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# Solving maths problems[1] 2º ciclo

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• 1. PLAY WITH MATHS PROBLEMSN IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION SOLVING MATHS PROBLEMS COMENIUS PROJECT
• 2. SOLVING MATHS PROBLEMS
• From Physical Education we think it is very important for student´s learning to share and work same contents in different subjects.
• Interdisciplinarity encourages students to build a better learning.
• If the learning is kept in contact with games (physical activities ) , contents will be treated involving motivation.
• 3. SOLVING MATHS PROBLEMS
• Our activities in solving maths problems were developed in third and four grade about “ obtaining average results”, and in fifth grade was “ reduce or scale down and draw different sport courts”
• 4. ACTIVITIES IN 3º AND 4º GRADE Third and fourth grade played with different games in physical education . In these games they had to take notes about points , marks or times that they got in different activities. Secondly they find out the average in each team. After that they compared results and established a ranking.
• 5. ACTIVITIES IN 3º AND 4º GRADE PLAYING FRESBEE TAKING MARKS, RESULTS… FINDING OUT THE AVERAGE OF RESULTS AND ESTABLISHING A RANKING
• 6. ACTIVITIES IN FIFTH GRADE The aim of this activity in this grade was related with scaling down 1:3 some figures of volleyball and badminton courts using division and after that drawing these courts on the gym floor with colour chalks. Copy with figures Scaling down figures Drawing volleyball court with obtained figures