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George Hardy AST (Mathematics) Lead Practitioner (SSAT) Northampton Academy

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People Maths – A Dramatic Approach

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(Things To Make and Do)

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People Maths ‘People Maths, Hidden Depths’ Alan Bloomfield and Bob Vertes (ATM 2005)

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People Maths ‘using people in place of other kinds of resources’ ‘emphasis heavily on discussion within the group taking part’ ‘purposeful ways of initiating or developing the learning of mathematics’

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People Maths Creating impact Adding enthusiasm K & V learning styles

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Year 9 Set 2 Level 6 To represent mappings expressed algebraically To use Cartesian co-ordinates for graphical representation, interpreting general features

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Use of WOWO boards Starter: given an equation, students had to choose an x co-ordinate (an integer between -4 and +4) and calculate the associated y value. Answers had to be expressed as a co-ordinate pair (x,y) on WOWO boards

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Use of WOWO boards Answers Labels Values Speech Thoughts Stepping Stones

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Use of ICT Autograph 3

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People Maths The floor as 4 quadrants

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People Maths Plotting y=2x + 3

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People Maths Living Co-ordinates

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A Creativity Taxonomy

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Roleplay / Choreography Living equations

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Roleplay / Choreography Living equations

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Choreography/ Song Pi Day

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Start with the end in mind Graph Paper T-shirts

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Start with the end in mind

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Always on the job

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Pupils as props

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Trig Sleeves

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Choose to use props 1 cubic metre

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Choose to use props Pythagorean Triples

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Choose to use props Pythagorean Triples

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Raid the Kitchen Loaves Carrots Parsnips Cornets Muesli

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Raid the toybox Anything goes!

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Raid the toybox

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A Creativity Taxonomy Role-play/ Choreography/ Song Start with the end in mind Start with a lively student in mind Always on the job Pupils as props Choose to use props Raid the Kitchen Raid the Toybox

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VAK Students become aware of their learning style(s) All students are welcome to try a style other than the one they prefer

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VAK Feedback “It’s good for all the students because it applies to all learning styles, this makes you feel involved and it helps you learn.” “As an auditory learner I feel that watching the people maths helps me to also be a visual and active learner.”

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VAK Feedback “They say that if a lesson is fun, kids learn better. And I like people maths because it is fun.” “I like the Plenary TV because it is funny to watch the people talk about the lesson.”

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Plenary Plenary TV

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Plenary Pythagoras’ Plenary

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People Maths Note to self: punchline

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George Hardy AST (Mathematics) Lead Professional (SSAT) g.hardy@northampton-academy.org hardy.gsee@btinternet.com

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