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September 20, 2018
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Today’s Maths Tasks

Solve problems using an array diagram using the house model. Can you write the multiplication fact (or nearest fact)?

E.g. 42 divided by 6 is 7 because 6 sevens are 42.

 

Worded problems:

Support

Aiden has 30 roses. How many bunches of 6 roses can he make?

Melanie picked 24 ripe mangoes. She picked the same number from each of 4 trees. How many mangoes did she get from each tree?

Max needs 28 tomato plants for his garden. The plants are sold in punnets of 7. How many punnets must be buy?

 

Reinforce

Aiden has 49 roses. How many bunches of 7 roses can he make?

Melanie picked 45 ripe mangoes. She picked the same number from each of 9 trees. How many mangoes did she get from each tree?

Max needs 72 tomato plants for his garden. The plants are sold in punnets of 6. How many punnets must be buy?

 

Extend

Aiden has 64 roses. How many bunches of 5 roses can he make?

Melanie picked 74 ripe mangoes. She picked the same number from each of 5 trees. How many mangoes did she get from each tree?

Max needs 55 tomato plants for his garden. The plants are sold in punnets of 3. How many punnets must be buy?

What do you notice and how can you explain it?

Extension group will be working with remainders. There answer should be shown as this.

Eg. 12 ÷ 5 = 2 R2

September 10, 2018
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Identifying The Features Of Online Texts Lesson

In pairs explore these two texts.

  1. http://www.exploratorium.edu/frogs/index.html
  2. http://www.ginninderralandcare.org.au/sites/default/files/imported/res/Image/jpgs/Frogs%20of%20the%20ACT%20Region%20Poster.jpg

Students collect all of the facts that they can about frogs- they should colour code the facts according to the text that they get the information from.

 

Which text gave you better/ more information? 

What was different about reading the first text compared to the second? 

 

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