# Mathematics

The tools below are of two main kinds and are briefly described here:

*Lesson plans*which have been developed, based on the experience of teachers who used the original plans, and which could be used in your classroom.*Narratives*which provide an account of what happened in FaSMEd classrooms and from which you can develop your own lesson ideas.

**Primary**

Areas and Perimeters: xxx *(English)**
*Equivalence of Fractions: xxx

*(English)*

Improper Fractions:

*xxx*Introduction to Fractions: A series of lessons xxx

*(English)*

*(English**Tessellations: xxx*

*(English)*

The Archaeologist Giancarlo: A series of lessons about xxxx

*(English)*

Festa di Primavera: A series of lesson about xxx

*(Italian only)*

**Lower Secondary**

Algebraic Expressions: xxx* (English)*

Applying Properties of Exponents: Matching expressions and statements involving exponents *(English) lesson plan*

Can I sketch a graph based on a given situation?: A digital tool for formative self-assessment* (English and German) lesson plan*

Designing Candy Cartons: A problem-solving activity involving 3D shapes and nets

*(English)*

Developing a Sense of Scale: A lesson unit assessing how well students recognize the relationships of direct propertions

*(English)*

Directed Numbers: xxx

*(English)*

Fractions: A module in the web-based Digital Assessment Environment (DAE) to assess students’ understanding of fractions

*(English and Dutch)*Graphs: A module in the web-based Digital Assessment Environment (DAE) to assess students’ understanding of graphs

*(English and Dutch)*

Interpreting Equations: Matching algebraic equations with descriptions

*(English)*

*lesson plan**Metric System: A module in the web-based Digital Assessment Environment (DAE) to assess students’ understanding of the metric system*

*(English and Dutch)**Properties of Quadrilaterals: Determining which quadrilateral is defined by a set of properties*

*(English)*

*lesson plan*Percentages: A module in the web-based Digital Assessment Environment (DAE) to assess students’ understanding of

*(English and Dutch)*

*Security Cameras:*

*A problem-solving activity about optimising involving the construction and calculation of areas and comparing percentages**(English)*Selling Soup:

*Scales: xxxxxx*

*A*

*problem-solving activity about proportional relationships and the ratio concept in the context of maximising profit (English)*

*(English)*Sharing Costs Traveling to School:

*The “Magic V” Investigation: xxx*

*A problem-solving activity about understanding the ratio*

*concept and mathematical reasoning (English)*

*(English) narrative***Upper Secondary**

Algebraic Equations: xxx *(English)*

Introducing Probability: A 3 lesson sequence defining the notion of probability through a gome situation using tablets *(English)*

Linear Functions: A sequence of lessons introducing the topic of linear functions involving the use of tablets for formative assessment* (English)*

The Meatball Problem: xxx *(English)
*Test