tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5473916205424933781.post2687180832993548513..comments2022-03-27T07:57:44.956-04:00Comments on M^3 (Making Math Meaningful): The Week All Squared AwayMary Bourassahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12427568524129802618noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5473916205424933781.post-30618345959451841242013-05-11T08:23:20.421-04:002013-05-11T08:23:20.421-04:00We did some of that too but time constraints limit...We did some of that too but time constraints limit how far I can take this. Alex has done amazing things with it though. I'm going to steal more of his stuff and see what I can use for similar triangles and right angled trig in grade 10.<br /><br />Thanks for the feedback :)Mary Bourassahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12427568524129802618noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5473916205424933781.post-17473575628632263692013-05-11T07:55:48.562-04:002013-05-11T07:55:48.562-04:00I hate it when I see a great lesson for something ...I hate it when I see a great lesson for something I've already taught. But then again, it's May, so what did I expect?<br /><br />Will there be a follow-up to this lesson? I would think that once they found the squares that worked, they could be encouraged to find the relationship between the square sizes, or since you're using grid paper, the number of squares within each square.<br /><br />This is great! Thanks Mary.Mr Krafthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10308503886516396943noreply@blogger.com