Lucky Dip

IB Maths Studies: Lucky Dip

The lucky dip idea is really quite a simple one, its easy to explain and its a good one for last minute checking. In short, each of the syllabus items are printed, copied and cut out into small bits. These bits are put in an envelope and students take a "Lucky dip" and pull out a syllabus item from the envelope. Once they have the item they must answer some questions about it. This can be done individually at home or...


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Comments 1

Eva Tarrasón 24 March 2018 - 18:36

Hi Jim,

Thanks for this idea, my students are loving it!! We added 2 more questions to combine with the subtopics:
- Give a one-minute presentation about this topic
- Solve a problem related with this sub-topic

We use it for 10 minutes at the end of each class now that we are reviewing for the exams.
Thanks!


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