TOOL 1.5 – GEOMETRIC FIGURES GAME

AIMS OF THE ACTIVITY
Allow participants to experience first-hand different ways to address the problems and the different emotions and sensations they feel in different contexts
DESCRIPTION / METHODOLOGY
SEE WHO IS THE BEST / COMPETITIVE

Leaves sheets covered with squares (to each / a sheet)

Turn the paper and find out how many squares are there (answer 40)

Time: 5 min.

If someone finishes before, writing time

Conclusion:

Who has found 45?

Those who have found 40?

Write emotions and reflections: with sincerity

SEE WHAT YOU ARE ABLE TO DO / INDIVIDUALIST

Delivery sheets covered with bi-angular shapes (each one / to a sheet)

Turn the sheets and identify how many bi-angular figures are (answer 11)

SUGGESTED TIMING: 5 min.

If someone finishes before, writing time, sign the sheet and deliver

Conclusion:

Withdraw the sheets without communicating the result

What has been experienced? … Write emotions and reflections: with sincerity

DIVISION IN GROUPS / COOPERATIVE

A sheet for each group (4/5 people)

How many triangles are there in the figure?

All must know how to recognize and find

As attested by the results of each one for all (answer 18)

Then we go to the groups for “questioning”.

Time: 5 min. that in reality will become a.c. 15 min., Is one of the variables to consider.

SUGGESTED TIMING
1 hour 1 hour and a quarter debriefing included
MATERIAL AND RESOURCES NEEDED
 
COMPETENCES DEVELOPED
Interdependence

Cooperation

Cooperative working method and individualistic method

 

How many squares are there in the drawn figure?

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How many bi-angular figures are drawn in the figure?

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How many triangles are there in the drawn figure?

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