Your teacher will organise for three large intersecting circles to be marked on the ground with chalk, string or rope. You have to stand in a position in the circles that represents your data. The circles will be called A, B and C.

Instructions

Here are the situations you can choose using the buttons above

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils with a letter 'a' in their name,

set B is the pupils with a letter 'e' in their name

set C is the pupils with a letter 'o' in their name.

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils who like cheese,

set B is the pupils who like tomatoes,

set C is the pupils who like Marmite or Vegemite.

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils who like classical music,

set B is the pupils who like rap music,

set C is the pupils who like dance music.

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils who are brothers,

set B is the pupils who are sisters,

set C is the pupils who are the only child in their family.

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils who have at least one brother,

set B is the pupils who have at least one sister,

set C is the pupils who are the only child in their family.

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils who travel to school by bus,

set B is the pupils who travel to school by car,

set C is the pupils who walk to school.

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils who like sport,

set B is the pupils who like reading,

set C is the pupils who like computer games.

Stand in the correct position if:

set A is the pupils who are wearing something white,

set B is the pupils who are wearing something black,

set C is the pupils who are wearing something blue.

This is a visual aid designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole class exposition. It does not need to be an interactive whiteboard though of course that will make the resource more dynamic. The title "Shine+Write" suggests that the teacher or student can write on the whiteboard to enhance this visual aid.

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