Warmsnug Double Glazing
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Teaching approach. This lesson idea is about applying and consolidating(ta).
The Teachers’ Notes provided focus on the pedagogical implications of teaching a curriculum that aims to provoke mathematical thinking. They assume that teachers will aim to do for students only what they cannot yet do for themselves. As a teacher, consider how this particular lesson idea can provoke mathematical thinking. How can you support students' exploration? How can you support conjecturing, explaining, generalising, convincing and proof?. (edit)
|Title||Warmsnug Double Glazing|
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Applying and consolidating
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The original problem is available on the NRICH website here.
The NRICH website http://nrich.maths.org publishes free mathematics resources designed to challenge, engage and develop the mathematical thinking of students aged 5 to 19. NRICH also offers support for teachers by publishing Teachers’ Resources for use in the classroom.
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