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2-capacity to work in group during the process.
3-using the appropriate tape measurement and represent the data
information on a graph.
4-to be able to complete a final report, writing the relationship between foot size and height.
5-to transfer their knowledge in another situation and being able to analyze some other graphs. Students need to measure their foot size and height. First, they need to predict their measurements and after that complete a chart. They are going to draw a bar graph where to represent all the data information that they have collect. They need to find out a pattern. By drawing and displaying the results they are going to make some conclusions. In addition they also can find out the average of the students height and which relationship there is between their feet size and their height. Math contents:
Number: Operations – estimate.
Data: Represent and Interpret Data.
Algebra: Number patterns Assessment Final Project Montse Bertran
4th grade. 3rd term 2013
Escola Montcau (Gelida) Introduction Title of the Lesson: Height and foot size Date: 10 of May 2013
Unit of Study: Math (measurement) through English
Level and group: 4th grade Number of children 21 students 1.To predict the relation between height with foot size.
2.To use measurement and a scientific survey using appropriated tools.
3.To represent and interpreter data information using a bar graph.
4.To describe what is the relationship between the size of our feet and our height.
5.To make a conclusion about the relationship that it is observed after representing all the data information.
6.To make use of comparative and superlative structures. (language objective) Language contents:
Comparing measurements with the rest of your colleagues.
Predicting and comparing heights and foot sizes.
Checking some differences between them.
Measuring in standard units of length (to the nearest centimeter)
Presenting measurements in order
Making comparisons height and foot sizes
Raising questions about differences between themselves test them and decide whether their predictions were correct or not. Skills Predicting
Reading all the information Materials ICT resources
Tape measurement Bloom's Taxonomy LET’S INVESTIGATE! Do you think that taller people have bigger feet than smaller people?
Some people say that tall people have large feet, and shorter people have small feet.
Is this true for your class? Predictions The children should predict what they think the answer might be. Comparisons Hands on! Filling the chart
We enter the measurements in the chart beside their names. Working process in imatges... Drawing a graph online as a way of displaying the results. Drawing a bar graph Working online using web 2.0 http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/default.aspx Comment the results To improve next time Related to the language of learning, we had the chance to predict who was the tallest and the shortest in the class. Also they compare some of the student’s heights and foot size. They present in order the measurements and express themselves. Related to the language for learning they knew how to predict, how to compare, and how to order different height and foot sizes, from least to most. Students have the tools to understand the instructions were give such as this chart o fill. Related to the language through learning I didn’t prepare any glossy with some technical words, such as:Chart, bar graph, tape measurement, centimetres, height, long, average, size, ruler, approximately, table rows, table column, length, estimate, more or less. - set up a coordination time to plan together with the English teacher.
- give more strategies to encourage student's participation.
-be more realistic planing. Not too much!! I must measure better the time.
- lack of communication, interaction and speaking in English.
-reduce my teaching talking time.TTT
-promote more interactive time giving a chance by asking questions
-being recorded was a barrier
-students had no chance to use
the graphic on the computer. language through learning language for learning language of learning Good things and positive -using body language to support the instructions
-giving them visual support
-checking regularly if the students understand .
-summarize often to make clear the ideas.
students had fun
-all the material we needed was well prepare for the session
-using a 2.0 web online tool was a good resource.
-helping them and observing their learning process
-preparing a chart for the assessment