With Venn Diagrams on the new UK GCSE Mathematics specifications (an excellent addition I believe), and also on other exam specifications, I thought collect some great resources together.
A completely updated version of this post with several additional resources can be found here.
I’ve been looking at some of the Venn diagram tools out there and selected Creately as a good option to create many set Venn diagrams. truly amazing how creative you can be!
I agree Shalin, Creately is a good option – and is quite rightly included in the list from Cometdocs I have mentioned above.
Jonny Griffiths RISPS(http://www.risps.co.uk/) have some amazing ideas to use Venn diagrams in KS5, see in particular RISP 10 which comes with useful tips.
The FMSP (http://www.furthermaths.org.uk/gcseextension) uses the same concept in one of the extension tasks, look at NA1.
Two more ideas to stress the useulness of Venns…..and as always, Colleen, thanks for bringing them back into our attention.
That RISP is excellent Anja – thank you. I’ll add it to the post. As you say the extension task also uses the same excellent idea – in fact we could use venn diagrams this way just about anywhere!
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