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• Beat It - … 6 columns are added together to give the final score. Play the game with the students and discuss the various strategies … each player 2 dice between two students, the game is played in pairs Game Description - Who gets off first wins: There … ? In the final section recap the games that have been played and try to work out theoretically the probabilities of success … Differences Home Link: This week at school we have been playing games! We have been studying the chance or probability linked …
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• Gambling- Who Really Wins? - … board Copies of the Horse Races game board Paper bag Playing cards Activity: Getting Started (1-2 sessions) Tell the students that they are going to simulate a game of netball played between New Zealand and Australia (Who else!). You have looked … 10 students. Each group of students can then simulate the playing of the netball test using the dice from the previous … explore different ways in which odds are determined. These include: Playing the Horse Race Game by rolling two normal dice. The …
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• Greedy Pig - … introductory session we introduce the game of Greedy Pig and play it several times to give students a chance to identify … strategies are specific, ie. that anyone using that strategy would play the same. It is likely that most students will choose … aspects of theoretical probability and probability trees may be required. Play a game of Greedy Pig, with students choosing a maximum … . Now ask the students : What is the best strategy for playing Greedy Pig? Discuss whether choosing a number of rolls to …
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• The Coloured Cube Question - … the generalisation. Students should know when games that they are playing are fair as they may otherwise lose a lot of … are using to make the game fair before they start playing. Play the game 30 times to see what happens. Get the … cubes. We also experimented to check these probabilities. Finally we played games based on this idea and tried to make the … tell you about the rules of the games that we played and play it with them. Make sure they can tell you …
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• Take Three Or Less - … the problem (English) Copymaster of the problem (Maori) Activity: Problem Play the strategy game "Take Three or Less". Place twenty-one … equal chance of winning.] Teaching Sequence Introduce the problem by playing one game with the class. Read the problem. Ask the … than just trying to beat their opponent. As the students play the game ask questions that focus their thinking on the … a losing number and should lose if the first player plays correctly. By 'correctly' here, we mean that, after the first …
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• Tennis and Golf Players - … the road, everyone plays tennis or golf or both. In fact 80% play tennis and 70% play golf. What percentage plays both games? Teaching … to check that the students understand that the students can play both golf and tennis. Circulate as the students work taking … % of the class mean? How do you know what percentage play both tennis and golf? How has your diagram helped you … involved. Solution Now if 80% of the class plays tennis, 20% don't play tennis. This 20% must be part of the …
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• What is a typical Year 8 student? - … of legs, arms, gender Interests and hobbies - what sports they play, how much time spent watching TV, time on other activities … : Length of right foot (cm): Height (cm): Armspan (cm): Sports played: Hobbies: Hours spent watching TV last week: Etc. The rest … / right hand Length of right foot Height Arm span Sports played Hobbies Hours of TV Session 3/4 In this session … ask what sports are played they can describe the number of sports played and then the types of sports played from this question …
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• Caution...Plants Parts Ahead! - … more time and the word Roots will appear above the play button.) Learning Activities 1. Focus: We are going to be … for what the roots do in a plant. Play: (Click on the play button and the video will start. A little girl … . This is a very short clip so pay close attention! Play: (You will need to click the PowerPoint to go to … once and the title Flowers should appear. Click on the play button to start the video.) Stop: at :10. You will …
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• Day and Night - … what is happening on the other side of the globe. Play: Play the video segment from the beginning. Pause: Pause the video … turns? (Students make predictions). Let's watch and find out. Play: Play the video from 0:39. Pause: Pause the video at … watch to see what the sun does. Play: Play the video from 0:50. Stop: Play the video until it stops at 1 … re-watching our short video clip. (Re-play the video clip from yesterday. Play from the beginning to the end.) Activity: Today …
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• Days of Our Lives - … can better understand what today, yesterday and long ago mean. Play: video clip from the beginning. Pause at 00:57 or … today means the present. What does the word yesterday mean? Play video clip. Pause at 1:26 or when you hear … watch this video clip to learn more about individual timelines. Play: the second segment of Long Ago, Yesterday, and Today." Stop … 's Generations" to see how other things change over time. Play: "Grandparent's Generations" Pause: at .31 when you hear the …
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