Are wordwalls useful in mathematics teaching?

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Subject: Maths » A-level Maths
Last updated: 04/08/2015
Tags: mathematics, wordwall

My first impressions. as a secondary trained mathematics teacher, is that Wordwalls are more appropriate for use in the primary classroom.  After picking a template, the teacher then enters appropriate content and finally chooses a game.

I will, without apology, home in on integral calculus with the teaching of rates of change and differentiation.  Firstly, which template would I choose?  Relevant content would be differentiation, rate of change, gradient, turning points, maximum and minimum, rules for differentiating?

Haven't a clue which game I would choose??  Help.



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