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Let's do some little calculation of area and perimeter! - D.LL.A

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Transcript of Let's do some little calculation of area and perimeter! - D.LL.A

LET'S
DO

SOME

LITTLE

CALCULATION

OF

AREA

AND

PERIMETER
!

Cristina Mateu || Sandra Medina || Sara Moret || Abigail Ortega
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CONTEXT
TIMING
First term
Three sessions of one hour
Fourth grade primary pupils
Group of 25 pupils
Small and familiar school
ONLINE RESOURCE
http://www.bgfl.org/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/maths/perimeter_and_area/index.html
A S S E S S M E N T
We will evaluate using a rubric
Assessment items:
Finding the area and the perimeter
Understanding
Strategies, reasoning and procedures
Communication
Drawing and constructing the shapes
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS
Part one: linguistic part
Purpose:

To read and comprehend the story of the “Three little pigs”.
Listening comprehension
Reading comprehension
Vocabulary + Pronunciation
THE EFFORT BRINGS YOU A REWARD
Part two: mathematical part
Purpose:

To make sure that pupils have understood the concepts of area and perimeter.
solve the problems related to the tale (area and perimeter)
LET'S TRY TO MEASURE WITH DIFFERENT UNITS!
Purposes:

To measure the perimeter of a DIN A4 with different measure elements like rubber, pencil or scissors.

To measure the perimeter of our hands with a rubber.
C O N C L U S I O N S
'CLIL suggests an
equilibrium
between
content
and
language
learning'.
-
Definition

How to calculate it

Selection of activities for levels

Some examples
Teaching through a foreign language
Nowadays, CLIL should be
necessary
in our classrooms.
We have tried to
focus
our microteaching in
students
.
Communication
between the teacher and students.
‘CLIL can be seen as an educational approach which supports linguistic
diversity, and a powerful tool that can have a strong impact on language
learning in the future’
Teaching through a foreign language
SOM PERIODISTES!
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