tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post3885642488421076568..comments2018-07-09T07:38:12.465+10:00Comments on Middle Matters : MATHS REFLECTIONSMiddle Mattershttp://www.blogger.com/profile/16882498201472101322noreply@blogger.comBlogger16125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-67260277470025287012016-06-21T12:11:05.290+10:002016-06-21T12:11:05.290+10:00Hello Middle MY, Math worded problems are not that...Hello Middle MY, Math worded problems are not that different, To read a math worded problems you need to understand words for addition, subtraction, division and multiplication, Words like - 'split' (division), 'steal' (subtraction), 'gave' (addition) and 'each want'(Multiplication) Words Like 'We went to maccas and got' are pointless and are not needed!Will.Bhttp://williambsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-17065093667184675592016-06-21T09:50:31.163+10:002016-06-21T09:50:31.163+10:00Hi MMY,
Read the question carefully to make sure ...Hi MMY,<br /><br />Read the question carefully to make sure you understand. If you really need to, read the question twice.<br /><br />e.g. If I had 244 apples, and I DIVIDE it among 6 buckets. How many apples will be in each bucket? <br />Divide means sharing equally, so you have to give an equal number of apples to each bucket. <br />Jake Lhttp://jakelsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-87376143193069460242016-06-21T09:49:05.168+10:002016-06-21T09:49:05.168+10:00Hello Middle Matters,
A strategy you can use is t...Hello Middle Matters,<br /><br />A strategy you can use is to use your x tables e.g 3x3=9 so that means 3/9=3 :) You can use this if you get a question about putting things in groups, like division.<br /><br />Ava.Ava Mhttp://avamsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-37866355840687408542016-06-21T09:43:01.068+10:002016-06-21T09:43:01.068+10:00Hi Middle MY,
You first read the word problem and ...Hi Middle MY,<br />You first read the word problem and try to find the key words.<br />Eg: There are 36 apples and I gave away 14 apples to my friend.<br />How many apples did I have left?<br />36-14=12<br />From Vivienne <br /> Viviennehttp://viviennel.global2.vic.edu.aunoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-31838206479158750292016-06-21T09:42:44.488+10:002016-06-21T09:42:44.488+10:00Hi middles! :-)
I have some suggestions for you.
1...Hi middles! :-)<br />I have some suggestions for you.<br />1. translate into numbers.<br />2. use extended notation.<br />3. use your surroundings.<br />bye!<br />Will HWill Hhttp://willhsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-52263212725030523152016-06-21T09:42:14.665+10:002016-06-21T09:42:14.665+10:00Hi Middle MY,
your strategies are very good. My ti...Hi Middle MY,<br />your strategies are very good. My tip is to read over the problem and think of the words that you don't know and look them up in a maths dictionary. Natashahttp://natashapsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-70330593043696729092016-06-21T09:41:20.436+10:002016-06-21T09:41:20.436+10:00Hello Middle Matters,
I see that you have develope...Hello Middle Matters,<br />I see that you have developed some very helpful strategies to solve math worded problems.<br /><br />Some helpful advice from me is to analyse the words that are used in the sum.<br />TIP: the language used for division sums include "shared", "groups of", "equally" and "left over".<br /><br />Keep up the great work!<br />- Peter :D Peter.Vhttp://petervsl.global2.vic.edu.au/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http://petervsl.global2.vic.edu.aunoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-2146494887284401672016-06-21T09:39:56.760+10:002016-06-21T09:39:56.760+10:00Hi Middle MY,
You can find the key words and put ...Hi Middle MY,<br /><br />You can find the key words and put them into a sum.<br />eg:I had 67 lollies and I ate 46 how many do I have left? <br />If I ate some of the lollies I took them away which means I am doing subtraction so my question would be 67-46.<br /><br />From CaoimheCaoimhehttp://caoimhe.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-89977887073087360262016-06-21T09:39:40.759+10:002016-06-21T09:39:40.759+10:00Hi Middle MY,
I thought your strategies were very...Hi Middle MY, <br />I thought your strategies were very good and helpful. Another strategy could be Listening to songs or rhymes e.g for negative and positive numbers the ninja song Siennahttp://siennamsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-64598623578596430002016-06-21T09:38:44.018+10:002016-06-21T09:38:44.018+10:00Hi Middle MY,
Another strategy for maths problems...Hi Middle MY,<br /><br />Another strategy for maths problems is to make sure whether the sum is an addition, subtraction, division or multiplication question before you answer it.<br /><br />Elisa Elisahttp://elisaa.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-39919685366751672272016-06-21T09:38:39.912+10:002016-06-21T09:38:39.912+10:00Hi Middle MY,
Those are great strategies. I have u...Hi Middle MY,<br />Those are great strategies. I have used some of those strategies before. I just have one more for you. Read the question or story and then pick the key words and work the problem or sum out. <br />AlexAlexhttp://alexandrawsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-47243419128514376692016-06-21T09:38:02.548+10:002016-06-21T09:38:02.548+10:00Hi Middle MY
I thought your strategies were really...Hi Middle MY<br />I thought your strategies were really good and here is an example for you guys.<br /><br />Will had 45 apples and 9 friends and he had to share them equally among all of his friends.<br />You then do 45 divided by 9 = <br />So you just turn it into an equation.<br />Keep up the good work.<br /><br />Jack P Jack Phttp://jackpsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-12009780100179030532016-06-21T09:37:55.985+10:002016-06-21T09:37:55.985+10:00Dear Middle MY,
here's a strategy for maths,
i...Dear Middle MY,<br />here's a strategy for maths,<br />if you have 18+5=? You can take away 2 from 5 which makes 20 then add the left over number and you have the answer! :)<br /><br />Sincerely,<br /> Lachie BLachie Bhttp://lachlanbsl.global2.vic.edu.au/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-45997704083242877342016-06-21T09:34:23.968+10:002016-06-21T09:34:23.968+10:00Read the entire sentence before answeringRead the entire sentence before answeringBrandon Phttp://brandonpsl.global2.vic.edu.aunoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-23874808002914069722016-06-21T09:32:57.355+10:002016-06-21T09:32:57.355+10:00Hello Middle Matters,
My strategy is to Pick out t...Hello Middle Matters,<br />My strategy is to Pick out the main key points of the Problem and then you can Figure out the Sum... Then the Answer...<br />For Example: Farmer Brown had 8 apples and needed to divide the between 4 friends. How many apples does each friend get. <br />This is Simple but The problem says 8 apples then there is a Divide then 4 friends.<br />This Concludes to 8 Divided by 4 Equals... 2<br />Keep up the Good work guys!<br />AngusAngusphttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16796573879118236840noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7726590324459993231.post-32580924246018332402016-06-21T09:29:47.794+10:002016-06-21T09:29:47.794+10:00Read the text over and over again and if their are...Read the text over and over again and if their are answers that you know for a fact that are not the right answer you can eliminate them then keep on working of that.<br /><br />-Jack CAnonymousnoreply@blogger.com