Thursday, September 12, 2013

MAKING OUR OWN MOVIES ABOUT MATHS HELPS US TO LEARN MATHS!

We were learning about decimals, how to multiply and divide them.  We created videos to show others how to perform these operations.  Before filming, we needed to revise the maths, write scripts, prepare our props and rehearse.  It took lots of teamwork and really made us think about the maths and how to clearly explain the process. We noticed some mistakes when re-viewing the movies...does this matter?

REACTIONS TO LEARNING THIS WAY!

Akon: It was a really hands-on way of learning - different and creative.
Amber: We were able to critique the movies and to see for ourselves where we made mistakes.
Simon: Because it was a fun thing to do, I think I will remember it better.
Tristian: It was a creative way to learn, a different way of sharing our maths.
Norhan: There were two purposes to this - having fun and learning Maths as well.
Lizzy: Watching the movies again was useful for revision.
Rylee: It was an easy way to learn from our mistakes...better than lots of teacher talk.


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1 comment:

  1. A great way to really know how you are thinking while doing your problem solving. it always helps to 'talk out' the steps you take and to be able to see where you make any mistakes. Great learning Seniors.
    Mrs Bellesini:)

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