INTRODUCING YOUR FAMOUS SCIENTIST

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INTRODUCING A FAMOUS SCIENTIST

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ROSALIND FRANKLIN
ALBERT EINSTEIN
MARIE CURIE
SIR ISAAC NETON
ADA LOVELACE
GALILEO GALILEI
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Hay que entregar un cartel poster donde aparezca:

  1. Nombre del matemático y lugar de nacimiento
  2. Fecha de nacimiento y muerte
  3. Titular que resuma por qué es importante para las matemáticas.
  4. Su biografía resumida
  5. Su aportación a las matemáticas
  6. Alguna anécdota que te resulte curiosa.

CONSEJOS:

Es un cartel; debe poder leerse desde lejos

Las cosas hay que hacerlas bien y bonitas

Se valorará el contenido y el diseño.

BIOGRAFÍAS

 

CREATIVE HOMEWORK: MAKE YOUR OWN DOMINO!

  1. You have to use 15 sticks.
  2. You have to include different operations, such us:

– Operations with integers: ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION, DIVISION AND POWERS

– COMBINED OPERATIONS WITH NATURAL NUMBERS

– SQUARE ROOTS

–  PROPERTIES OF EXPONENTS

– G.C.D AND L.C.M

– TYPES OF NUMBERS: INTEGERS, NATURALS OR RATIONALS

– PRIME AND COMPOSITE NUMBERS

– PRIME FACTORIZATION

– DOUBLES AND HALVES

– MULTIPLICATIONS AND DIVISIONS WITH POWERS OF 10

3. Use as many as you can!

4. Take care of the design! If you can do it beautifully, DO IT!!!

HERE YOU CAN SEE AN EXAMPLE.

5. You have to write your name and surname in the back of the stick.

ENJOY!!!!

HANGING MOBILES

WORKING WITH: Geometry|||Rounding numbers|||Equations|||Physics: balance

Alexander Calder (1898 –1976) was an American sculptor known as the originator of the mobile, a type of moving sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended shapes that move in response to touch or air currents. Calder’s monumental stationary sculptures are called stabiles. He also produced wire figures, which are like drawings made in space, and notably a miniature circus work that was performed by the artist.

Material

Coloured cardboards

Two wooden sticks for structure

Long and thin thread

Scissors

Ruler

Compass

Set-square (triangles)

Objetives

BUILD A BALANCED HANGING MOBILE USING DIFFERENT GEOMETRIC SHAPES: RECTANGLE, SQUARE, CIRCLE AND TRIANGLE

Process

 

  1. DRAWING SHAPES WITH THE SAME AREA
  2. DECIDING THE AREA
  3. CALCULATING DIMENSIONS OF DIFFERENT SHAPES WITH THE SAME AREA
  4. FINDING OUT THE CENTER OF GRAVITY (CENTROID).
  5. HANGING SHAPES FROM THE CENTER OF GRAVITY (CENTROID).
  6. WRITING THINGS YOU SHOULDEN´T FORGET DURING THE SUMMER.

 

IT´s time to choose from the sentences or things you think you can´t forget:

 

A number raised to the zero power is one.

Equal sign is sacred

Open your mind!

Don´t be a coliflower: think!!!!

Same sign you add, different sign you subtract

You can only add and subtract monomial with the same literal part

Maths is the science of structure

I want the “unknown” (X) alone and positive

– Mind the sign!

instructions for teachers