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Temperature Graphs

Lesson 83
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Poowong Consolidated School, Victoria

John Solly, Years 5/6
When a mathematician has been extensively involved in a problem, they publish their results for others. It is a key step in the Working Mathematically process. In John's class students are expected to engage in this aspect by preparing a PowerPoint report of each Maths300 investigation. In this case, the students also explored two lessons from DigiLearn, on seasons and weather, to enhance their understanding in this topic. Rebekah's PowerPoint gives us an idea of the quality of the students' work and the learning beyond mathematics which can be encouraged in a class that is learning to work like a mathematician.
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