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Copy of LOCI IN REAL LIFE

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LOCI IN REAL LIFE
Mónica / Raquel
LOCUS
OBJECTIVES
PROCESS
PREPARE
PLAN
PRESENT
NEEDS
EXEMPLAR
SUCCESS
CRITERIA
CALP
OUTCOMES
LOMCE
To develop mathematical competences in real life
To develop social entrepreneurial skills
To communicate in a second foreing language
GENERAL
To identify and analyze loci
CLIL
To develop HOTS
To use deductive reasoning
PISA
Comprehensive framework to real life
Digital competence
JUSTIFICATION
No videos on the net
Real life frame for loci
locus
perpendicular bisector
angle bisector
chord
equidistant
intersection
Introduction
Perpendicular bisector
circle
Angle bisector
Real life application I
Real life application II
Locus
Geometric constructions
1. Topic
2. Goal
3. Justification
4. Explain the locus using CALPS
5. Real life example
6. Drawing construction applying CALP
Video project: application of locus
1. The students
create a video
2. Demonstration to the class
ASSESSMENT
Students complete a jigsaw rubric
Rubric assessment in groups


ASSESSMENT 1
Teacher feedback about CALP
and clear concepts.
STEP 1:

Brainstorming
to find:

1. Title
2. Brief explanation
3. Identify the potential
receivers.


STEP 2:

Storyboard
including:

1. Expose the problem using
CALP and language prompts.
2. Visual support
3. Drawing constructions
4. Split the problem into parts.
5. Translate every part into
geometry.


Peer - assessment based on a checklist.
Oral teacher´s feedback.
ASSESSMENT 2
STEP 3:

1.Final script including all the corrections
2. General aspects to make it
appealing:
music
typography
colours
ASSESSMENT 3
Peer-assessment
Teacher feedback
1.Record the video
2. Edit the video
MATERIALS AND RESOURCES

Internet
Mobile phones
Video editing software
Projector
Computer
Drafting tools
Geometry books
Teacher´s handouts
HOTS
AFL
Real world need
GRAPHICAL
VISUAL AND AUDIOVISUAL
EDUCATION 1ºE.S.O.
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