Tuesday, November 18, 2008

From the files of the splendid JaneNicholls...


- ring any bells, Room5ians ???


[found in JaneNicholls blog]

16 comments:

Gaboose said...
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HamilTRON said...

Yeah, I think that we are facing reality that education is taught in litreally two completely different settings. One world is called "boredom" I feel sorry about these students, because they have to stick to one style, they can't be themselves and excell in their subject. Or they can't complain to the teacher. the other world is called "exploration" This world is ideally were I think everyone should be. It lets them do stuff completely different to the other world. It also ties in with Human-Rights

I_luv_animals_AKA_ashymashy said...

I winnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!
i found a site heres the link woop woop me so happy!

http://candyaddict.com/blog/2005/12/18/smarties-not-so-smart/

copy and paste!

I_luv_animals_AKA_ashymashy said...

for the smartie comp!!!!

HamilTRON said...

Soz Ashy Mashy.

Mojo won by 10 minures!!!

At least you get 2nd.

HamilTRON

Roo said...

Smartie thing:
http://www.sgfl.org.uk/mathematics/secondary/teachingandlearningresources/ratio

You have to download the sheets but I will bring two sheets to school.

Snowy said...

I have just bean at the vets.
Well here are my ones.
http://www.lessonplanspage.com/printables/PMathComparingFractionsSmarties34.htm

http://www.lessonplanspage.com/printables/PMathBarGraphUsingSmartiesCandyActivity4.htm

http://www.sgfl.org.uk/mathematics/secondary/teachingandlearningresources/ratio

Dreamhuntres said...

Mr.woody, I think that the answer to your question would be: that there would be a 14 or more% chance of getting each color, am I right, I suck at maths, sigh.

gnome said...

Well firstly I have to acknowledge caboose and Hamiltron on their wonderful explanations, but my definition of this visual language would be: A student dreaming of a life where you don't just do the traditional, unimaginative, boring school work constantly, you discover experiences first-hand through your mistakes and triumphs and learn what it is to be a kid you make mudcakes you dicover again the meaning of childhood and fun
P.S I got my smartie thing http://www.wirral-mbc.gov.uk/maths/Assess%20and%20Review%20DRAFT/Year%206.doc

Nei-Nei Neina-Marie said...

I have one that is for teaching, Mr woody. It is pleans and stuff. I hope it's Ok. I think it's ok (I want those smarties!!!) and it has some other stuff too. It's about smrties and the container. here it is:
http://www.det.nt.gov.au/education/teaching_and_learning/curriculum/ntcf_support_materials/teaching_resources_for_indigenous_students/docs/maths/iccas/maths_with_smarties.pdf

The other site is the same, just different wesite. Pleeeeeease, I think they're fine.
http://www.portsmouth-learning.net/pln/custom/files_uploaded/uploaded_resources/1473/Smarties%20transition%20project.pdf
I actaully think this one is better. Go for page 4.

Kitty Milo said...

Adnan you silly! ashymashy and mojo have different websites, and ashymashy bet mojo anyway!!! GO ASHYMASHY

Envir08 said...

ill say 1 any way http://www.det.nt.gov.au/education/teaching_and_learning/curriculum/ntcf_support_materials/teaching_resources_for_indigenous_students/docs/maths/iccas/maths_with_smarties.pdf

Kitty Milo said...

Hi peeps. Mine is:

http://www.det.nt.gov.au/education/teaching_and_learning/curriculum/ntcf_support_materials/teaching_resources_for_indigenous_students/docs/maths/iccas/maths_with_smarties.pdf

or-

http://www.lessonplanspage.com/MathComparingFractionsSmarties34.htm


THANKS!
bye!
=]
Kitty milo

awesomo4000 said...

http://www.lessonplanspage.com/MathComparingFractionsSmarties34.htm is my one al though its been taken

rosiegal said...

Yay!!! I hav an awesome link that is different to all of yours!!! It is a work sheet for mnms, which could easily be changed to smarties.
http://www.learnnc.org/lp/media/lessons/AngelaGillie7242002481/M_&_M_Math.rtf

THere is also the planning for it.
http://www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/3017

The worksheet may come up with open or save, just open it.