Category Archives: Language

Graph Theory Menu Math

I love tasks which make student think and discuss. Menu Math tasks meet these criteria. I have attempted to create one myself – on Graph Theory. I am not sure if I have chosen my constraints well though? If you … Continue reading

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Ben – Master of the Cosine Curve

The use of literacy tasks in Mathematics classes is often met with opposition from both students and teachers. In fact, as a student, I would try to avoid writing tasks as much as I could despite being a keen reader. … Continue reading

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My Year 7 students enjoyed Alphabox Shapes on Friday. Some even declared it was fun! It combined together Language, Visualisation and ICT. The students all accessed the great Aussie Maths website: A Maths Dictionary for Kids by Jenny Eather. They … Continue reading

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Webmaths Wordle

I am always on the lookout for more Mathematics teachers’ blogs. So I was delighted when I came across Tania Kennedy’s – HI PHI blog. She has recently made a wordle of her blog text, so I decided to do … Continue reading

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