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observation on problemsolving

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Belindaborg, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. Hi there,

    I am also being observed and would like some really practical and fun ideas. I like the idea of doing something with shape.
    I am also in year 1. Any ideas? even if they are not to do with shape. Thanks
     
  2. Lesson objective? Where does it fit into your current unit of teaching? What are your ideas?
     
  3. Hi flipflop, current unit of teaching Unit D . Lesson objective: solving shape patterns, using a hands on approach. My ideas are differentiated tangram puzzles. I want the children to work in teams of about 3 or more. I want there to be lots of talk around which way the shapes could be, can the shapes be turned over, a systematic way to work through it etc...any ideas?
     
  4. Has anyone else got any ideas?
     

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