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					         Possible contexts for
           problem solving
 Let’s Go (SL)
 Fabio needs your help! (CW)
 Predict the winner! (CW/SL)
 Media (SL/CW)
 Should it happen? (Cardiff Crew)
         Possible contexts for
           problem solving
 Let’s Go (SL)
 Fabio needs your help! (CW)
 Predict the winner!
 TV station
 Should it happen?
                Let’s Go! (SL)
 How will you get there? (modes of transport)
 When would you get there?
 How much would it cost? Package vs independent
 You are following the xxxxxxxxxx team, where would
 you base yourself? Understanding the group stage
 practical implications.
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         Possible contexts for
           problem solving
 Let’s Go (SL)
 Fabio needs your help! (CW)
 Predict the winner!
 TV station
 Should it happen?
       Fabio needs your help!
•Understanding the group stage (CW)
•Training the Goalkeeper (CW )
• Penalty Shoot Out
- Who’s the best? (CW)
- The World Cup Final (CW)
Understanding the group stage:
Starter: Country trumps (a game which compares vital
  statistics about each country that participates) (Cardiff
  Crew)
Main: What is the minimum number of points needed in
  the group stage to qualify?
       What is the minimum number of points needed in
  the group stage to win the group?
      What is the minimum number of goals needed to
  score to win the World Cup?
MATHS: Combinations, statistics, percentages
LINKS: Geography
 Do you like them?
 Do you think they are fair?
 Do you think they are a lottery?
 Do you think footballers should practice them?
 Do you think there is something better?
 Only 33% enjoy watching penalty shootouts when their team is involved
 But 84% enjoy watching other teams suffer in penalty shootouts
 Only half of our respondents are happy that penalty shootouts are used in
    games when their team is involved
   69% believe that if footballers practice taking penalties they will increase
    the likelihood of scoring in a shootout
   Only 35% believe that the possibility of going to a shootout influences the
    nature of the football during the first 90 minutes
   But 87% believe that the possibility of going to a shootout influences the
    nature of the football during extra time
   51% of people who expressed a view believe that penalty shootouts are a
    lottery
   People are evenly split on whether extra time should be extended to two
    periods of 20 minutes rather than two periods of 15 minutes
   Half of the people surveyed believed there was a better way than penalty
    shootouts to determine the result of drawn games in international football
    tournaments
    NATION          PENALTY SHOOTOUT
                     WIN/LOSS RECORD
    Argentina             73%
Germany (inc West
                          71%
   Germany)
     Brazil               64%
     France               50%
     Sweden               50%
    Uruguay               43%
      Italy               33%
   Netherlands            20%
    England               17%
 Egypt      7    34   26   8    76   4   3   57
           (6)

  Eire     2     10   7    3    70   1   1   50
England    6     31   21   10   68   1   5   17

Ethiopia   5     -    -    -    -    4   1   80
Penalty shoot-outs: You can never
tell who will win. Or can you?
 On the probability line below mark down where you
 think the probability of each person scoring will be.

0%                      50%                          100%
The scenario:
 You are the manager of England in this year’s World
 Cup. You have successfully steered your team to the
 Final against Brazil!
 However, after 90 minutes and 30 minutes extra time
 played the score is still 0 – 0. The winner of the World
 Cup is to be decided on penalties!
 As the management team your group must decide the
 5 players that will take the penalties and take England
 to their first World Cup victory since 1966....
Who to choose?
    There are many factors that
    affect who the best players
    may be to choose from your
    team:-
    Ability to handle pressure
    Position played
    Age

    How tired players are
How to succeed in a penalty
        shoot-out
 http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/sol/newsid_5110000/new
 sid_5111500/5111562.stm?bw=bb&mp=wm&news=1&bbc
 ws=1
Time to get working!
 Your group will be given 2 sheets. One sheet will have
  the vital details of who, statistically, does the better in
  penalties – e.g. Those under 23 do better than those
  older.
 You will also be given a sheet of all your players on the
  pitch.
 Finally, you will be asked to give the 5 penalty takers to
  your teacher who will feed them into the computer
  and tell you how many goals England will score!
  THE PENALTY SHOOT-OUT!




PENALTIES - FINAL.xls
         Possible contexts for
           problem solving
 Let’s Go (SL)
 Fabio needs your help! (CW)
 Predict the winner!
 TV station
 Should it happen?
   Predict the winner
- Analysis Fifa data (CW)
    - Simulation (SL)
          Possible contexts for
            problem solving
 Let’s Go (SL)
 Fabio needs your help! (CW)
 Predict the winner!
 Media
 Should it happen?
          Media
     - TV Station (SL)
- TV Boss - cameras (CW)
I am working in a TV station and the full time scores are
   coming in for a round of results. Unfortunately , although I
   know the half time results the full time results have been e-
   mailed in WITHOUT the names of the teams on.

Can you quickly attach the correct results together?



Is it generally true that the team that was winning at half time
  won the match?
http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/preliminaries/matches/index.
  html
How would this information affect your strategy to the game?
       Should it happen?
         (Cardiff Crew)
• Economy
-Building the stadiums
-Airport Design
-Boosting the local economy – what
do fans spend?
•Environment
Building the World Cup
There will be a big
opening ceremony
  Don’t ask me
                                                 Will everybody fit?




Nelson Mandela and David Beckham are concerned
that there will not be enough room in the stadium for
all the participating teams in the 2010 World Cup
      90m



70m
What is contextualised learning?
 Starting with a theme and looking at what meaningful
  maths can come from this theme
Or
 Start with the maths – can we put it into a meaningful
  context?
 Teacher Notes
 Prior knowledge
 Possible difficulties
 Securing the learning

				
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