1 Videos with transcripts
1.1 New transcripts
Presently being edited on youtube:
Instructions for the interactive task
Abel starts with whole class dialogue, giving instructions for starting the investigation. (1:16) Abel then works with one of the groups, clarifying the concepts of area and perimeter, as well as how to work with these in Geogebra. The group is still stuck, and (3:30) Abel solicits helps from other students to help this group, asking them to explain details of Geogebra (relating to perimeter and area). (4:11) Students explore Geogebra through peer learning.
Video/Abel Clip 4.m4v,
http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/Video/Abel_Clip_4.m4v,This video is available on your memory stick in the video/Abel rectangles folder.
Duration: 4:32 (Series: Abel rectangles, episode 04)
Students collaborate on GeoGebra investigation on area and perimeter
Introduction to group work, then students doing group work. The teacher supports students in group work, but the students find it difficult to follow the teacher's explanations. Towards the end of the clip, the teacher then asks some students to come over, to explain the issue to the group in their own words.
Video/New Abel clip 4.m4v,
http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/Video/New_Abel_clip_4.m4v,This video is available on your memory stick in the video/Abel rectangles folder.
Duration: 6:56 (Series: Abel rectangles, episode 05)
6 Eness - no transcript
9 Pindi - Graphs
Explanation of randomly selecting pupils to present
Pindi explains how she will randomly select the pupils using strips of paper which have ticks or crosses on them. Pupils are given two more minutes to ensure that everyone in their group is able to present the work.
http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/Video/Pindi_Graphs3-17.mp4,This video is available on your memory stick in the video/Graphs folder.
Duration: 01:07 Video produced in conjunction with AIMSSEC.(Series: Graphs, episode 10)
10 Pindi - exponentials