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Update the wording on reinforcing sequencing in binary number system junior #630

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tah942 opened this Issue Oct 19, 2017 · 1 comment

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tah942 commented Oct 19, 2017

Replace:
Computers use on and off to know how to display information or data. We can use anything we like that is opposite to each other.

Today we will look at what opposites are and how we can count using these. If I said “happy face” what would be the opposite?

What about a cat?

Introduce hats - hat on or hat off - or paper plates - one side on and one side off - and demonstrate how you would make the number 1, then 2, then 3.

Your play must include a demonstration of one of the following:

How to count from 0 to 10 or more using binary dots.
How you would work out the number 5.

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Computers use on and off to know how to display information or data. We can use anything we like that is opposite to each other.

Today we will look at what opposites are and how we can count using these. If I said “happy face” what would be the opposite? What would the opposite be of cat? (This could be a mouse or a dog).

Introduce two opposite objects. They could be paper plates, dual coloured counters, hats (to put on or off), or two different percussion instruments.

Your play must include a demonstration of one of the following:

How to count from 0 to 10 or more using binary dots.
How you would work out the number 5.

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