The following suggestions are for GCSE Revision.
There are obviously the JustMaths “a little every day” here:
I also like the Corbett Maths Revision Cards and Practice papers:
Some people may like the Access Maths, Revision Material,
Both PIXI maths Revision Booklets and
and Miss Bs Maths “Passports”
Use of Diagnostic Questions
are useful for identifying misconceptions.
The GCSE resources offered by Jonathan Hall here
are particularly useful is the Countdown to exams
as you can choose when the Maths / English exams are. This is particularly useful for teachers that are doing last-minute intervention.
And then Julia Smith @TessMaths recommends the 5 Rs of Recall, Routine, Revise, Repeat, Ready .. 5Rs
a fast and furious starter
practice, practice practice
eg Corbett 5-a-day, Just Maths Bread and Butter, 30 second Challenge, etc etc
Dr Frost, Hegarty and Corbett Maths Videos, Just Maths Top 40 / Fat 50 / Super 60
Pret Homeworks, Corbett Practice Questions, www.studymaths.co.uk
Complete Revision Passports (PIXI / Miss Bs etc), Complete a Help sheet / Revision Cards, Past Papers,
I am sure you will have come across many of these suggestions from others on Twitter.
You may have also seen some questions eg:
Help students work together
What strategy did you use?
Could you share your method with the class?
What part of what __ said do you understand?
Did anyone get a different answer?
Is it mathematically correct?
Can you draw a picture or representation?
How are you sure your answer is right?
Does that make sense? Respond mathematically.
Does that always work?
Can you think of a case where that would not work?
How can you prove__?
How did you organise your information?
What do you need to do next?
What did you do well?
What do you need to improve?
Understand the problem
What is the problem?
What can you tell me about what you need to do?
Is there something missing?
Do you need more information?
Which words are most important?
Conjecture and solve problems
Do you see a pattern?
Where could you find the information?
How would you check your answer?
What are some possibilitie?
How could you use a list/table/picture diagram to solve this?
Is there another way to solve the problem?
Have we solved a problem like this before?
What skills / ideas did you use?
What is the same?
What is different?
How does it relate to __?
Would another method work as well or better?
Is there another was to draw, explain, or say that?
Have you tried making a guess?
What else have you tried?
Focus on the maths
Did you notice any patterns?
Can you describe them?
What topics were used?
What is different about __ and __ ?