Lesson Plan: “The archaeologist Giancarlo” is a sequence of lessons set within the context of early algebra. The lessons involve interpreting, comparing and discussing different representations (verbal, symbolic, graphical) of a relationship between two variables.
|Age of students:||9-12 Years.|
|Hardware:||Tablets for students
PC for the teacher
|Software:||IDM-TClass (connected classroom technology).|
|Functionalities:||Sending and Displaying
Processing and Analysing.
|FaSMEd Partner:||University of Turin.|
This activity is framed within the context of early algebra. It is aimed at guiding students: (a) to interpret, compare and discuss three verbal representations of relations between two variables; (b) to interpret and construct symbolic representations of relations; (c) to interpret graphical representations of relations; (d) to carry out conversions between different representation registers (verbal, symbolic, graphical).