 red and 5 black. What is the probability of the next car to leave being blue? | |||

Q2. What is the chance of a banana being able to tallk? | |||

ImpossibleCertainEven chanceLikely | |||

Q3. What is the likelihood that a baby will be born in Ireland tomorrow? | |||

ImpossibleCertainEven chanceLikely | |||

Q4. The probability of getting a red ball from a bag is 4/7, what is the least number of red balls in the bag? | |||

Q5.Which spinner would you pick if you wanted a better chance of landing on blue? | |||

Q6. What is the probability of getting a 4 or higher from these cards?1 1245161 | |||

Q7. A card is picked at random from a deck of cards, what is the probability of the card being a prime number? |

Clubs

Q1. What is the probability of getting a shaded circle? | |||

Q2. If I throw a dice, what is the probability of getting an odd number? | |||

Q3. What is the probability of picking a red card from a deck of cards? | |||

Q4. How many outcomes are on a dice? | |||

7 564 | |||

Q5. Seun recorded the result of 50 home gamesWon25Lost10Draw15What is the probability of the team losing their next game? | |||

Q6. A dice is thrown and a coin is tossed, how many outcomes are there? | |||

Q7. What is the probability of getting a picture card from a standard deck of cards? |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | 10/16 | 1 | ½ | 1 | 4/20 | 1 | 4/6 |

2 | 2 | 2 | Emma, more trials | 2 | a) Impossible | 2 | 3/6 |

3 | 1/6 | 3 | Black | 3 | b) Certain | 3 | ½ or 26/52 |

4 | 3/7 | 4 | 9/20 | 4 | 4 | 4 | c) 6 |

5 | ½ | 5 | 3/10 | 5 | (iii) | 5 | 10/50 |

6 | 1/8 | 6 | 3/33 | 6 | 3/8 | 6 | 12 |

7 | 3/8 | 7 | HH, TT, HT, TH | 7 | 4/13 | 7 | 3/13 or 12/52 |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | 10/16 | 1 | ½ | 1 | 4/20 | 1 | 4/6 |

2 | 2 | 2 | Emma, more trials | 2 | a) Impossible | 2 | 3/6 |

3 | 1/6 | 3 | Black | 3 | b) Certain | 3 | ½ or 26/52 |

4 | 3/7 | 4 | 9/20 | 4 | 4 | 4 | c) 6 |

5 | ½ | 5 | 3/10 | 5 | (iii) | 5 | 10/50 |

6 | 1/8 | 6 | 3/33 | 6 | 3/8 | 6 | 12 |

7 | 3/8 | 7 | HH, TT, HT, TH | 7 | 4/13 | 7 | 3/13 or 12/52 |

## TGT Probability

Hearts

Q1. If there are 6 red marbles and 10 green marbles in a bag, what is the probability of getting a green? |

Q2. How many outcomes are there when you flip a coin? |

Q3. What is the probability of getting a 1 on a fair dice? |

Q4.What is the probability that the counter selected is green? |

Q5. What is the probability of getting a head when tossing a coin? |

34973281 |

Q6. From the cards above, what is the probability of getting a yellow card? |

Q7. From the cards above, what is the probability of getting a multiple of 3? |

Spades

Gemma and Emma dropped a pin on the ground. Here are their results:GemmaEmmaTrials20Trials100Point Up10Point Up75 |

Q1. See above: What is the probability for Gemma of getting “point up”? |

Q2. See above: Whose results are more reliable? (2marks)Why? (1mark bonus) |

Q3. If there are 6 beads in a bag, 1 black, 2 green and 3 purple, which colour is least likely to be picked? |

Q4. What is the probability of getting a head based on this experiment:H,H,T,H,T,H,T,T,T,H,H,H,T,T,H,T,T,T,H, T? |

Q5. What is the probability of getting a 2 based on this experiment?2, 3, 9, 1, 4, 7, 2, 2, 5, 8. |

Q6. There are 33 counters in a bag, 13 blue, 17 red and the rest green, what is the probability of getting a green counter? |

Q7. Name all the possible outcomes when tossing two coins. |

Diamonds

Q1. There are 20 cars in a car park, 4 blue, 5 green, 6 red and 5 black. What is the probability of the next car to leave being blue? | |||

Q2. What is the chance of a banana being able to tallk? | |||

ImpossibleCertainEven chanceLikely | |||

Q3. What is the likelihood that a baby will be born in Ireland tomorrow? | |||

ImpossibleCertainEven chanceLikely | |||

Q4. The probability of getting a red ball from a bag is 4/7, what is the least number of red balls in the bag? | |||

Q5.Which spinner would you pick if you wanted a better chance of landing on blue? | |||

Q6. What is the probability of getting a 4 or higher from these cards?1 1245161 | |||

Q7. A card is picked at random from a deck of cards, what is the probability of the card being a prime number? |

Clubs

Q1. What is the probability of getting a shaded circle? | |||

Q2. If I throw a dice, what is the probability of getting an odd number? | |||

Q3. What is the probability of picking a red card from a deck of cards? | |||

Q4. How many outcomes are on a dice? | |||

7 564 | |||

Q5. Seun recorded the result of 50 home gamesWon25Lost10Draw15What is the probability of the team losing their next game? | |||

Q6. A dice is thrown and a coin is tossed, how many outcomes are there? | |||

Q7. What is the probability of getting a picture card from a standard deck of cards? |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | 10/16 | 1 | ½ | 1 | 4/20 | 1 | 4/6 |

2 | 2 | 2 | Emma, more trials | 2 | a) Impossible | 2 | 3/6 |

3 | 1/6 | 3 | Black | 3 | b) Certain | 3 | ½ or 26/52 |

4 | 3/7 | 4 | 9/20 | 4 | 4 | 4 | c) 6 |

5 | ½ | 5 | 3/10 | 5 | (iii) | 5 | 10/50 |

6 | 1/8 | 6 | 3/33 | 6 | 3/8 | 6 | 12 |

7 | 3/8 | 7 | HH, TT, HT, TH | 7 | 4/13 | 7 | 3/13 or 12/52 |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | 10/16 | 1 | ½ | 1 | 4/20 | 1 | 4/6 |

2 | 2 | 2 | Emma, more trials | 2 | a) Impossible | 2 | 3/6 |

3 | 1/6 | 3 | Black | 3 | b) Certain | 3 | ½ or 26/52 |

4 | 3/7 | 4 | 9/20 | 4 | 4 | 4 | c) 6 |

5 | ½ | 5 | 3/10 | 5 | (iii) | 5 | 10/50 |

6 | 1/8 | 6 | 3/33 | 6 | 3/8 | 6 | 12 |

7 | 3/8 | 7 | HH, TT, HT, TH | 7 | 4/13 | 7 | 3/13 or 12/52 |

## Mind Map Statistics

## TGT Data

Hearts

Q1. Which of these averages would you use to measure the most common value. | |||

Mean | Mode | Median | Range |

Q2. Which of these averages gives you the middle value? | |||

MeanModeMedianRange | |||

Q3. Which of these averages is the highest value minus the lowest value? | |||

MeanModeMedianRange | |||

Q4. Which of these averages is the sum of the values divided by the amount of the values. | |||

MeanModeMedianRange | |||

Q5. Which average is best used to in relation to colour of a car? | |||

MeanModeMedianRange | |||

Q6. Which average is best used to find the spread of the data? | |||

MeanModeMedianRange |

Spades

Q1. Doing a survey of your friends favourite singer is an example of: | |||

Primary DataSecondary Data | c) Random Sample | d) Discrete data | |

Q2. Which of these is the odd one out: | |||

DiscreteContinuousNumericCategorical | |||

Q3. Which of these types of data is the odd one out: | |||

GenderHeightEye colourHair colour | |||

Q4. Which of these is not an example of secondary data? | |||

Taking the number of goals scored from the newspaperGoing online to find the number of babies born in January.Look up on-line to see which was the most common car colour sold.Recording how many people go into a shop at lunchtime. | |||

Q5. Which of these types of numerical data is the odd one out? | |||

Shoe sizeweightnumber of girls in a roomamount of coins in your pocket | |||

Q6. What is the term used to describe the group of people involved in a survey? | |||

Diamonds

Q1. Which of these is not an example of bias: | |||

Asking boys only. Asking adults only. | c) Asking car owners only | d) Asking every 5^{th} person that passes. | |

Q2. Which of these is an example of a random sample: | |||

Picking names from a hat.Asking everyone who passes you.Asking everyone in your class.Asking everyone in your school. | |||

Q3. Which of these should you omit (leave out) when designing a questionnaire: | |||

Short questions.Questions with tick boxes.Personal questions.Simple questions. | |||

Q4. Give an example of a leading question: | |||

Q5.How would you get the age breakdown of the people who respond to your survey? | |||

Ask them directly.Judge by looking at them.Don’t ask it’s too personal.Ask them to tick a box if they’re between a certain age. | |||

Q6. Why is bias a bad thing? | |||

Clubs

Q1. What is the mode of the following set of figures?1, 1, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4. | |||

12 | C) 3 | d) 4 | |

Q2. What is the median of the following set of figures?1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9. | |||

4568 | |||

Q3. What is the most likely mean of the following set of figures?1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9. | |||

1 589 | |||

Q4. What is the range for this set of figures:1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9. | |||

1 589 | |||

Q5. What is the mode of this frequency table:No. of children1234No. of families4524 | |||

1 2 3 4 | |||

Q6. When is it not appropriate to use the mean? | |||

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | B | 1 | A | 1 | D | 1 | C |

2 | C | 2 | D | 2 | A | 2 | B |

3 | D | 3 | B | 3 | C | 3 | B |

4 | A | 4 | D | 4 | Don’t you agree… | 4 | C |

5 | B | 5 | B | 5 | D | 5 | B |

6 | D | 6 | Population | 6 | Everyone’s views not represented. | 6 | When data is too spread out |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | B | 1 | A | 1 | D | 1 | C |

2 | C | 2 | D | 2 | A | 2 | B |

3 | D | 3 | B | 3 | C | 3 | B |

4 | A | 4 | D | 4 | Don’t you agree… | 4 | C |

5 | B | 5 | B | 5 | D | 5 | B |

6 | D | 6 | Population | 6 | Everyone’s views not represented. | 6 | When data is too spread out |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | B | 1 | A | 1 | D | 1 | C |

2 | C | 2 | D | 2 | A | 2 | B |

3 | D | 3 | B | 3 | C | 3 | B |

4 | A | 4 | D | 4 | Don’t you agree… | 4 | C |

5 | B | 5 | B | 5 | D | 5 | B |

6 | D | 6 | Population | 6 | Everyone’s views not represented. | 6 | When data is too spread out |

## TGT Angles

Hearts

Q1.Geometry is based on work by… | |||

Euclid | Pythagoras | Archimedes | Newton |

Q2.Which of these is correct notation for a ray? | |||

AB | [AB] | [AB | |AB| |

Q3.If three points are on the same line, the points are said to be… | |||

Collinear | Parallel | Perpendicular | None of these |

Q4.An angle between 90° and 180° is called… | |||

reflex | acute | obtuse | right |

Q5.Two angles that add up to 180° are called… | |||

reflex | alternate | corresponding | supplementary |

Q6.Angles are measured using a… | |||

Ruler | Set-square | Protractor | Compass |

Spades

In the following diagram,

Q1.The ∠a and the ∠e are equal because they are… | |||

Corresponding | Opposite | c) Alternate | d) Supplementary |

Q2. The ∠c and the ∠e are equal because they are… | |||

Corresponding | Opposite | c) Alternate | d) Supplementary |

Q3. The ∠f and the ∠h are equal because they are… | |||

Corresponding | Opposite | c) Alternate | d) Supplementary |

Q4. The ∠g is not equal to which of these angles… | |||

∠ e | ∠a | ∠c | ∠f |

Q5. Which of these are interior angles? | |||

∠e & ∠f | ∠e & ∠g | ∠e & ∠d | ∠e & ∠a |

Q6. If ∠d is equal to 60°, then ∠a equals… | |||

60° | 180° | 240° | 120° |

Diamonds

Q1.Calculate the value of ∠a |

Q2.Calculate the value of ∠b |

Q3.Calculate the value of ∠c |

Q4.Calculate the value of ∠d |

Q5.Calculate the value of ∠e |

Q6.Explain why a triangle can never have a reflex angle. |

Clubs

Q1.What type of triangle is ∆ABD | |||

ScaleneRight-angled | c) Equilateral | d) isosceles | |

Q2. What type of triangle is ∆BDC | |||

ScaleneRight-angled | c) Equilateral | d) isosceles | |

Q3.What is the measure of the angle ∠BCD | |||

Q4.Name another angle equal in measure to ∠BAD | |||

Q5.Calculate the size of the angle ∠ADB | |||

Q6. Explain why ∠ADC is not a straight angle °? | |||

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | A | 1 | A | 1 | 78° – Add to 180° | 1 | D |

2 | C | 2 | C | 2 | 42° – alternate | 2 | C |

3 | A | 3 | B | 3 | 60° – alternate | 3 | 60° |

4 | C | 4 | D | 4 | 102° – opposite angle | 4 | Abd |

5 | D | 5 | C | 5 | 78° – opposite angle | 5 | 124° |

6 | C | 6 | D | 6 | Reflex angle is greater than 180°, triangle can only be 180°. | 6 | 124° + 60° = 184° straight angle must be 180° |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | A | 1 | A | 1 | 78° – Add to 180° | 1 | D |

2 | C | 2 | C | 2 | 42° – alternate | 2 | C |

3 | A | 3 | B | 3 | 60° – alternate | 3 | 60° |

4 | C | 4 | D | 4 | 102° – opposite angle | 4 | Abd |

5 | D | 5 | C | 5 | 78° – opposite angle | 5 | 124° |

6 | C | 6 | D | 6 | Reflex angle is greater than 180°, triangle can only be 180°. | 6 | 124° + 60° = 184° straight angle must be 180° |

Answers | |||||||

Hearts | Spades | Diamonds | Clubs | ||||

1 | A | 1 | A | 1 | 78° – Add to 180° | 1 | D |

2 | C | 2 | C | 2 | 42° – alternate | 2 | C |

3 | A | 3 | B | 3 | 60° – alternate | 3 | 60° |

4 | C | 4 | D | 4 | 102° – opposite angle | 4 | Abd |

5 | D | 5 | C | 5 | 78° – opposite angle | 5 | 124° |

6 | C | 6 | D | 6 | Reflex angle is greater than 180°, triangle can only be 180°. | 6 | 124° + 60° = 184° straight angle must be 180° |

## TGT Casablanca

**HEARTS – QUESTIONS**

- During which war was “Casablanca” set?
- In what city did Rick first meet Ilsa?
- What is the name of Rick’s café in Casablanca?
- What is the name of the café in Paris where Rick and Ilsa meet?
- How many Oscars did the film “Casablanca” win?
- What is the nationality of Victor Laslo?
- What nationality is Rick?

**HEARTS – ANSWERS**

- World War 2
- Paris
- Café Americain
- La Belle Aurore
- 3 Oscars
- Czech or Czeckslovakian
- American

**DIAMONDS – QUESTIONS**

- What song does Rick forbid Sam to play?
- What was Rick’s surname?
- What is the name of Ferrari’s café in competition with Rick’s café in Casablanca?
- How long exactly had the young woman who asked Rick’s opinion on Renault been married?
- Name the Czech Resistance leader to whom Ilsa was married.
- How long was Victor Laslo in a concentration camp?
- From what European city did most refugees leave (after Casablanca) to reach the United States?

**DIAMONDS – ANSWERS**

- “As time goes by.”
- Blaine
- The Blue Parrot
- 8 weeks
- Victor Laslo
- 1 year
- Lisbon

**CLUBS – QUESTIONS**

- Name the principal location – ie country – where the movie “Casablanca” is set – not the flashback.
- What country was Ilsa originally from?
- From which French port did the refugees leave to cross to Casablanca?
- What colour dress was Ilsa wearing the day the German army occupied Paris?
- Name the director of the film “Casablanca”.
- Name the game at which Rick helps a man to win money.
- What word is missing in this quotation: “I stick my ____ out for nobody?”

**CLUBS – ANSWERS**

- Morocco or French Morocco (either answer is correct).
- Norway
- Marseille
- Blue
- Michael Curtiz
- Roulette
- Neck

**SPADES – QUESTIONS**

- On what continent would you find Casablanca?
- How many times had Laslo reputedly (supposedly) been killed? – Exact number please.
- Where exactly does Rick hide the exit visas?
- Who played the role of Ilsa Lund?
- What is the closing sentence of the film Casablanca, as Rick and Renault walk away from the airport hangar? (As exactly as possible.)
- What is the name of the Nazi major in the film?
- Across what sea did the refugees sail to reach Casablanca from France?

**SPADES – ANSWERS**

- Africa
- 5 times
- In the piano
- Ingrid Bergman
- “I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.”
- Major Strausser
- The Mediterranean

## Teams Games Tournament

A GREAT WAY TO REVISE

G**UIDELINES**

Compile a series of questions and answers on a topic to be revised(c 24-40).

Divide q and a’s into 4 sets and label them hearts, diamonds, spades and clubs. Produce 4 question sheets and four answer sheets.

Copy the question sheets and answer sheets by as many groups as you have in your class.

Staple the 4 question sheets together and then the 4 answer sheets together.

Teams need 2 sheets of paper and 2 pens to record scores.

Give a deck of cards to each group. If there are 6 questions have students sort the ace to 6 of each suit + the queen of each suit. (If 7,8,9,10 questions add the relevant cards.)

Divide your class into groups/teams of 4 (if there’s an odd number have some groups of 3). In a group of 3 the teacher should select the student to work alone – a student with a strong grasp of the subject.

**THE TOURNAMENT BEGINS**

Teams in groups. Ask 2 students from each team to go to another table (or where there are 3 students, the teacher selects the student to move).

Tell students they have 10 minutes to ask and answer as many questions as possible.

One pair of students has the question sheets. The second pair has the answer sheets.

The pair with the question sheets draw the top card from the deck. They try to answer the question for the card they have drawn – eg ace of clubs = question 1 on the clubs question sheet.

They give their answer and the opposing pair say whether it is right or wrong. If correct the mark is recorded.

Should a queen be drawn, the players pick the next card and stand to win double marks. If they are lucky enough to draw a second queen they quadruple the marks and so on!

Then the pairs swop question and answer sheets and draw again.

The aim is to ask and answer as many questions as possible within the time allowed.

When the teacher indicated that time is up the students thank the others at their table and then return to their original group, carrying with them the points they have earned.

Once back to the home table the scores of the 2 pairs are added.

The winning team is the team that scored the highest mark.

A prize might be in order.

## Teams Games Tournament Leaving Cert. English Poetry

TEAMS GAMES TOURNAMENT – LEAVING CERT. ENGLISH POETRY – REVISION

**HEARTS – QUESTIONS**

- What county did Patrick Kavanagh come from?
- How many lines are there in a sonnet?
- In “Shancoduff” what colour does Kavanagh use to describe the hills?
- How many swans did Yeats observe in “The Wild Swans at Coole”?
- What season provides the setting for “The Wild Swans at Coole”?
- What instrument did Kavanagh’s father play in “A Christmas Childhood”?

**DIAMONDS – QUESTIONS**

- In Kavanagh’s “A Christmas Childhood”, what constellation did the child see over “Cassidy’s hanging hill”?
- Name any 2 poems by Eavan Boland on your course.
- What biblical figure from the Old Testament does Kavanagh refer to in “Shancoduff”? (Hint: pillar of salt)
- What is the proper geographical name for the little hills of Monaghan?
- Complete this quotation: “These are my hills and I….” (4 words – must be exact).
- What is the correct term for a new, made-up word, e.g. “stilly” “greeny”.

**SPADES – QUESTIONS**

- Name the Irish Airman commemorated by Yeats (both first and surnames please for marks)?
- Where in Ireland did the Irish Airman of Yeats’s poem come from? (Be very specific)
- Who was the Irish Airman’s mother and Yeats’s very close friend?
- How much time should you spend answering the comparative section in the June exam?
- Name any 3 of the comparative modes for either higher level or ordinary level. (Must name 3 for any marks.)
- Out of a total of 400 marks for the leaving cert papers, how may marks are assigned to the essay?

**CLUBS – QUESTIONS**

- Where was W.B. Yeats born?
- What is the correct name in poetry for run-on lines?
- With whom did Yeats fall (hopelessly) in love?
- Who was the Greek hero who flew too close to the sun and died? (Hint: referred to in Boland’s poem “Love”)
- Name the man who donated his priceless art collection to Ireland on condition that a gallery was built to house it.
- Name the National Theatre founded by Yeats and his friend, Lady Gregory.

**HEARTS – ANSWERS**

- Monaghan
- 14
- Black
- 59
- Autumn
- A melodeon

**DIAMONDS – ANSWERS**

- Cassiopeia
- “Child of our Time”; “This Moment”; “Love”; “Outside History”; “The Black Lace Fan”
- Either Lot or Lot’s wife
- Drumlins
- “have climbed the Matterhorn”.
- Neologism

**SPADES – ANSWERS**

- Major Robert Gregory
- Kiltartan Cross
- Lady Gregory
- At least 1 hour, and no more than an hour and 10 minutes.
- Cultural context, theme (conflict), relationships, social setting, general vision and viewpoint.
- 100

**CLUBS – ANSWERS**

- Sligo
- Enjambment
- Maud Gonne
- Icarus
- Hugh Lane
- The Abbey Theatre

## Teaching Learning Buzzwords

## Snowball

## Placement Pie Chart Data

## Placemat

## Mind Map English

## Handout for Snowball TGT Placemat

Instructional Tactics

**Teams Games Tournament Preparation**

- Compile a series of questions and answers on a topic to be revised (c 24-40).
- Divide questions and answers into 4 sets and label them hearts, diamonds, spades and clubs.
- Each team will need their own copy of the questions and answers.
- Teams need 2 sheets of paper and 2 pens to record scores.
- Give a deck of cards to each team. If there are 6 questions per round, have students sort the cards – keep ace to six of each suit. (If 7,8,9,10 questions add the relevant cards.) The Jack and Queen can be added for variation.
- Divide your class into groups/teams of 4 (if there’s an odd number have some groups of 3). In a group of 3 the teacher should select the student to work alone – a student with a strong grasp of the subject.

**Playing the Game**

- Teams in groups. Ask 2 students from each team to go to another table (or where there are 3 students, the teacher selects the student to move).
- Tell students they have 15 minutes to ask and answer as many questions as possible.
- One pair of students has the question sheets. The second pair has the answer sheets.
- The pair with the question sheets draw the top card from the deck. They try to answer the question for the card they have drawn – eg ace of clubs = question 1 on the clubs question sheet.
- They give their answer and the opposing pair say whether it is right or wrong. If correct the mark is recorded.
- Should a queen be drawn, the players pick the next card and stand to win double marks. If they are lucky enough to draw a second queen they quadruple the marks and so on! If a Jack is drawn then you miss a turn.
- Then the pairs swop question and answer sheets and draw again.
- The aim is to ask and answer as many questions as possible within the time allowed.
- When the teacher indicated that time is up the students thank the others at their table and then return to their original group, carrying with them the points they have earned.
- Once back to the home table the scores of the 2 pairs are added.
- The winning team is the team that scored the highest mark.
- A prize might be in order.

**Snowball**

Each student is asked to write their answer to a question on a sheet of paper. After a short period of time (teacher decides depending on difficulty of task) each student rolls up their piece of paper into a ball and places it into the bin. When all “snowballs” have been added, the bin is passed around for the students to take a snowball, they then have to correct the information on the sheet and add to it if possible. Keep repeating until the question is correct.

This technique can be useful for recalling information, example: formulae, lines of a poem/play, sequence of events etc.

**Placemat**

Placemat requires using a large sheet of paper, preferably A2, divide the sheet into sections as shown in the images below.

The placemat is placed in the centre of the workspace. The outside sections are for individual work, these can be labelled a, b, c, etc and roles can be assigned accordingly. Students will have an individual task to complete, such as trying to complete a problem or brainstorming. The placemat has an advantage over think-pair-share because individual accountability can be seen from the level of work in each student’s section of the placemat. Once the time set for individual work has elapsed, students share their work by using round robin, starting at a person (letter) allocated by the teacher. Students take alternate turns sharing and listening. Then students must use their combined efforts to agree on a solution to the problem, or the most common points from the brainstorm, etc, which are then written in the centre of the placemat.

## GERMAN PERFEKT TENSE DATA SET IVEA

PRäSENS (PRESENT) | PERFEKT (PAST) |

Lachen (to laughIch lache jeden Tag | Ich habe jeden Tag gelacht |

waschen (to wash)Du wäschst dich. | Du hast dich gewaschen |

Frühstücken (to have breakfast)Er frühstückt. | Er hat gefrühstückt |

Surfen (to surf)Sie surft im Internet. (singular) | Sie hat im Internet gesurft. |

Singen (to sing)Sie singt im Chor. (singular) | Sie hat im Chor gesungen. |

Machen (to make / to do)Ihr macht Hausaufgaben | Ihr habt Hausaufgaben gemacht |

(essen) to eatSie isst Cornflakes | Sie hat Cornflakes gegessen |

(trinken) to drinkEr trinkt Cola | Er hat Cola getrunken |

Fragen (to ask)Sie fragen. (plural) | Sie haben gefragt |

**DATA SET GRAMMATIK**

**PRASENS VERBS (COMMON PATTERNS ) PERFEKT VERBS (COMMON PATTERNS)**

FRAGEN? | PRASENS | FRAGEN | PEREFKT |

Why do some verbs change their spelling:Ich esse but du isstAnd others don’t :Ich mache /du machst | ? | Why do some verbs change their spelling:Singen (gesungen)And others don’t :Ich mache (gemacht | ? |

**WHAT CONCLUSION CAN YOU DRAW FROM THIS?**

Verbs that change spelling ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Verbs that don’t change spelling ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What happens withich /du / er, sie, es / wir, ihr , siein the present and in the past tense | Ich ______________Du ______________Er / sie / es _____________ Wir __________ Ihr ___________Sie __________ | Ich ___________ __________ Du ___________ _________ Er / sie / es __ _________ _______ Wir __________ ________ Ihr ________ ______________Sie _______ ______________ |

GIVE EXAMPLES TO SHOW YOU UNDERSTAND HOW THE TENSE IS FORMED | Ich (spiele) ich__________ Du (trinken) du _________ Er (sagen ) er __________ Wir (essen) wir __________ du (sehen) du __________ ihr (machen) ihr ___________ ich (tippen) ich __________ | Ich ___________ __________ Du ___________ _________ Er / sie / es __ _________ _______ Wir __________ ________ Ihr ________ ______________Sie _______ ______________ |

WHAT DO THE VERBS HAVE IN COMMON / DO YOU NOTICE ANY COMMON PATTERNS IN THE FORMATION OF THIS TENSE |

PRäSENS (PRESENT) | PERFEKT (PAST) |

(Aufstehen) Ich stehe um 8Uhr auf | (aufstehen)Ich bin um 8 Uhr aufgestanden. |

(Bleiben)Ich bleibe zu Hause | (bleiben)ich bin zu Hause geblieben |

(gehen)Ich gehe in die Stadt | (Gehen)Ich bin in die Stadt gegangen |

(fahren)Ich fahre nach Dublin | (fahren)Ich bin nach Dublin gefahren |

(fliegen)Ich fliege nach Berlin. | (kommen)Ich bin um 8 Uhr gekommen. |

(Schwimmen)Ich schwimme | (schwimmen)Ich bin geschwommen |

What differences can you find between between these verbs and the verbs that use haben to form the past tense. What common pattern is there with these verbs?

WHAT CAN YOU UNDERSTAND ABOUT HOW TO FORM THE PRESENT TENSE AND THE PAST TENSE FROM THE EXAMPLES GIVEN:

PRASENS | PEREFKT | |

NOTICE ANY COMMON PATTERNSIN THE FORMATION OF THIS TENSE | ||

What happens with ich /du / er | ||

GIVE EXAMPLES TO SHOW YOU UNDERSTAND HOW THE TENSE IS FORMED | Ich (spiele) ich_____________Du (trinken) du ______________Er (sagen ) er _____________Wir (essen) wir ______________du (sehen) du _______________ | Ich (spiele) ich_________ _______ Du (trinken) du _______ ________Er (sagen ) er _________ _________Wir (essen) wir _______ __________du (sehen) du _________ __________ |

RULE: HOW TO FORM THE TENSE |