OUR FIELD TRIP - ITALY : March 3dt 2017
Perugia and its "monumental" mathematics!
How to use the map of our trip:
1) Go down right and click "Informazioni".
2) Click then "Visualizza i dati".
3) Click from 1 to 15!
Visualizza a schermo intero
A SCRATCH ANIMATION
1) The medieval quadrivium consisted of four subjects. Do you remember which ones?
a) arithmetic - geometry - music - astronomy
b) arithmetic - geometry - science - astronomy
c) arithmetic - geometry - art - astronomy
2) In which monument of Perugia can you find a circle inscribed into a square?
a) Porta San Pietro
b) Arco Etrusco
c) Porta Marzia
ACTIVITY 1: ITALIAN MATHEMATICIANS (Our Bonus activity: no questions for this activity)
Hi Italian eTwinners!
Here a short presentation of our first "math activity" for this eTwinning project. We are going to make videos about some Italian mathematicians. For each mathematician we will show: 1) date and place of birth and death, 2) an innovative topic developed, 3) some applications of the research field of the mathematician.
Here an example of how the video will look like.
You can choose the following mathematicians:
1) Leonardo Fibonacci
2) Niccolò Tartaglia
3) Joseph-Louis Lagrange (Italian-French)
4) Giuseppe Peano
5) Federigo Enriques
I am going to prepare an information leaflet about these five mathematicians to help you. You will work in groups, the deadline is March 15th 2017!
April 30th 2017