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Saturday, 6 April 2013
As they say:: "The NRICH Project aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. To support this aim, members of the NRICH team work in a wide range of capacities, including providing professional development for teachers wishing to embed rich mathematical tasks into everyday classroom practice."
Click here to go to nrich
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
From the 21st to the 28th of April, 12 students and 2 teachers of our Institut, are going to Broadstairs to spend a week there studying English, living with British families and visiting some of the most important cities of the area like Canterbury, Ramsgate and finally enjoying a full day excursion to London.
Click on this link to know something else more about this trip.
Saturday, 2 March 2013
Click here to watch the video:" What most schools don't teach"
Or directly to the CODE Foundation . http//:code.org
Sunday, 14 October 2012
Wednesday, 5 September 2012
Thursday, 5 April 2012
155 Museums and Collections in 40 Countries, more than 30.000 Artworks among pictures , sculptures and photographies.
Ready to use and easy to work with.
In more than 15 languages including Spanish.
Click here to go to the project : Google Art Project
Here's a video to show you how to use it.
Saturday, 25 February 2012
All of them are in English with subtitles in Spanish.
The first one is an interview where he explains his methods and the other ones are lessons about measurement of space and time
Measurement of space and time
There are some more examples uploaded in You Tube, just have a look.
Friday, 3 February 2012
Sangakoo, a collaborative learning network that helps you learn math
They say :" Sangakoo allows you to set up a virtual classroom to supervise your students, their exercises and progress"
Click here to go to Sangakoo
Available in Catalan and Spanish too
Sunday, 22 January 2012
- The cell, by David Bolinsky: http://www.ted.com/talks/david_bolinsky_animates_a_cell.html
- The process from conception to birth, by Alexander Tsiaras: http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/alexander_tsiaras_conception_to_birth_visualized.html
They both are about ten minutes long, and both are subtitled in Spanish and English... I think they can be really interesting for CLIL biology classes. You've got the written transcription in English too, so they can be analized in an English lesson if desired.
Friday, 11 November 2011
Thursday, 29 September 2011
Tuesday, 10 May 2011
Monday, 9 May 2011
- Asking them to underline and look for in the dictionary the unknown words. It has some failures, the main one is that some pupils underline words already known and translate them, not worrying about the meaning of the more difficult ones. It's their way to obtain a positive mark without working
- Asking them to translate to Catalan. It's a bit more boring, but at least they are obliged to fully understand the text. It works better with short text like this:
Friday, 6 May 2011
It was the fisrt time I tried something like this, and I have to confess it wasn't a very successfull experience. I think it's better to use subtitle videos or give them the text. I'l try this way next time
Tuesday, 1 February 2011
PROBLEMS : SYSTEMS of EQUATIONS in TWO VARIABLES (x ,y)
1.- The addition of two numbers is 100 and the difference between them is 80.
Try to find both numbers
2.- And find two other numbers whose addition is 93 and their difference is 21.
3.- One kilogram of apples is 0,5 Euros more expensive than one kilo of bananas.
If you pay 3,5 Euros for one kilo of apples and one of bananas,
how much money will one kilo of each fruit cost?
4.- The ticket of the swiming pool is 2 Euros cheaper than the ticket of the cinema.
If you have 10 Euros and you go to the pool in the morning and to see a movie in the afternoon, but after that, you still have 4 Euros left, how much does it cost each ticket?
5.- Imagine that you pay 50 Euros for a jeans and a green shirt. You don't remember how much does it cost every thing, but you know that the pants were 8 Euros more expensive than the shirt.
Try to find the price of both separately.
6.- In a restaurant, you can find two type of sandwitches, one of cheese for 2 Euros each, and
another of ham for 3,5 Euros each one.
Last week, 52 sandwitches were sold and the total amount of cash was 149 Euros.
Try to calculate the number of each sandwith that was sold.
7.- Yesterday I went on sales, and I paid only 90,50 Euros for a white shirt and a sweater which
cost 110 Euros before sales.
The price of the shirt was reduced 20 % and the sweater's price had a discount of 15 % .
What was the original prices of each article going on sales?
8.- A stock market investor put part of his capital of 28000 $ in a bank B1 with an interest rate of
8 %, and separately, he puts the rest of the money in another bank B2 at an interest rate of 6 %.
For the first part of the money, the investor will get 200 $ more benefits than for the second part, how much money has he invest in each bank ?
9.- The salary of a salesman who works on a commission- only basis, is equal to a fixed steady part plus some percentatge( called commision ) that depens on the sales he can do every month.
If this salesman sells 2000 Euros, his salary would be 1200 Euros, but if he sells 2500 Euros then his salary would rise to 1300 Euros.
How much would he have to sell to get a salary of 1500 Euros?
Try to find the percentatge he earns depending on the sales he does.
10.- The ticket's price of an intercity bus line, depens on the kilometers.
So, you pay 18 Euros to go to a city 500 Km far from here but you pay 33 Euros for another city 1000 Km away.
How much would you pay if you wanna go 750 Km from here?
Hi people! soon you will have the answers...
Friday, 29 October 2010
The GOLDEN NUMBER and the DiViNE PROPORTiON
You already know what pi= 3,1415... is but what about phi= 1,618...?
Visit the website www.goldennumber.net again to find lots of information about this topic and check the online dictionary www.wordreference.com if you have any trouble with the vocabulary, and of course, if you still have problems, ask your teacher!
So, read carefully the following questions and write down the answers.
Describe in a few words what the golden number is?
What is the mathemathical value of this number?
Which letter from the greek alphabet is used for the golden number?
Draw a single line and divide it in two parts with a golden ratio.
Now explain why is it like this in this particular way.
Tell how to build a golden rectangle.
What buildings or historical monuments are built following that shape.
Find the golden section in Keops's Pyramid.
What are the numbers of the Fibonacci series?
Why this logical progression in the Fibonacci series happen? And what happens if you divide one of this number and the following one.
Which famous book and movie could you find this numbers in?
Where can you find the golden ratio in the Nature and on Human beings?
Explain some exemples.
Write down some more examples of where could you find it in art and others.
Have you heard about Vitrubian's man? What is is?
Could you demonstrate with mathemathical formulation why phi = 1,6180... ?
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
- To look some short video in English
- To ask for definitions in a glossary in Catalan and English
- To show them the cell and tissues paints in English (there are really good pictures in the web)