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Square Xs

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Five

This unit looks at ratio problems related to the Square Xs Problem below. The idea is to provide help for students to form and use quadratic equations to solve problems.

The Square Xs Problem A square has an area, in m², that is a number nine less than six times the length of one side (in m). Find the dimensions of the square.

Mary's Garden

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Five

The content of this unit should follow delivery of linear algebra and linear graphing at Level 5. We have available a large range of activities that can be used for developing some basic concepts in algebra. Students often complain that they cannot see the point of learning algebra so all of the teaching of skills here is placed within contexts. The intention of this unit is not to teach skills in isolation, but rather to use each activity for developing all the concepts. It is not suggested that this unit should replace the skills practice traditionally used in the teaching of algebra. It does, however, provide the opportunities for discussion and development of concepts. As each learning outcome is explored there will probably be need for consolidation through more traditional exercises, such as those found in text books, worksheets or that can be written on a whiteboard. Some students may be quick to grasp these concepts and would benefit from extension tasks such as those found in the Rich Learning Activities.

It takes a village...

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Four

The purpose of this unit of five sessions is to have students understand the financial challenges that superannuitants in their local community may face, to research the community resources and services that are available to support the older citizens, and to implement a (short term) programme of help for at least one older community member.

Rights and Responsibilities

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Four

The purpose of this unit of lessons is for students to make and implement a small business plan for a service or a product, and to explore the producer/consumer relationship, while keeping a close eye on a budget.

A Measured Response

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Four

The purpose of this unit of five lessons is to have students identify a need, plan a response, seek feedback, design and build a ‘product’, applying number, measurement and technology knowledge and skills.

Sports figures

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Three

The purpose of this series of lessons is to have students evaluate data displays, identify which is the most effective and say why, investigate the sport and recreation dispositions and habits of the students in their school, and present data using a display they have identified as effective.

Play dough

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level One

The purpose of this unit of five sessions is to develop number, measurement and shape understanding and skills, through making and working with play dough.

What's in a text?

  • Units of Work
  • Statistics
  • Level Three

The purpose of this unit of lessons is to conduct a statistical investigation into the relative popularity of four different text and print features, and to use data squares as the data gathering ‘tool’.

A Model World

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Four

The purpose of this unit of five lessons is for students apply and refine their measurement skills and to develop an understanding of enlargement and reduction, through making scale models to be used in a short animated film.

‘Co-ordinating’ the past

  • Units of Work
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Level Three

The purpose of this unit is to develop an understanding of the time scale of the population of New Zealand by immigrants, the locations of their places of origin and the directions of the different paths they have taken to reach Aotearoa.

In understanding this migration of people, students are better placed to understand New Zealand’s cultural diversity.


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