Friday, 30 August 2013

Exploring mathematics/tukutuku

Althea,Rachel,Rose and Anna had a plan for Rose to share her korero/story. They decided to create a square with the chairs to create a hui space. They then wanted to be able to make visible how many chairs that allowed for others to join them ,once they had taken up their own space. That required some calculations and measuring of area. They accurately counted together how many chairs there were in total and how many that left for others to join them and then they documented this on a sign so that the symbol of the number it represented told others how many spare seats were available. For over half an hour the four worked interdependently, using mathematical language to explore their challenge. This is great he rawe tēnā!,

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