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As the Bell Goes: Audio Reflections - Carin Marchington

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Created on 13 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 02 September 2011 by ncetm_administrator
As the bell goes: Audio reflections

Teacher - Carin Marchington

Teacher - Carin MarchingtonCarin is a Year 4 teacher and co-ordinate mathematics along with music and Design Technology.
Audio Reflections by Carin
  • 6x table
    Carin explains the techniques she uses with her pupils to practise the 6x table
  • Adding several numbers
    Carin reflects on how her pupils handled adding several numbers together in their head
  • Definition of area
    Carin reflects on a new approach to help her pupils learn the mathematical definitions for area and perimeter
  • Division
    Carin reflects on teaching practices that have helped her class with division
  • Fireworks
    Carin explains how she based a lesson on bonfire night
  • Freddy's 50p problem
    Carin explains how she gave her pupils a problem to solved called Freddy's 50p problem
  • Perimeter
    Carin explains a lesson where her pupils worked out perimeters of different shapes by measuring the outside edge
  • Real life Problems
    Carin explains how her class have been doing addition, substraction and muliplication problems in the context of a stationery shop
  • Toy Shop
    Carin talks about having a financial budget and using the internet to decide which items they can purchase
  • Wordsworth
    Carin reflects on her class's experience of the number investigation wordsworth.


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