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Mr T: The next shape to learn is a trapezium.
Alex: A trap museum? I’ve never heard of it.
Class laughs. Continue reading
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Teacher, Mr T: Two lessons ago, we learnt the formula for the area of a circle. Who remembers it?
Alex the clueless: I do!
Benny the bully: It’s not a wedding ceremony, Alex!
*Class shouts at once: PIES ARE SQUARED!!! Laughter erupts!
Mr T smiles: Fair enough, but remember to put your hands up to answer next time.
Class: Sorry sir! Continue reading
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Teacher: Good morning class. We’re starting off today with learning to work out the area of a rectangle.
Alex with his hand up, says, Sir.
Mr T: Yes, Alex.
Alex: Our PE teacher hasn’t taught us that workout yet.
Mr T: *confused face* I’m lost, I don’t understand what you’ve just said.
Nadia: Sir, it’s because you said “work out”. He thinks a rectangle is an exercise! Continue reading
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Mr T, the teacher: Today, we’re going to learn about formulas relating to circles. Anyone have an example of circles?
*Silence follows . . .
Annabelle: Sir, I have a good example of a circle.
Mr T: Thanks Anna. Please share.
Anna: Pies! Continue reading
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Different things may come to your mind when you see or hear the word ‘Numbers’. There’s a TV series called Numb3rs, a book in the Bible called Numbers, a sub-section under Mathematics in Resources on tes.com called Number, an app called Numbers, even a record label. I probably could go on to give more examples but I suppose you get the point, or at least beginning to see that everywhere you go, there are Numbers. Heck, it’s/they’re one of the first things you have to learn growing up.
So, anyway, here I am currently reading the book of Numbers (as at the time of drafting Continue reading