June 8, 2017
- Place the midpoint of the protractor on the VERTEX of the angle.
- Line up one side of the angle with the zero line of the protractor (where you see the number 0).
- Read the degrees where the other side crosses the number scale.
go to: Using a Protractor
First scroll down to Have a Go Yourself! and practise using a protractor
Measure the angles you find on the word (YEA) on this sheet:
Go To: Maths is Fun Using a Protractor
View two animations that show how to draw an angle using a protractor
Below the word (YEA) on sheet draw the following angles: 45°, 125°, 260°, 90°, 20°
May 10, 2017
For today’s session your are asked to check out how students at MPPS use their school blogs. If you scroll down on the left hand side bar you will see a list of links titled: SHOWCASED PAST STUDENT BLOGS. These are all worth checking out.
Term 3 Unit Goals Reflection
Also, following on from our work around how to leave a good comment, check out:
May 4, 2017
May 1, 2017
April 27, 2017
Today we looked at creating guidelines to writing a good feedback comment. The year 6 and 7 students at Huzzah have spent some time coming up with a clear list. Its interesting to note how they have grouped them into four main areas.
As you continue to work on the your suggestions and guidelines think about how you might want to group them.
At Huzzah they have also written about why we want people to leave a comment. Please read what they have to say and let me know what you think.
Another thing you might want to do is show your blog visitors an example of a good comment. As you research other blogs take note of any comments you come across that work well. In a future lesson we will look at how to send the readers of your blog to that comment through a link.