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A study of 2 films (Assignment 1)

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Assignment 1 for EDUC1751 by Matthew Lovegrove "C3126991"

Assignment 1 for EDUC1751 by Matthew Lovegrove "C3126991"

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  • 1. A study of two films
    And the mathematics curriculum
  • 2. A Vision of K-12 Students Today
  • 3. How does the film build real world connections to support student learning?
    • 21st Century technologies
    • 4. Close ups/ Extreme close ups
    • 5. Real students and thought provoking comments
    • 6. Quick succession of similar themed shots
    • 7. Camera Blur
  • How does the film connect with the mathematics curriculum
    Display of a diverse range of technological devices
    • Encourages technology use
    • 8. Researched facts
    • 9. Students will become engaged
  • Applications for the film in a mathematics teaching context
    Teachers: Encourage technology use
    • Students: Promote discussion on technology
    • 10. Students: Create awareness
  • A study of two films
    And the mathematics curriculum
  • 11. Forbidden
  • 12. How does the film build real world connections to support student learning?
    High angle shots
    • Full shots
    • 13. Depicts grandma as helpless
    • 14. A little freedom in the classroom can assist in students supporting their own learning
  • How does the film connect with the mathematics curriculum
    Grandma doesn’t talk much
    • Encourages improved communication
    • 15. Film is a prime example of visual communication
    • 16. Encourages students to communicate via different mediums
  • Applications for the film in a mathematics teaching context
    Teachers: Encourage freedom in classroom
    • Students: Encourage other communication mediums
    • 17. Students: A good base for setting students a film-making task to do with a mathematical concept
  • A study of two films
    And the mathematics curriculum