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Video Lesson: Exponential Growth Part 1

Video Lesson

Subject
Math

Description of the video lesson
This video is relevant for Biology as well as Mathematics.
Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to:
- Explain what Exponential Growth is
- Describe Exponential Growth with examples in savings and a chess board
- Deduce the mathematical model
- Know key vocabulary in English

Partner presentation
Pixel

Level of English
This is for age 17 - 19 years and requires some previous knowledge of English terminology in Maths.

Pre-requisites
Basic English vocabulary and some mathematical skill.

Language aims
- Know key vocabulary in English
Keywords and terms that students should be able to discuss:
Exponential Growth, Function, instantaneous, proportional, constant proportion

Subject aims
- Explain what Exponential Growth is
- Introduction to Exponential Growth with examples in savings and a chess board
- Deduction of the mathematical model
- Apply a model to concrete examples
- Know key vocabulary in English

Students' Difficulties
They will require a basic competency in mathematics.

Students' Skills
Understand the concept of Exponential Growth
Apply a model to concrete examples

Teaching Resources

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Language Skills Developed

- Diagrams and graphs
- Exercises
- Web Site/Portal

- Interaction
- Reading
- Speaking
- Writing

- Videos

- Interaction
- Listening
- Speaking

- Videos

- Listening
- Speaking

- Videos

- Interaction
- Listening
- Reading
- Speaking
- Writing

- Multiple choice questionnaire
- Web Site/Portal

- Interaction
- Listening
- Reading
- Speaking
- Writing

- Glossary

- Interaction
- Reading
- Speaking

- Exercises
- Interactive activity

- Reading

- Exercises
- Interactive activity

- Listening
- Reading
- Writing

- Diagrams and graphs
- Interactive activity

- Interaction