Proyecto Interdisciplinariedad Inglés-Matemáticas

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Proyecto para el curso 2º de ESO E en el que se estudia la interdisciplinariedad de las materias de inglés y matemáticas.

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Proyecto Interdisciplinariedad Inglés-Matemáticas

  1. 1. PROYECTO INTERDISCIPLINAR INGLÉS-MATEMÁTICAS<br />Curso 2º de ESO E<br />
  2. 2. Vocabularyrevision<br />Howmuchmoney do youhave in yourpocket?<br />Isitmainlycoinsor notes?<br />Do you use creditcards?<br />Whatis a debitcardthen? Do youknowthedifferencebetweenthem?<br />Do youusuallygetanallowancefromyourparents?<br />Writethetranslation of thesewords:<br />Coin/Note<br />Credit/debitcard<br />Allowance<br />
  3. 3. Vocabularyrevision<br />Gotothis blog and checkoutthe “Money, money, money” link. Hereyouwilllearnabout British coins and notes and there’salso a smallexerciseforyou!<br />http://vocabnumber1students.blogspot.com/2009/03/money-money-money.html<br />
  4. 4. A MathsLesson<br />Do youknowhowtosay… in English?<br />Suma<br />Resta<br />Multiplicación<br />División<br />Match thesumstothenumbers:<br />A) 15 + 18 = 33 1) Fourtimesfiveistwenty<br />B) 25 – 11 = 14 2) Seventy-twodividedbynineiseight<br />C) 4 x 5 = 20 3) Twenty-fivetakeawayeleven isforty<br />D) 72 : 9 = 8 4) Fifteenpluseighteenisthirtythree<br />
  5. 5. A MathsLesson<br />Listen totheteacher and writedownthesums. Thenwritetheanswers:<br />E.g.: six times seven __________________<br />Eighty-onedividedbynine__________________<br />Two times thirty-five __________________<br />Onehundred and five plus twelve __________________<br />Onethousandtakeawayfour __________________<br />Sevenminusseven __________________<br />Seventy plus fifty-two<br />Eighteentakeawayfive __________________<br />
  6. 6. A MathsLesson<br />Workouttheanswertothisproblem. Then try toexplainthecalculations in English.<br />Yougotothecinemawithyourparents, brother and sisteron a Wednesday. Tickets are 5 euros foranadult and 3.50 forchildrenunder 11. Yourbrotheris 7 and yoursisteris 9. OnWednesdaysthereis a 10 % reduction.<br />Whatchangeistherefrom 50 euros?<br />
  7. 7. Game<br />What’syournumber? And yourpersonality? Do theactivity and findout!<br />Writeyourname and surname<br />Changeeachletterto a number. Use thiscode:<br />
  8. 8. Game<br />Forexample: <br /> Lucía Gómez = 3 3 3 9 1 7 6 4 5 7<br />Nowaddallnumbers (The total for Lucía is 48)<br />Addthetwonumbers (4 + 8 = 12)<br />Addthesetwonumbers (1 + 2 = 3)<br />And yournumberis… (Thenumberfor Lucía is 3)<br />
  9. 9. Game<br />Nowreadthekey:<br />
  10. 10. A MathsLesson II<br />Puttheseverbsintothespaces:<br />__________ of a number and rememberit!Example: 5<br />__________ me whatitis.<br />__________ 3 5 + 3 = 8<br />__________ by 2 8 x 2 = 16<br />__________ 4 16 – 4 = 12<br />__________ by 2 12 : 2 = 6<br />Now __________ yournumber 6 – 5 = 1<br />
  11. 11. A MathsLesson II<br />Now listen totheteacher and followherdirections:<br />Take a number: 8<br />Doubleit: 16<br />Add 4: 20<br />Divide resultingnumber in half: 10<br />Takeaway 2: 8<br />Theanswerisyournumber!<br />
  12. 12. Game<br />THE SENTENCE OUTLET!<br />Sentenceprice = 1 pound<br />Choose a flawlesssentenceorcorrectthemistakes and get 40% off!<br />Wehaven’tgotsomecomputergames.<br />We’vegotsomegoodrullers.<br />Thisis a excellentdictionary.<br />Thatisanschooolbag.<br />Thoseisfantasticnotebooks.<br />Wehavegotmapscheap.<br />These are greatdiaries.<br />Wehavent’tgotanycalculators.<br />Thisbooks are interesting.<br />Theruberiswhite.<br />ThebookFrenchisinteresting.<br />Therearen’tsomescissors.<br />
  13. 13. VocabularyRevision<br />Match thesewordswiththedefinitions.<br />Money in notes and coins<br />Money youget back whenyoubuysomething<br />Money yougetpaideveryyearforworking<br />Money yougetpaidfordoing a job<br />Money parentsgivetheirchildren<br />
  14. 14. VocabularyRevision<br />Read Mr. Jones’ statement. Howmuchmoneydoes he have in hisaccountnow?<br />First of allweshould revise themeaning of somewords:<br />Savingsaccount: cuenta corriente<br />To transfer: hacer una transferencia<br />Directdebit: cargo a cuenta<br />Withdraw: sacar<br />Cash: dinero en metálico<br />Balance: balance<br />
  15. 15. VocabularyRevision<br />STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT – MR. JONES<br />1st May: Openedsavingsaccount<br />2nd May: Transferred £365.00 <br />6th May: Deposited £78.00 in account<br />12th May: Directdebitpayment: £125.00<br />13th May: Withdrew £340.00 cash<br />13th May: £78.00 paidintoaccount<br />16th May: Balance of account: <br />£ ___________<br />
  16. 16. SomeProblems<br />1. In a classthere are 29 pupils, butthenumber of girlsexceeds in 3 thenumber of boys. Howmanyboys and girls are there in theclass?<br />Boys = x<br />Girls = y<br />Boys + girls = 29<br />Girls = boys + 3<br />
  17. 17. SomeProblems<br />2. Thesum of twonumbersis 12, and the triple of thesmallernumberexceeds in oneunitthedouble of thebiggernumber. Which are thosenumbers?<br />Smallernumber = x<br />Biggernumber = y<br />Smaller no. + bigger no. = 12<br />Triple of thesmallernumber = double of thebigger + 1<br />
  18. 18. SomeProblems<br />3. I havebought 3 pens and a pencilfor 6€. My friend Rose has paid 9.25€ for 2 pens and 3 pencils. Howmuchis a pen? And a pencil?<br />6<br />9.25<br />
  19. 19. SomeProblems<br />4. At thegreengrocer’s a client has paid 3.90€ for 1 kilo of oranges and 2 kilos of apples. Anotherclient has asked 3 kilos of oranges and 1 kilo of apples and has paid 5.70€. Howmuchis a kilo of oranges? Howmuchis a kilo of apples?<br />3.90<br />1x<br />2y<br />5.70<br />3x<br />1y<br />

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