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‘Boxing Up’ - The Big Launch. Main Story. Boxing Up (A Mathematical Essay). Maths Story. English Story. What is the question asking me? What information do I have?. Introduction. What Maths will I be using?. Working out / Calculations. Answers, checking and presentation. Conclusion.

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Boxing up the big launch

‘Boxing Up’ - The Big Launch


Boxing up a mathematical essay

Main Story

Boxing Up (A Mathematical Essay)

Maths Story

English Story

What is the question asking me? What information do I have?

Introduction

What Maths will I be using?

Working out / Calculations

Answers, checking and presentation.

Conclusion


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How much flour is needed for 18 people?

12 people use 500g of plain flour.


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Ratio / Proportion

Halving

Adding


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12 people = 500g

6 people = 250g

3 people = 125g

12 + 6 = 18 people

500 + 250 = 750g


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6 people = 250g

6 x 3 = 18

250 x 3 = 750


The answers are here

The answers are here


Boxing up is a

Boxing Up is a .......

  • Strategy for working out (for writing)

  • Strategy for discussing (asking each other questions)

  • Strategy for thinking (asking yourself questions)


In your boxes you have 3 question packs

In your boxes you have 3 question packs

Green – Simpler questions.

Pink – Slightly harder

Gold more challenging.


Your task work in pairs

Your Task – Work in Pairs

Choose a question.

Cut it out.

Stick it on your A4 paper.

Answer it using boxing up.

Each pair should aim to complete two questions so that you all have an example to stick in your Maths books.

You may end up doing the same question twice when it is your turn to train someone else.


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Rules for Explaining

  • You can tell them what each box is for but you should ask them what goes inside.

  • Try not to give any answers, try to get the answers from them through questioning.

  • Be supportive / positive.


Post its mean prizes

Post-its mean prizes

1 post it note = P1

At least 3 post it notes = a packet of Haribo

The person on the table with the most post it notes wins a chocolate bar.


A recipe for 12 people uses 500g of plain flour how much flour is needed for 18 people

A recipe for 12 people uses 500g of plain flour. How much flour is needed for 18 people?

How much flour is needed for 18 people?

12 people use 500g of plain flour.

Green Box - What is the question asking me? What information do I have?

Ratio / Proportion

Halving

Adding

Blue Box - What maths will I be using?

12 people = 500g

6 people = 250g

3 people = 125g

12 + 6 = 18 people

500 + 250 = 750g

Red / Pink Box

Working out / calculations?

Yellow / Orange Box

Answers / Checking / Presentation

6 people = 250g

6 x 3 = 18

250 x 3 = 750


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Pink Questions

3.7cm

3.7cm

6.1cm

6.1cm

Calculate the area of the rectangle.

Explain why the area of the parallelogram is equal to the area of the rectangle.


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Green Questions

Tickets:

Age 16 and over £3.60

Under 16 £2.25


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