Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Math Outside: Graphing Stories

As part of our data management investigations, we have been using the website to look at graphing real world scernios. In other words, figuring out ways to represent real life mathematically.

Check out the site to see how a graphing story works.

Today, students were asked to create their own graphing story.

They had to choose a real life scenario, video it, and then translate that scenario into a graphical representation, following the media format of a typical graphing story video. This is the typical format.

This is the list of criteria we came up with after viewing some examples of the site:

And here we are, giving it a go outside!

And here's an example! Check out the rest on our youtube page!

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