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Saturday, April 29, 2006

Counting - Binomial Theorum

Hey guys, it's me Michael reporting from my computer. Well let's get this thing off by telling some cool jokes. The world todays seem to be mixing. In that, I mean racial. The world might even be coming up with new races, since everyone's blending! With that in mind, what race would you get when a Holland male and Filipina woman mate? ............Halipinos (just like Jalepino). hahahaha. Okay then let's get to the scribe. We had two class periods today and we started the day by Mr.K telling us how to find PHI or also called the GOLDEN RATIO. Here's how it goes:
After showing us this, we wrote in our dictionaries. This is what we wrote:
Still during the first class, we went over more examples just like our example in our dictionary. Here's what we did:
In the afternoon we were given problems on the board. Here are the questions and the soultions underneath.
After doing this we were put into groups and were given an assignment. I don't know where I put mine and therefore cannot show the problems. Basically it was a review of everything that we have learned. It's been a pleasure and thank you all for reading. Michael out!!

O Yeah, i almost forgot I get to choose the next scribe. I'll do something different and do a cheerleader chant to determine the next scribe. Give me a J...J, give me an A....A, give me a N....N, give me an E.....E, give me a T.....t!! What does that spell JANET!!!!!!!!!!! There you go folks, the next scribe is Janet. haha. It's only fair!!!

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At 5/02/2006 2:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Michael,

I really enjoyed reading and learned from your scribe!!

Your humor and "cheerleading" added just the right amount of spice for a great read.

Your careful explanation and using color to draw attention to critical aspects was most helpful.

Congratulations on your learning and your ability to share so well!


At 5/02/2006 2:46 PM, Blogger Mr. H said...

Michael this is an excellent scribe. You illustrate everything you talk about. If I was in this class and happened to be absent I would have everything I needed to understand the concepts and theory taught in the lesson.

One of your Pascal's Triangles has been cut off by the frame on the left of the blog.

To scribble comes from the root word scribe which was created in Mesopotamia. You are definatly not scribbling. Awesome job. Thanks for sharing.

At 5/03/2006 8:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is scribing at its best - I've introduced the idea of scribing to my Year 5/6 class here in Adelaide, Australia and they could learn a lot from your post on how to effectively describe your learning. I have to admit, the mathematics would be way beyond them and to be honest, it's way beyond me as well! The use of the graphics was really good.

At 5/23/2006 4:45 PM, Blogger Darren Kuropatwa said...

Congratulations Michael!

This post has been entered into The Scribe Post Hall Of Fame for your use of humour, outstanding graphics, depth of detail and meaningful use of colour.

Way to Go!


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