Transcript: Grade 5 - Student Work on Display | Mar 31, 1999

The opening slate pops up with a countdown timer from 10 seconds and the title “TVO’s Virtual Classroom. Get connected.”
The “V” in “Virtual” is a tick, the “A” in “classroom” is an at sign with an extended loop that turns into a power cord with a plug at the end, and the first “O” in “classroom” is a spinning globe.

Mister C is in his early forties, with short wavy brown hair and a trimmed beard. He wears glasses, suspenders and a black T-shirt with print of Einstein’s face on the front.

Mister C says GOOD MORNING, AND WELCOME TO
THE LAST SHOW OF THIS VERY
SHORT LITTLE MINI
SERIES FOR GRADE FIVE.
THIS SERIES IS ALL
ABOUT PATTERNING.
AND I WAS ABSOLUTELY THRILLED
WHEN I CAME IN THIS MORNING
TO SEE I HAVE MANY, MANY
PHOTOGRAPHS OF STUDENT WORK
WITH STUDENTS.
AND WE'VE GOT THEM ALL CUED UP
AND READY TO GO, AND IN A FEW
MOMENTS I WILL BASICALLY
START GOING THROUGH THEM
AND INVITING YOU TO
PARTICIPATE WITH ME.
IN THE MEANTIME, I'M GOING TO
SET UP A LITTLE PUZZLE HERE,
AND I WANT YOU TO THINK ABOUT
IT FOR A MOMENT OR TWO.
HERE IT IS.
IT'S WHAT I CALL
A STRAW PROBLEM.

He shows a slate with 9 straws in the following layout: 3 of them form a triangle and from each vertex of the triangle, 2 straws are placed in an acute angle position.

Mister C says AND WHAT THE PROBLEM SAYS IS:
SO WHAT I'M GOING TO DO IS
VERY CAREFULLY GET MY STRAWS
OUT HERE AND START
SETTING THIS UP.
I KNOW WHAT THE PICTURE LOOKS
LIKE SO WHAT I'LL DO IS TAKE
A WHOLE PIECE HERE, AND...
NOW MAKE SURE I'M
DOING THE RIGHT PUZZLE.
YUP.
AND WE'RE GETTING SET UP
HERE, SLOWLY BUT SURELY.
SO THE IDEA WAS TO MOVE...
A SERIES OF STRAWS SO WE
END UP WITH FIVE TRIANGLES.
I BELIEVE IT'S FOUR STRAWS
TO MAKE FIVE TRIANGLES.
SO THERE IT IS.
IT'S ALL SET UP
AND READY TO GO.
NOW, I WONDER HOW
WE MIGHT DO THIS?
NOW, IT DOES SAY
UNEQUIVOCALLY THAT WE NEED
TRIANGLES OF DIFFERENT SIZES.
SO PERHAPS WHAT WE CAN DO IS
CONSIDER THERE ARE POSSIBLY
TWO DIFFERENT SIZES FOR
THIS PARTICULAR PUZZLE.
SO LET'S TAKE A
LOOK AT THIS AGAIN.
YOU CAN CREATE, OBVIOUSLY, A
BIG ONE, AND THEN THERE ARE
ONES OF THIS SIZE.
BECAUSE YOU CAN'T GET
ANY SMALLER THAN THAT,
PARTLY BECAUSE YOU CAN'T
CUT UP THE STRAWS.
SO WHAT I'M TRYING TO DO
IS MAYBE CREATE A BIG ONE
LIKE THIS.
SO IF I MOVE THESE TWO STRAWS
DOWN HERE, THEN I'VE CREATED
A BIG ONE.

He moves two straws and makes a larger straw with the original triangle as the tip.

Mister C says SO WE CAN CALL THAT ONE.
AND IF I REMOVE THESE TWO,
PERHAPS I COULD FIT THEM IN
LIKE THIS AND LIKE THIS.
AND I THINK WE DO HAVE FIVE
TRIANGLES AT THAT POINT.

He removes the two remaining straws and places them in a V shape inside the existing large triangle.

Mister C says ONE BIG ONE, AND
FOUR SMALL ONES.
ONE, TWO, THREE, AND FOUR.
OKAY.
SO THAT'S ONE PROBLEM.
WHAT I'LL DO RIGHT NOW IS I'LL
SHOW YOU A SECOND PROBLEM.
THIS IS IT RIGHT HERE.

He shows another slate with 9 straws forming 3 triangles that are joined by one vertex in a pinwheel-like shape. The problem that reads “Move 3 straws to create 3 rhombi.”

Mister C says NOW, ONE OF THE KEY THINGS
WITH THIS PARTICULAR ONE IS TO
KNOW WHAT THE DEFINITION
OF A RHOMBI IS.
RHOMBI IS PLURAL FOR RHOMBUS.
RHOMBUS IS A FOUR SIDED FIGURE
WHERE ALL FOUR SIDES ARE OF
EQUAL LENGTH.
SO WE'LL SET THIS
ONE UP AS WELL.
NOW WE ONLY HAVE TO MOVE THREE
STRAWS TO GET THREE RHOMBI.
SO LET'S SEE IF WE CAN SET
THIS ONE UP COMES UP AND SEE.
THERE WE GO.
WE HAVE THREE THAT
LOOK LIKE THAT.
THEN WE HAVE...
THESE PIECES HERE.
LOOKS LIKE THIS.
AND LOOKS LIKE...
THIS.
SO THAT WAS WHAT THE
ORIGINAL PUZZLE LOOKED LIKE.
SO NOW WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS
MOVE THREE OF THEM TO GET
THREE RHOMBI.
NOW, REMEMBER, A RHOMBI
IS A FOUR-SIDED FIGURE.
SO SOME HOW OR OTHER WE NEED
TO GET THREE FOUR-SIDED
FIGURES OUT OF THIS.
NOW, IF YOU TAKE A LOOK, AND
LET'S TAKE THIS ONE AWAY
AND SLIDE IT OVER THERE.

He slides one straw to connect it with the next triangle.

Mister C says NOW THESE FOUR SIDES ARE
EXACTLY THE SAME LENGTH SO
THAT WORKS OUT QUITE FINE.
WELL, IF THAT ONE WORKS THERE,
THEN CLEARLY THIS ONE WORKS
HERE, AND LAST BUT NOT
LEAST, THIS ONE WORKS HERE.

He repeats the process with the other two triangles.

Mister C says SO WE END UP WITH, WELL,
IT'S AN INTERESTING PICTURE
BECAUSE YOU END UP WITH A
HEXAGON WITH THREE RHOMBI IN
THE CENTRE, AND SOME PEOPLE
MIGHT EVEN SAY IT LOOKS KIND
OF LIKE A CUBE.
OKAY, SO WHAT WE ARE GOING TO
DO NOW IS SHOW THE STUDENT
WORK THAT WE'VE RECEIVED.
NOW, I WILL COMMENT IN GENERAL
ON JUST A COUPLE OF ASPECTS
OF EACH OF THE POSTERS.
ONE OF THE PROBLEMS I WILL
HAVE IS THAT, IN FACT, I WILL
ONLY BE ABLE TO COMMENT ON THE
BROAD BRUSH STROKES, THAT IS
TO SAY WHAT I CAN SEE
OBVIOUSLY BECAUSE THE DETAIL
IS VERY HARD FOR ME TO READ.
IDEALLY, WHAT I WOULD DO IS
I WOULD INVITE THE STUDENTS,
ONCE THEY SEE THEIR WORK, TO
PHONE IN AND DESCRIBE CERTAIN
ASPECTS OF THE WORK, BUT
UNFORTUNATELY WE CAN'T QUITE
DO THAT THIS MORNING.
SO LET'S GO AHEAD AND BEGIN
TO TAKE A LOOK AT SOME
OF THOSE PICTURES.
THERE'S THE VERY FIRST ONE.

He shows a picture of a girl showing a large blue poster with different sized squares.

Mister C says THIS ONE IN PARTICULAR IS
FROM A STUDENT AT FLAMBOROUGH.
I DON'T HAVE THE LIST OF
NAMES SO I CAN'T SAY
WHO IT IS PARTICULARLY.
WHAT IS REALLY, REALLY LOVELY
ABOUT THIS IS THE IMMENSE
AMOUNT OF WORK THAT CLEARLY WENT
INTO THIS PARTICULAR POSTER.
I WANT YOU TO NOTE THAT AROUND
THE EDGE THEY'VE DONE A
REALLY NICE DESIGN.
AND IT'S QUITE CLEAR IN THE
CENTRE THERE ARE TWO PATTERNS
I SEE THAT JUST JUMP OUT.
ONE INVOLVES PARALLELOGRAMS
WITH CIRCLES INSIDE.
I THINK THAT'S REALLY NEAT.
AND THE OTHER ONE'S OBVIOUSLY
A CHECKERBOARD PATTERN
OF SOME SORT.
NOW, I TALKED ABOUT THE IDEA
OF GETTING RELATIONSHIPS.
NOW, ONE OF THE THINGS THAT
THEY CAN DO IN EACH ONE OF
THESE, LIKE FOR INSTANCE,
THE ONE TO DO WITH THE
PARALLELOGRAMS, AND THE
CIRCLES, ONE OF THE NUMERICAL
PATTERNS YOU CAN GET HAS
TO DO WITH PERIMETER.
SO SAY THE PERIMETER OF THE
FIRST ONE, BECAUSE IT'S A
RHOMBUS, IS FOUR.
WHILE THE PERIMETER OF
THE SECOND WOULD BE SIX,
THE NEXT EIGHT, THE
NEXT TEN, AND SO ON.
NOW, I CAN'T SEE THAT'S
WRITTEN ON THERE, BUT I'D BE
WILLING TO BET THAT'S ONE
THING THEY COULD HAVE DONE.
THE SECOND THING THEY COULD DO
IS PERHAPS LOOK AT THE AREA
OF THE CIRCLES THAT
ARE INSIDE THE RHOMBI.
AND THE AREA OF THE FIRST ONE,
LET'S ASSUME THAT THE RADIUS
IS ONE, JUST FOR SIMPLICITY,
SO ONE COULD SAY THE FIRST
AREA IS PI, THE SECOND ONE IS
2 PI, THE NEXT ONE, 3 PI,
4 PI AND SO ON.
SO THAT'S ANOTHER POSSIBLE
RELATIONSHIP ONE COULD LOOK AT.
THE CHECKERBOARD SQUARE,
ALL KINDS OF POSSIBLE
RELATIONSHIPS THERE, INCLUDING
THE NUMBER OF SQUARES IN
TOTAL, WHICH STARTS WITH THREE
BY THREE IS NINE, AND GOES TO
ODD-NUMBERED ONES, FIVE BY FIVE
IS 25, SEVEN BY SEVEN IS 49.
THEN YOU COULD LOOK AT THE
PATTERNS IN THE NUMBER OF
BLACK SQUARES AND YELLOW
SQUARES, OR DARK AND LIGHT
SQUARES, AND IN THE FIRST ONE,
YOU'LL HAVE FIVE, THE NEXT
ONE YOU'LL HAVE 13, THE NEXT
ONE YOU'LL HAVE 25 DARK ONES
AND, CONVERSELY, YOU WOULD
HAVE FOUR LIGHT ONES,
AND SO ON AND SO FORTH.
NOW, THIS PARTICULAR ONE, I
CANNOT SEE DOWN AT THE BOTTOM,
I CAN'T SEE OUTSIDE CLASSROOM
EXAMPLES, SO I KIND OF
DWELLED ON THIS ONE A LITTLE
BIT BECAUSE IT'S A VERY,
VERY NICE POSTER.
THIS ONE IS DYNAMIC SIMPLY
BECAUSE THE BOLD COLOURS
IN THE BORDER REALLY
JUMP OUT AT YOU.

He shows another picture of two students holding up a poster full of multi-coloured hexagons.

Mister C says I CAN SEE IN THE INTERIOR
THERE'S CLEARLY BEEN SOME
WORK DONE WITH SQUARES AND
ARRANGEMENTS OF SQUARES.
I CANNOT SEE MUCH
MORE DETAIL THAN THAT.
I DO LIKE THE PATTERN
AROUND THE OUTSIDE, THOUGH.
IT'S VERY POWERFUL.
IT'S VERY COLOURFUL.
IT EMPLOYS A NUMBER
OF GEOMETRIC SHAPES.
ONCE AGAIN, THE BORDER ON
THIS ONE IS QUITE STRONG.

He shows another poster held by two pre-teen girls from Jack Miner.

Mister C says I CAN SEE, ONCE AGAIN, THE
PATTERNS THAT ARE IN THE
CENTRE HAVE TO DO WITH, I
WOULD SAY IN THE SECOND ONE,
ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE, YOU
CAN SEE ONE SQUARE, AND THEN
THREE SQUARES ATTACHED IN
A V FORM, AND FIVE SQUARES
ATTACHED IN A V
FORM, AND SO ON.
NOW, I MAY BE MISINTERPRETING
THIS BECAUSE IT'S HARD FOR ME
TO SEE THE DETAIL.
LOOKING DOWN IN THE BOTTOM
LEFT HAND CORNER, I THINK
QUITE CLEARLY ARE TWO OR
THREE EXAMPLES OF PATTERNS
IN THE REAL WORLD.
AH, THIS ONE I CAN SEE THE
REAL WORLD EXAMPLES, AT LEAST
ONE OF THEM, A
LOT MORE CLEARLY.

He shows another picture of a girl from Jack Miner holding a smaller poster.

Mister C says AND THE ONE THEY SEEM TO HAVE
HERE, I THINK IS PROBABLY A
NATURAL PATTERN THAT HAS TO
DO WITH HOW A TREE GROWS,
WHERE A TREE HAS A TRUNK, THEN
IT HAS CERTAIN BRANCHES THAT
COME OUT FROM CERTAIN POINTS
ON THE TRUNK OF THE TREE, AND
THE PATTERN IS CONTINUED WHEN
YOU GO OUT ON THE BRANCH AND
YOU HAVE CERTAIN TWIGS COMING
OUT IN CERTAIN PATTERNS ALONG
THE BRANCH AND SO ON.
SO THAT'S ACTUALLY A VERY
INTERESTING PATTERN.
AND CERTAINLY CLEARLY ONE
THAT IS A NATURAL PATTERN,
AND THERE ARE MANY OF THOSE.
HERE WE HAVE TWO POSTERS, AND
BOTH OF THEM ARE VERY BRIGHT
AND COLOURFUL.

He shows another picture of two students from Flamborough, a boy and a girl, holding one poster each.

Mister C says
I CAN PARTICULARLY COMMENT ON
THE ONE ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE.
ONE INVOLVES TRIANGLES AND
TRIANGLES AND TRIANGLES.
REMEMBER THE STRAW PUZZLE I
DID JUST A FEW MOMENTS AGO.
IN FACT, ONE OF THE
RELATIONSHIPS THEY COULD DO
WITH THE TRIANGLE ONE IN THE
UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER OF THE
RIGHT HAND POSTER IS TO
LOOK AT THE NUMBER OF
TOTAL TRIANGLES.
WHEN THERE IS ONLY ONE
TRIANGLE, THAT'S NO PROBLEM,
THERE'S JUST ONE.
BUT IN THE SECOND ONE,
YOU HAVE FOUR SMALL ONES,
PLUS ONE BIG ONE.
SO THERE IS ACTUALLY
FIVE IN THE SECOND ONE.
THIS IS ONE OF THE PATTERNS
SHE COULD HAVE BEEN GENERATING.
I CAN SEE QUITE CLEARLY AT THE
BOTTOM THAT SHE'S GENERATED
THREE T TABLES WHICH INDICATE
THAT SHE PROBABLY HAS FOUND
THREE RELATIONSHIPS.
YOU CAN AGAIN GET INTO THE
PERIMETER OF THE OVERALL PIECE.
THE FIRST ONE HAS A PERIMETER
OF THREE, THE SECOND ONE HAS
A PERIMETER OF SIX, THE NEXT
ONE HAS A PERIMETER OF NINE,
AND SO ON.
WELL, YOU MIGHT EVEN GET INTO
THE NUMBER OF STRAWS IT WOULD
TAKE TO CONSTRUCT EACH ONE.
IT TAKES THREE
FOR THE FIRST ONE.
I HAVE TO THINK CAREFULLY
HERE, THE SECOND ONE IS NINE.
THE THIRD ONE, I'M GOING
TO SPECULATE IS 27.
YOU'D ACTUALLY HAVE
TO CHECK THAT OUT.
I'M ALREADY GENERATING
A PATTERN IN MY MIND.
IT MAY NOT BE
ABSOLUTELY CORRECT.
LET ME THINK ABOUT IT.
NINE PLUS... ACTUALLY, TO BE
QUITE HONEST, I WAS WRONG.
IT WOULD PROBABLY BE 18 STRAWS
TO WORK OUT, OR TO DO THE
THIRD DRAWING.
THE DRAWING ON THE RIGHT HAND
SIDE OF THAT POSTER IS A
PYRAMID STRUCTURE.
AGAIN, IN TERMS OF NUMBER OF
SQUARES, ONE OF THE THINGS
YOU CAN DO AS A RELATIONSHIP
IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE
STAGE NUMBER AND THE NUMBER
OF A CERTAIN COLOURED BLOCK.
BECAUSE SHE HAS USED A VERY
STRONG COLOURING PATTERN
THERE AS WELL.
IT'S VERY, VERY NICE.
THIS ONE JUMPS OUT AT YOU AS
WELL IN TERMS OF ITS BRIGHTNESS.

He shows another picture of two girls from Jack Miner holding a bright yellow poster with red and green checker frame.

Mister C says WHAT I CAN SEE THERE IS A
COUPLE OF INTERESTING THINGS
ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE.
NOW I THINK THEY ARE
PERHAPS EXAMPLES OF PATTERNS
IN THE REAL WORLD.
AGAIN, BECAUSE I CAN'T READ THE
DETAIL, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN
REALLY WONDERFUL TO HAVE ONE
OF THESE TWO STUDENTS PHONE IN
AND DESCRIBE PARTICULARLY
PATTERN B, WHICH IS THE ONE
IN THE CENTRE.
I'M RATHER INTERESTED IN
WHAT'S GOING ON THERE.
BUT, UNFORTUNATELY, I CAN'T
QUITE COMMENT BECAUSE I'M NOT
SURE EXACTLY WHAT IT IS.
BUT, AGAIN, I LIKE THE
BRIGHTNESS OF THIS, AND THE
BORDER, THEY'VE TAKEN A
GREAT DEAL OF TIME TO WORK
ON THE BORDER.

The pattern in the middle looks like a maze.

He shows another picture of a girl from Jack Miner holding a large poster.

Mister C says OKAY, THERE IS A WAY THAT YOU
CAN PHONE IN IF YOU SEE
YOUR PICTURE.
AND THE NUMBER IS, AND I'M
GOING TO HAVE TO GET IT FROM --
OH, OKAY.
I'M TALKING TO THE -- I
SHOULDN'T BE DOING THIS.
I'M TALKING TO MY HELPERS IN
THE LITTLE BLACK ROOM BESIDE ME.
BUT IF YOU WANT TO PHONE IN
AND TALK ABOUT YOUR POSTER,
HERE'S THE PHONE
NUMBER YOU CAN USE.
I'M GOING TO PUT
IT RIGHT HERE.
IT'S 1-888-371-1917.
SO WE'RE GOING TO TAKE
A LOOK AT THAT AGAIN.
YOU CAN PHONE IN.
THE FACILITATOR SHOULD USE
THE VOX LINE TO CALL IN.
AND THEY CALL IN
USING THIS NUMBER: 1-888-371-1917
SO THE FACILITATOR MAY USE THE
VOX LINE AND PHONE IN HERE.
SO WHAT I'LL DO IS HANG OUT
FOR A SECOND OR TWO AND
PERHAPS THIS STUDENT, IF SHE'S
IN THE ROOM, AND SEES ME
RIGHT NOW, CAN PHONE IN USING
THAT 1-888 NUMBER, AND MAYBE
WE CAN GET SOME COMMENTS
ABOUT THIS ONE.
AS I LOOK AT IT AGAIN, I'M
VERY IMPRESSED BY THE AMOUNT
OF WORK THAT EVERY
SINGLE STUDENT HAS DONE.
WE HAVE SAMPLES HERE FROM BOTH
JACK MINER AND FLAMBOROUGH,
AND WE'VE BEEN SORT OF
FLIPPING BACK AND FORTH
BETWEEN THEM.
IT IS QUITE CLEAR THAT
EVERYBODY HAS JUST PUT IN A
SUPER AMOUNT OF WORK.
DO WE HAVE A STUDENT?
OKAY, WE ARE ABOUT
TO TALK TO A STUDENT.
THIS IS WONDERFUL.
AND THIS IS WHAT I WAS SORT
OF ENVISIONING THIS WHOLE
PROGRAM WOULD BE
LIKE THIS MORNING.
HELLO, AND WHO
AM I TALKING TO?

The student says CRYSTAL.

Mister C says CRYSTAL.
I ASSUME THIS IS YOUR PROJECT?

Crystal says YES.

Mister C says CAN YOU DO ME A FAVOUR?
CAN YOU DESCRIBE THE PATTERNS
THAT YOU HAVE ON YOUR POSTER
SO THAT I HAVE A BETTER
IDEA WHAT EXACTLY YOU DID?

Crystal says WHAT PATTERN?

Mister C says YOU CAN CHOOSE ANY ONE
YOU WANT TO DESCRIBE.
JUST TELL ME APPROXIMATELY
WHERE IT IS ON YOUR POSTER.

Crystal says IN THE MIDDLE, THE
ALTERNATE TREE BRANCHES.

Mister C says OH, I SEE IT.
TELL ME ABOUT THAT ONE.

Crystal says WELL, ONE BRANCH COMES OUT,
AND THEN ABOVE ANOTHER ONE
COMES OUT.

Mister C says AND THEY SEEM TO BE
DIFFERENT LENGTHS.
IS THAT IMPORTANT?
THE BRANCHES?

Crystal says WHAT?

Mister C says THE BRANCHES SEEM TO
BE DIFFERENT LENGTHS.
IS THE LENGTH IMPORTANT
IN THE PATTERN AS WELL?

Crystal says YES.
THE BRANCHES KEEP
ON GETTING SMALLER.

Mister C says AS YOU GO UP.
OKAY.
SO WHAT RELATIONSHIPS DID
YOU PUT DOWN IN YOUR T TABLE
ABOUT THE TREE?

Crystal says THAT WAS THE REAL
WORLD EXAMPLE.

Mister C says OH, IT'S A REAL
WORLD EXAMPLE.
ABSOLUTELY RIGHT.
OKAY, GREAT.
SO THAT'S A NICE ONE
TO DO WITH A NATURAL
REAL WORLD PATTERN.
NOW, I SEE IN THE UPPER LEFT
HAND CORNER, IS THAT A PATTERN
YOU DEVELOPED AS WELL?

Crystal says YES.

Mister C says CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT'S THERE?
IT'S HARD FOR ME TO SEE.

Crystal says IT STARTS WITH THREE BRICKS,
AND THEN UNDERNEATH THERE IS
SIX, AND THEN IT KEEPS ON
GETTING MORE SQUARES
AS YOU GET DOWN.

Mister C says OKAY, THREE, SIX, WHAT'S THE
NEXT NUMBER IN THE PATTERN?

Crystal says NINE.

Mister C says OKAY, SO COUNTING IN THREES?

Crystal says YEAH.

Mister C says EXCELLENT.
DID YOU ENJOY
DOING THE PROJECT?

Crystal says YEAH.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
CRYSTAL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
I'M GOING TO GO TO
THE NEXT PICTURE.
ACTUALLY, IF IT'S A JACK MINER
PICTURE, MAYBE WE CAN JUST
HOLD YOUR LINE OPEN.
LET'S TAKE A LOOK.
YES, IT IS.

He shows another picture of two girls from Jack Miner holding a poster.

Mister C says SO EITHER ONE OF THESE TWO
STUDENTS, COULD YOU JOIN ME
ON THE LINE?
WE'LL WAIT FOR A MOMENT OR TWO
UNTIL SOMEBODY JOINS IN HERE.
IT'S A VERY BRIGHT
PICTURE, AS WELL.
I'M REALLY ENJOYING THIS.
THIS IS QUITE FANTASTIC.

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HI, AND WHO AM
I SPEAKING TO?

The caller says PARDON?

Mister C says WHO AM I TALKING TO?

The caller says EMILY.

Mister C says HI, EMILY.
AND I PRESUME YOU ARE
HOLDING YOUR POSTER HERE.
WHO IS THE OTHER STUDENT?

Emily says HER NAME IS KAREN, BUT
SHE'S NOT HERE TODAY.

Mister C says OKAY, BUT YOU CAN TALK
ABOUT YOUR POSTER, EH?

Emily says YEAH.

Mister C says NOW, CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT
THE PATTERN WHICH INVOLVES THE
SQUARES ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE?

Emily says WELL, YOU START TO -- WELL,
YOU HAVE THREE, THEN YOU KEEP
ON ADDING TWO BLUES EACH
TIME, SO AT THE END IT
BECOMES A ROCKET.

Mister C says OH, I SEE THAT.
OKAY.
NOW, WHAT RELATIONSHIPS DID
YOU MENTION WHEN YOU SET UP
THAT PATTERN?
I WAS LOOKING FOR THREE
DIFFERENT RELATIONSHIPS?

Emily says WELL...

Mister C says EACH ONE IS A STAGE,
ISN'T IT, RIGHT?

Emily says YEAH.

Mister C says IN THE FIRST STAGE, YOU
MIGHT HAVE SAID, MAYBE ONE
RELATIONSHIP IS THE STAGE
NUMBER COMPARED TO THE NUMBER
OF BLUE SQUARES, RIGHT?

Emily says YES.

Mister C says IS THAT ONE OF
THE ONES YOU DID?

Emily says YEAH.

Mister C says DID YOU DO ONE WHICH INVOLVED
THE TOTAL NUMBER OF SQUARES
IN EACH ONE?

Emily says YEAH, I DID THAT, TOO.

Mister C says WHAT ELSE DID YOU DO
FOR YOUR THIRD ONE?

Emily says I DID PERIMETER.

Mister C says OH, EXCELLENT.
SO WHAT'S THE PERIMETER OF THE
FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD ONE,
JUST SO I KNOW?

Emily says IT'S EIGHT.

Mister C says SO EIGHT IS THE FIRST ONE,
AND THEN THE SECOND ONE IS?

Emily says 12.

Mister C says AND THEN KEEP ADDING
FOUR, I PRESUME?

Emily says YEAH.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
NOW, WHAT REAL WORLD EXAMPLES
DID YOU INCLUDE IN THE POSTER?

Emily says WELL, I INCLUDED A
STAR AND THE RAINBOW.

Mister C says OKAY, YES.
ANY OTHERS?

Emily says YEAH, A CLOUD
AND A RAIN DROP.

Mister C says OKAY.

Emily says CIRCLES HOOKING TOGETHER.

Mister C says OH, WONDERFUL.

Emily says AND THEN TRIANGLES WITH
A BIG DOT INSIDE THEM.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.

Emily says AND LONG RECTANGLES.

Mister C says WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
YOU'VE DONE A GREAT JOB.
ONCE AGAIN, HOLD YOUR LINE
OPEN, AND IF THE NEXT ONE IS
A JACK MINER ONE, THEN WHAT
WE'LL DO IS PASS THE LINE.
LET'S SEE, NO IT'S
A FLAMBOROUGH ONE.

HE shows a picture of two students form Flamborough, a boy and a girl, holding one poster each.

Mister C says SO MAYBE YOU GUYS IN JACK
MINER CAN HANG UP, AND MAYBE
WE CAN GET A CALL
FROM FLAMBOROUGH.
LET'S REMIND FLAMBOROUGH
WHAT THE PHONE NUMBER IS.
THERE IT IS: 1-888-371-1917
OKAY, SO WE'RE GOING TO GO
BACK TO THE -- THERE WE ARE.
WE'RE GOING TO GO
TO THE NEXT ONE.
OKAY, WE HAVE ANOTHER
PIECE FROM JACK MINER.

Another picture of a boy from Jack Miner holding a poster appears.

Mister C says IF YOU HAVE GIVEN UP THE LINE,
PERHAPS, YOU CAN PHONE BACK IN.
BY THE WAY, THE WAY THESE ARE
ARRANGED IS THREE STUDENTS
FROM JACK MINER SET UP IN A
ROW, THEN WE HAVE A STUDENT
FROM FLAMBOROUGH SET UP.
SO RIGHT NOW WE HAVE THREE
IN A ROW WE'LL DO FROM
JACK MINER, I SHOULD SAY.
SO IF THIS STUDENT IS IN THE
ROOM, CAN YOU CALL IN PLEASE
AT 1-888-371-1917.
SO WE'RE LOOKING AT, AGAIN,
THE BORDER IS VERY BRIGHT.
I SEE A TRIANGLE PATTERN DOWN
IN THE BOTTOM LEFT HAND SIDE.
LET'S SEE, WHAT
ELSE CAN I SEE?
I REALLY NEED SOME
COMMENTS HERE.
IT WOULD HELP
OUT A WHOLE LOT.
WE'RE JUST ABOUT TO
GET HOOKED UP HERE.
JUST A MOMENT OR TWO.
BE PATIENT.
ANYWAY, HI.

The caller says HI.

Mister C says AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says COLIN.

Mister C says HI, COLIN.
WHAT DID YOU THINK OF
DOING THIS PROJECT?
DID YOU LIKE IT?

Colin says YEAH, IT WAS FUN.

Mister C says GREAT.
I SEE I THINK IT'S A
TRIANGLE PATTERN DOWN IN THE
BOTTOM LEFT HAND CORNER.
IS THAT ONE OF YOUR PATTERNS?

Colin says YES.

Mister C says CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT IT?

Colin says IT'S REALLY NOT A
REAL WORLD EXAMPLE,
IT'S FROM A VIDEO GAME.

Mister C says RIGHT, OKAY.
BUT THAT'S A REAL
WORLD EXAMPLE.
VIDEO GAMES ARE OUT
THERE IN THE REAL WORLD.
HOW DOES THAT PATTERN WORK
IN TERMS OF THE VIDEO GAME?

Colin says IT'S A BIG TRIANGLE, AND IT
HAS THREE LITTLE TRIANGLES
IN THE MIDDLE OF IT.

Mister C says OKAY, SO IT IS A STRUCTURE
OF TRIANGLES IN TERMS OF THE
VIDEO GAME.
NOW, IN THE UPPER LEFT HAND
CORNER, I SEE YOU'VE DEVELOPED
A PATTERN.
IS IT WITH SQUARES?
IT'S HARD FOR ME TO SEE.

Colin says YES, IT IS.

Mister C says WHAT KIND OF RELATIONSHIP DID
YOU GET WITH SOME OF THOSE
SQUARE PATTERNS?
CAN YOU GIVE ME SOME OF
THE NUMERICAL SEQUENCES?

Colin says SORRY, WHAT WAS THE QUESTION?

Mister C says FOR ANY ONE OF THE PATTERNS
YOU HAVE, YOU HAVE A T TABLE,
RIGHT?
WITH STAGE ONE, TWO,
THREE, FOUR, FIVE, RIGHT?

Colin says YEAH.

Mister C says CAN YOU READ ANY ONE OF THE
SEQUENCES OF NUMBERS THAT
YOU HAVE IN THE T TABLE?

Colin says FOR THE NUMBER OF SQUARES.

Mister C says GOOD.
THAT'S A GOOD ONE.

Colin says IN STAGE ONE, I
GOT ONE SQUARE.
AND IN STAGE TWO I
GOT THREE SQUARES.
AND STAGE THREE I
GOT FIVE SQUARES.

Mister C says OKAY, SO THIS ONE
IS COUNTING BY TWOS?

Colin says YES.

Mister C says SO THE NEXT ONE IS SEVEN?

Colin says YEAH.

Mister C says AND SO ON AND SO ON.

Colin says YEAH.

Mister C says DID YOU HAVE ANOTHER
RELATIONSHIP FOR THAT PATTERN
AS WELL?

Colin says YEAH, I HAD THE
NUMBER OF BOXES.

Mister C says RIGHT.
AND CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT THAT
SEQUENCE IS, AND THEN I'LL GO
TO THE NEXT POSTER?

Colin says STAGE ONE, I GOT ONE.
AND TWO I GOT THREE.
AND FOR STAGE
THREE I GOT FIVE.

Mister C says OKAY.
SO THIS IS A SIMILAR PATTERN
TO THE ONE BEFORE, RIGHT?

Colin says YEAH.

Mister C says THAT'S FANTASTIC.
I'M GLAD YOU ENJOYED THIS.
THE NEXT POSTER SHOULD ALSO BE
A JACK MINER ONE, SO YOU CAN
PASS YOUR LINE TO ONE
OF THESE TWO GENTLEMEN.

He shows a picture of two boys from Jack Miner holding a poster.

Mister C says SO WE'RE JUST WAITING FOR ONE
OF THESE TWO GENTLEMEN TO --
I LIKE THE COLOUR AGAIN.
THERE'S A LOT OF COLOUR
INVOLVED IN THESE.

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HELLO, AND WHO
AM I SPEAKING TO?

The caller says KENNY.

Mister C says KENNY, WHO IS YOUR PARTNER?

Kenny says DANNY.

Mister C says OKAY.
CAN YOU TELL ME
ABOUT YOUR POSTER?
ANYTHING YOU'D
LIKE TO TELL ME.
LET'S START WITH THAT.

Kenny says ACTUALLY, MY FAVOURITE ONE
IS THE SUN AND THE MOON.

Mister C says RIGHT.
IS THERE SOMETHING SPECIFIC
YOU CAN TELL ME ABOUT THE SUN
AND THE MOON?
IS IT THE PATTERN OF
THE PHASES OF THE MOON?

Kenny says YEAH.

Mister C says THAT'S A REALLY NEAT PATTERN.
AND ESPECIALLY THIS MONTH.
DO YOU KNOW WHAT
A BLUE MOON IS?

Kenny says YES.

Mister C says THIS MONTH WE
HAVE A BLUE MOON.
WHAT IS THAT?

Kenny says WE GET A FULL MOON
IN A MONTH TWICE.

Mister C says THAT'S RIGHT.
AND, OF COURSE, THIS YEAR IS
REALLY STRANGE BECAUSE THERE
ARE TWO MONTHS
LIKE THAT, RIGHT?

Kenny says RIGHT.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
CAN YOU TELL ME A LITTLE BIT
ABOUT MAYBE -- I CAN SEE
STRIPS OF, UP HERE, YOU
SEE THESE STRIPS UP HERE?
CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT
ANY OF THOSE PATTERNS?

Kenny says IT'S A FOUR SIGN TABLE.

Mister C says OKAY, FAIR ENOUGH.
GREAT.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
I'M GLAD YOU PUT A
LOT OF WORK INTO THIS.
THIS IS SUPER.
THIS NEXT PICTURE SHOULD
ALSO BE FROM JACK MINER,
SO LET'S TAKE A LOOK.
YES, IT IS.
SO EITHER ONE OF THESE TWO
STUDENTS PLEASE JOIN US FOR
A LITTLE CONVERSATION.

He shows another picture of two girls from Jack Miner holding a poster.

Mister C says I LIKE THE BORDER AGAIN.
IT'S VERY NICELY DONE.
I THINK --

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HI.
AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says JOCELYN.

Mister C says AND JOCELYN,
WHO'S YOUR PARTNER?

Jocelyn says SUSAN.

Mister C says GREAT.
NOW, CAN YOU TELL ME
ABOUT THE PATTERN?
I'M GOING TO POINT TO
IT UP IN THIS CORNER.
TELL ME ABOUT THAT ONE.

Jocelyn says IS IT THE LEFT?

Mister C says IT'S UPPER LEFT, RIGHT.

Jocelyn says OKAY.
IT'S GOT YELLOW, AND THEN BLUE
UNDER IT, AND IT'S LIKE A
CROSS SORT OF.

Mister C says IT'S A CROSS WITH
COLOURS, RIGHT?

Jocelyn says YEAH.

Mister C says OKAY, CAN YOU TELL ME ONE OF
THE SEQUENCES YOU FOUND WITH
THE CROSS WITH COLOURS?

Jocelyn says THEN YOU ADD THE ALTERNATE
COLOUR ON THE OTHER SIDE.

Mister C says OH, OKAY.
HEY, THAT'S A NEAT RULE.
I LIKE THAT A WHOLE LOT.
NOW, I THINK YOU'VE GOT
SOME REAL WORLD EXAMPLES.
I'M GUESSING THEY
ARE DOWN HERE.
TELL ME ABOUT YOUR
REAL WORLD EXAMPLES.

Jocelyn says WELL, IN THE MIDDLE, THERE
ARE SOME DOWN THE MIDDLE, TOO.

Mister C says RIGHT.

Jocelyn says AND ONE IS A BEDSPREAD.

Mister C says OH, OKAY.
YES, OF COURSE.

Jocelyn says AND THE NEXT ONE IS A SHIRT.
THE NEXT ONE IS A FLOWER.

Mister C says OF COURSE.
THEY ARE VERY STRONG
PATTERNS, AS WELL.

Jocelyn says AND THEN THERE IS A BALL.

Mister C says THIS ONE RIGHT HERE, RIGHT?

Jocelyn says YEAH.

Mister C says OKAY.

Jocelyn says AND A BELT.
AND PANTS.

Mister C says OVER HERE?

Jocelyn says YEAH.
AND A HAT.

Mister C says WHICH IS THE HAT?
I'M NOT SURE.
OVER HERE?
NO?

Jocelyn says ON THE RIGHT IN THE CORNER.

Mister C says RIGHT OVER HERE
SOMEWHERE, RIGHT?

Jocelyn says YEAH.

Mister C says DID YOU ENJOY
DOING THE PROJECT?

Jocelyn says YES.

Mister C says OH, THAT'S FANTASTIC.
HOLD ON TO THE LINE BECAUSE I
THINK THE NEXT POSTER IS ALSO
FROM JACK MINER.
LET'S TAKE A LOOK.
NO, IT'S A FLAMBOROUGH.
OKAY, SO WE'RE GOING TO GET
YOU TO HANG UP AT JACK MINER,
AND WE'RE GOING TO GET A
CALL IN FROM FLAMBOROUGH.

He shows another picture of a boy and a girl from Flamborough holding a poster each.

Mister C says AND THESE ARE TWO POSTERS SO
MAYBE WE CAN SORT OF DO EACH
ONE OF THESE INDIVIDUALLY.
BUT BOY, THESE LOOK GOOD, TOO.
WHAT I'M HOPING TO DO BEFORE
THE END OF THE SHOW IS SHOW
OFF EVERY SINGLE PIECE, EVEN
IF I DON'T GET A CHANCE TO
TALK TO THE STUDENTS.
IT'S A LITTLE BIT TRICKIER
DOING THE CONNECTION WITH THE
PHONE NUMBER 1-888 AND
SO ON AND SO FORTH.
HI, WHO AM I SPEAKING TO?

The caller says KALEY.

Mister C says KALEY, I PRESUME YOURS IS ON
THE LEFT HAND SIDE, RIGHT?

Kaley says YEAH.

Mister C says CAN YOU TELL ME
ABOUT YOUR PATTERN?
SAY, THIS PATTERN RIGHT HERE.
I THINK THAT'S ONE, RIGHT?
TELL ME A BIT ABOUT IT AND
WHAT RELATIONSHIPS YOU FOUND.

He points at some pyramids made of boxes.

Kaley says BY ROWS, I ADD A ROW
THAT'S TWO BLOCKS LONGER.

Mister C says SO EACH ROW GOT
TWO BLOCKS LONGER.
SO CAN YOU READ FOR ME THE
T TABLE VALUES FOR THAT?

Kaley says OKAY, ONE OF THEM WAS THE
NUMBER OF SQUARES COLOURED.
AND NEXT ONE WAS THE NUMBER
OF BLOCKS NOT COLOURED.

Mister C says OH, OKAY.
THAT'S REALLY GOOD.
CAN YOU ALSO TELL ME WHAT YOUR
REAL WORLD EXAMPLES WERE?
AT LEAST ONE OF THEM.

Kaley says OKAY, BUILDINGS.

Mister C says BUILDINGS, OF COURSE.
ALL KINDS OF PATTERNS BUILT
INTO BUILDINGS WITH WINDOWS
AND OTHER THINGS, RIGHT?

Kaley says BOTTOM OF SHOES.

Mister C says YES, VERY, VERY GOOD.
WHAT ELSE?

Kaley says TILES ON THE FLOOR.

Mister C says THEY CAN INDEED BE
PATTERNS, AS WELL.
NOW, IS THE GENTLEMAN TO YOUR
LEFT IN THE ROOM AS WELL?

Kaley says YEAH, ADAM.

Mister C says OKAY, CAN I
SPEAK TO ADAM NOW?

Adam says HELLO.

Mister C says HELLO, ADAM?

Adam says HI.

Mister C says HI.
CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT
THIS PATTERN RIGHT THERE?
HOW IS IT SET UP.
WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

Adam says CONNECTING EDGES.

Mister C says CONNECTING EDGES.
AND WHAT KIND OF SHAPES
ARE BUILT INTO THIS ONE?
IS IT TRIANGULAR?
I'M HAVING A LITTLE BIT
OF DIFFICULTY SEEING.
IT LOOKS VERY, VERY GOOD.

Adam says A TRIANGLE AND RHOMBUS.

Mister C says OH, TRIANGLES AND RHOMBUS.
OKAY, THAT'S GREAT.
CAN YOU TELL ME ONE OF THE
SEQUENCES THAT YOU FOUND
FOR A RELATIONSHIP?

Adam says CONNECTING EDGES.

Mister C says OKAY.
CAN YOU READ THE NUMBERS IN
THE SEQUENCE THAT YOU HAVE
IN YOUR T TABLE FOR THAT?

Adam says ONE AND FOUR.
TWO AND EIGHT.
THREE AND TWELVE.

Mister C says GREAT.
OKAY, SO YOU SET THAT WELL.
OKAY, NOW THIS ONE IS A
PATTERN OF CROSSES, RIGHT?
SO EACH TIME YOU ADD
AN ADDITIONAL CROSS.
SO THE NUMBER OF
BLOCKS HERE IS FIVE.
HOW MANY IN THIS ONE?

Adam says TEN.

Mister C says AND THEN THE NEXT ONE?

Adam says FIFTEEN.

Mister C says AND SO ON.
NOW, CAN YOU ALSO TELL ME WHAT
ONE OR TWO OF YOUR REAL WORLD
EXAMPLES WERE?

Adam says A FLOOR TILE.

Mister C says EXCELLENT, SUPER ONE.

Adam says AND TABLE TOPS.

Mister C says TABLE TOPS.
OF COURSE, THEY'VE GOT ALL KINDS
OF PATTERNS ON THEM AS WELL.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
WE'LL BE FLIPPING BACK,
I THINK, TO JACK MINER.
AND UNFORTUNATELY WE'VE GOT
TO DO IT THIS WAY BECAUSE WE
DIDN'T EXPECT THE TECHNICAL
PROBLEMS, SO I'VE GONE BACK
AND FORTH.

He shows another picture of a girl from Jack Miner holding a poster with some pictures and a yellow and purple grid pattern.

Mister C says SO MAYBE WE CAN GET THIS PERSON
TO CALL IN FROM JACK MINER.
THIS ONE IS VERY,
VERY BRIGHT.
I SEE SOME PICTURES DOWN HERE.
I'M SORT OF INTERESTED
TO KNOW WHAT THESE ARE.
AGAIN, I HAVE TO COMMENT ON
THE GENERAL QUALITY OF WORK.
IT IS QUITE CLEAR THAT EVERY
STUDENT HAS MADE A REAL EFFORT
AT DRAWING SOME NICE PATTERNS.
OKAY, SO WHO AM I SPEAKING TO?
HELLO?

He caller says HI.

Mister C says HI, AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says KELSEY.

Mister C says HI, KELSEY.
THESE THREE AT THE BOTTOM,
ARE THEY REAL WORLD EXAMPLES
DOWN HERE?

Kelsey says YES.

Mister C says CAN YOU TELL ME
WHAT THEY ARE?

Kelsey says THEY ARE BUILDINGS.

Mister C says BUILDINGS, YES.

Kelsey says FROM THE WATER PLANT.

Mister C says OH, OKAY.
AND WHAT ELSE?
ALL THREE OF THESE
ARE BUILDINGS?

Kelsey says NO, JUST TWO OF THEM.

Mister C says OKAY.
WHAT'S THE OTHER ONE?

Kelsey says IT'S A PATIO PATTERN.

Mister C says OH, EXCELLENT.
ANOTHER REALLY GOOD
PLACE TO FIND A PATTERN.
OKAY, WELL, THANK
YOU VERY MUCH.
I'M NOT GOING TO COMMENT
QUITE SO LONG ON EACH ONE,
BUT THAT'S REALLY,
REALLY NICE.
I LOVE YOUR REAL
WORLD EXAMPLES.
OKAY, SO WE'RE GOING TO OUR
NEXT ONE FROM JACK MINER.

He shows another picture of two girls form Jack Miner holding a poster.

Mister C says SO ONE OF THOSE TWO STUDENTS, IF
YOU COULD JOIN US ON THE LINE.
AGAIN, A VERY BRIGHT BORDER.
A VERY NICE PATTERN
TO DO WITH COLOUR.
AND I CAN SEE IT'S
BEEN WELL GENERATED.
I WONDER WHAT THIS IS
DOWN HERE AT THE BOTTOM?
I'VE GOT TO FIND OUT WHAT
THAT IS, AND WHAT THIS IS.

The caller says HELLO.

Mister C says HI, AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says JODIE.

Mister C says AND YOUR PARTNER'S NAME IS?

Jodie says KATIE.

Mister C says OKAY.
CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT THIS IS
DOWN IN THIS BOTTOM CORNER?

Jodie says THE LEFT OR RIGHT?

Mister C says MY LEFT.

Jodie says A RAINBOW.

Mister C says A RAINBOW.
SO THAT'S ONE PATTERN IN
THE REAL WORLD, RIGHT?

Jodie says YEAH.

Mister C says AND HOW ABOUT THIS ONE?

Jodie says THE DAYS OF THE WEEK.

Mister C says OF COURSE.
CLEARLY IT'S A
REPEATING PATTERN.
CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT,
LET'S SAY THIS ONE UP HERE
IN THIS CORNER.
WHAT'S GOING ON THERE?

Jodie says THE LEFT OR THE RIGHT?

Mister C says MY RIGHT.
THIS ONE OVER HERE.
SEE WHERE MY POINTER IS?

Jodie says IT'S YOU START WITH ONE
HEXAGON, AND YOU KEEP ON
ADDING A TRAPEZOID.

Mister C says OKAY, THAT'S WONDERFUL.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
NICE JOB, GUYS.

Jodie says OKAY.

Mister C says WE'RE GOING TO SET UP
ANOTHER FROM JACK MINER.
SO BE PREPARED, THERE IT IS.

Another picture of a boy from Jack Miner appears.

Mister C says AND WE WOULD LOVE TO
SPEAK TO THIS STUDENT.
THAT'S NICE, TOO.
SO IS THIS STUDENT IN
THE ROOM RIGHT NOW?

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HELLO, WHO AM I SPEAKING TO?

The caller says MATTHEW.

Mister C says HI, MATTHEW.
OKAY, THIS IS QUITE
CLEARLY A PATTERN HERE.
IT KEEPS GETTING LONGER.
CAN YOU TELL ME ONE OF THE
RELATIONSHIPS YOU FOUND FOR
THIS PATTERN UP HERE?

He points at a sequence of grid patterned columns that get longer from left to right.

Matthew says IT'S A SIX TIMES TABLE.

Mister C says OH, OKAY.
SUPER.
CAN YOU TELL ME ONE OR TWO
OF YOUR REAL WORLD EXAMPLES
AS WELL?

Matthew says THE YELLOW ONE
IS A HONEYCOMB.

Mister C says EXCELLENT.
AND THIS ONE DOWN BELOW?

Matthew says I DON'T KNOW
WHAT THAT ONE IS.

Mister C says OKAY, NOT A PROBLEM.
HAVE YOU GOT ONE OTHER
REAL WORLD EXAMPLE YOU CAN
TELL ME ABOUT?

Matthew says MY PATTERN UP ON THE LEFT
HAND CORNER, I KEEP ADDING
FOUR TO IT.

Mister C says OKAY, VERY, VERY GOOD.
WELL DONE, MATTHEW.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
AND I THINK WE'RE GOING TO
HAVE ANOTHER PICTURE HERE FROM
JACK MINER, SO MAYBE WE CAN GET
ONE OF THESE TWO STUDENTS ON.
SO THERE WE ARE.

He shows another picture of two girls holding a poster.

Mister C says ONE OF THESE TWO STUDENTS,
IF THEY COULD JOIN US.
I LIKE THE OUTSIDE PATTERN,
AGAIN, HAS TO DO WITH
TRAPEZOIDS AND HEXAGONS.
THAT'S REALLY VERY NICE.
THIS ONE LOOKS
VERY, VERY CLEAR.
IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S WELL DONE.

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HI, AND WHO AM I SPEAKING TO?

The caller says KEISHA.

Mister C says HI, KEISHA.
AND WHO IS YOUR PARTNER?

Keisha says MEGAN.

Mister C says OH, THAT'S GREAT.
THIS IS A VERY NICE POSTER.
LOOKS LIKE IT'S
WELL-ORGANIZED.
CAN YOU SEE MY POINTER?

Keisha says NO.

Mister C says OKAY.
I USE THIS POINTER,
BUT YOU CAN'T SEE IT, EH?

Keisha says NO.

Mister C says OKAY.
UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER, CAN
YOU TELL ME ABOUT THE PATTERN
IN THE UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER?

Keisha says I START WITH A HEXAGON, AND
EVERY TIME I ADD TWO TRIANGLES.

Mister C says OKAY.
CAN YOU GIVE ME ONE OF THE
RELATIONSHIPS YOU FOUND IN
YOUR T TABLE FOR THAT ONE?

Keisha says THE NUMBER OF LINES.

Mister C says OKAY.
SO GIVE ME THE NUMBERS
IN THE SEQUENCE, PLEASE.

Keisha says IN STAGE ONE, I HAD 14.
IN STAGE TWO I HAD 18.
IN STAGE THREE I HAD 22.

Mister C says SO EACH TIME YOU
WERE ADDING HOW MANY?

Keisha says FOUR.

Mister C says RIGHT.
CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT ONE OR
TWO OF YOUR REAL WORLD EXAMPLES?

Keisha says THE FIRST ONE IS TREES.

Mister C says RIGHT.
AND THE BRANCHES,
IS THAT RIGHT?

Keisha says YEAH.

Mister C says OKAY, GREAT.
ANOTHER ONE?

Keisha says THE LAKE.

Mister C says AND WHAT KIND OF PATTERN
ARE YOU LOOKING AT THERE?

Keisha says THE RIPPLES.

Mister C says THE RIPPLES.
OKAY, VERY, VERY GOOD.
THAT'S NICE.
AND ONE MORE.

Keisha says HILLS.

Mister C says HILLS.
AND THEY SORT OF
COME IN SEQUENCES?

Keisha says YEAH.

Mister C says OKAY.
OKAY, SO WE'RE GOING TO GO
TO ANOTHER PHOTO IN JUST A
MOMENT OR TWO.
AND IT'S A STUDENT
FROM JACK MINER AGAIN.
AND COULD THIS PERSON PLEASE
PHONE IN, NOT PHONE IN, JUST
PICK UP THE LINE, PLEASE.
LET'S SEE WHAT CAN I SEE
THERE THAT I'M INTERESTED IN?
AGAIN, IT LOOKS LIKE THERE'S
A LOT OF STUFF ON THE POSTER.

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HI, AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says MEGAN.

Mister C says CAN YOU TELL ME
ABOUT YOUR POSTER?
WHATEVER YOU'D LIKE
TO TELL ME THIS TIME.
I WON'T DIRECT YOU.

Megan says ALL RIGHT, I
HAVE A RAINBOW.

Mister C says YEAH.

Megan says IT'S A REAL LIFE DRAWING.

Mister C says RIGHT.
THAT'S EXCELLENT.
AND WHAT ELSE HAVE YOU
GOT ON YOUR POSTER?

Megan says A CHECKER BOARD.

Mister C says YEAH, OKAY.
AND WHAT KIND OF PATTERN DID
YOU FIND WITH A CHECKER BOARD?

Megan says THE SQUARES KEEP
ON CHANGING COLOUR.

Mister C says SO YOU LOOKED AT
RELATIONSHIPS OF COLOURS
AND THE NUMBER OF SQUARES
WITH CERTAIN COLOURS IN
THE STAGE NUMBER?

Megan says YEAH.

Mister C says OKAY, VERY, VERY GOOD.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
AND WE'LL GO TO
ANOTHER PICTURE.

He shows a picture of two girls from Jack Miner holding a poster.

Mister C says SO IN BETWEEN, WE WILL GO
BACK TO, WE'RE GOING BACK AND
FORTH, AND WE HAVE THIS ONE.
AGAIN, ONE OF THESE TWO
STUDENTS, IF YOU CAN JOIN US.
OH, I SEE SOME INTERESTING
PICTURES ON THE BOTTOM THERE.
DOWN HERE.

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HELLO.
HOW ARE YOU DOING?
CAN YOU TELL ME YOUR NAME?

The caller says MY NAME IS JACQUELINE.

Mister C says AND YOUR PARTNER IS?

Jacqueline says EMILY.

Mister C says OKAY.
CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT THIS
PATTERN UP HERE WHICH
INVOLVES, I CAN SEE A BIT
OF A STAR OR A HEXAGON.

Jacqueline says IT STARTS WITH A HEXAGON,
AND YOU ADD TWO TRIANGLES.

Mister C says OKAY.
NOW, WE'VE HEARD ONE LIKE
THAT BEFORE, SO THAT'S ONE
WE'VE SEEN.
WHAT ABOUT THE ONE ON THE
OTHER SIDE OVER HERE,
ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE.
WHAT'S GOING ON THERE?

Jacqueline says IT STARTS WITH A HEXAGON.

Mister C says YES.

Jacqueline says THEN IT GOES TO DIAMONDS.

Mister C says AH, SO YOU'RE ADDING, YOU'RE
CREATING SOME DIAMONDS.
OKAY.
SO RHOMBI.
AND YOU DID SOME RELATIONSHIPS
WITH THAT, RIGHT?

Jacqueline says YES.

Mister C says NOW, I SEE WHAT
LOOKS LIKE A CAT HERE.
IS THAT RIGHT?

Jacqueline says YEAH.

Mister C says NOW, IS THAT ONE OF YOUR REAL
WORLD EXAMPLES OF A PATTERN?

Jacqueline says YES.

Mister C says WHAT KIND OF A PATTERN
DOES A CAT HAVE?

Jacqueline says BIG STRIPES AND
LITTLE STRIPES.

Mister C says OKAY, SO IT'S IN
THE FUR COLOURING.
THAT'S GREAT.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH, AND
WE'LL GO ON TO OUR NEXT ONE.
AGAIN, EVERY TIME I SEE THESE,
I KNOW EVERYBODY HAS PUT
IN A LOT OF WORK.
SO THIS IS GREAT.

Another picture of two teenage girls from Jack Miner holding a poster appears.

Mister C says NOW, ONCE AGAIN, ONE OF THESE
TWO STUDENTS, COULD YOU JOIN US.
WE ONLY HAVE ABOUT FIVE
MINUTES LEFT, SO WHAT I MAY
END UP DOING IS SHOWING THE
REMAINDER OF THE PICTURES AND
JUST CONGRATULATING EVERYBODY.
WE DID NOT PUT THESE ON
IN ANY PARTICULAR ORDER.
SO I'M TAKING THEM
AS I SEE THEM.

The caller says HELLO.

Mister C says HELLO, HOW ARE YOU DOING?

The caller says FINE.

Mister C says AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says ERIN.

Mister C says ERIN.
AND YOUR PARTNER IS?

Erin says STEPHANIE.

Mister C says OKAY, GREAT.
THIS IS A VERY NICE
LOOKING POSTER INDEED.
CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT THE
PATTERN YOU'VE WORKED ON
IN THE UPPER RIGHT HAND
CORNER AS I SEE IT?

Erin says YOU START WITH ONE SQUARE,
AND THEN YOU JUST KEEP
ADDING ONE.

Mister C says OKAY, SO YOU HAD
SOME RELATIONSHIPS.
WHAT RELATIONSHIPS
DID YOU LOOK AT?

Erin says NUMBER OF TILES.

Mister C says RIGHT.

Erin says AND NUMBER OF SQUARES.

Mister C says OKAY.

Erin says AND THE PERIMETER.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
WHAT WERE YOUR REAL WORLD
EXAMPLES ON THIS ONE?
I THINK THERE ARE SOME PRETTY
STRONG LOOKING ONES HERE.

Erin says DESIGNS ON RINGS.

Mister C says VERY TRUE.
SO JEWELLERY, RINGS
IN PARTICULAR.
WHAT ELSE?

Erin says DESIGNS ON WALLPAPER.

Mister C says OH, ABSOLUTELY.
THAT'S GOT TO BE ONE.

Erin says AND DAYS OF THE WEEK.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
WE'RE GOING TO LOOK AT A
COUPLE OF FLAMBOROUGH ONES
RIGHT NOW.
AND IF YOU WOULDN'T
MIND CALLING IN.
SO WE'VE GOT THE FIRST ONE.
SO WE'LL GET THE PICTURE UP.
SO WE'LL KNOW WHO -- WE'VE
GOT TWO DIFFERENT RUNS
FROM FLAMBOROUGH HERE.
AND IF EITHER ONE OF THOSE
TWO STUDENTS COULD PHONE IN.
AGAIN, BOTH OF THESE
ARE VERY BRIGHT.
HI, WHO AM I SPEAKING TO?

The caller says JUST A MOMENT.

Mister C says OKAY, WE'RE HANGING IN THERE.

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HI.
CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT YOUR
NAME IS, LET'S START THERE.

The caller says TIFFANY.

Mister C says AND CAN YOU TELL ME
ABOUT YOUR PROJECT?

Tiffany says WHICH ONE?

Mister C says YOURS IS OVER HERE, RIGHT?

Tiffany says YES.

Mister C says NOW, CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT
THIS PATTERN ON THIS SIDE?
ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE?

Tiffany says OKAY.
EACH STAGE YOU ADD ONE
ORANGE COLOUR TO THE BLUE.

Mister C says RIGHT.
WHAT WAS AN EXAMPLE OF
A REAL WORLD PLACE
YOU'D FIND A PATTERN?

Tiffany says THE RABBIT'S FOOTPRINTS.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
ONE MORE.

Tiffany says AND A FLOOR.

Mister C says OKAY, THAT'S GREAT.
IS THE GENTLEMAN TO
YOUR LEFT THERE AS WELL?
CAN I SPEAK TO HIM?

The caller says HI.

Mister C says HI, AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says DEAN.

Mister C says HI, DEAN.
TELL ME ABOUT THE PATTERN YOU
HAVE ON YOUR RIGHT HAND SIDE
WITH THOSE SQUARES.
WHAT WERE YOU DOING?

Dean says I WAS ADDING SQUARES
TO RECTANGLES.

Mister C says SQUARES TO RECTANGLES.
VERY, VERY GOOD.
WHAT WERE A COUPLE OF
EXAMPLES OF REAL WORLD PLACES
YOU WERE DOING PATTERNS,
OR FOUND PATTERNS?

Dean says TIRE TRACKS.

Mister C says EXCELLENT.
THAT'S A NEW ONE, TOO.
GREAT.
ANYTHING ELSE?

Dean says NAKE SKIN.

Mister C says OF COURSE.
HEY, YOU'VE GOT A COUPLE
OF REALLY GOOD ONES.
WHAT'S YOUR THIRD ONE?

Dean says FENCE.

Mister C says EXCELLENT, WELL DONE.
HAVE WE GOT ANOTHER PICTURE WE
CAN SET UP FROM FLAMBOROUGH?
AND THEN I THINK WE'RE GOING
TO HAVE TO JUST SORT OF RUN
THROUGH TO THE END.

Another picture of a girl from Flamborough appears. She holds a fluorescent poster.

Mister C says OKAY, SO WE HAVE THIS ONE NOW.

The caller says HELLO?

Mister C says HI, AND YOUR NAME IS?

The caller says BETHANY.

Mister C says YOU KNOW SOMETHING, THE
OUTSIDE BORDER OF YOURS IS
VERY DRAMATIC.
I LIKE THAT.
CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT
YOUR REAL WORLD EXAMPLES?

Bethany says MY PANTS.

Mister C says YES, OF COURSE.

Bethany says THEY WERE MADE
OUT OF PLAID.

Mister C says YES, YES, PLAID IS A
VERY STRONG PATTERN.
WHAT ELSE?

Bethany says MY KITCHEN FLOOR.

Mister C says OF COURSE.
THAT'S A VERY GOOD EXAMPLE.
WITH TILES, I PRESUME?

Bethany says YEAH.

Mister C says
GOOD.
AND ONE MORE?

Bethany says OUR WINDOWS AT OUR HOUSE.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
AND THANK YOU.
WHAT I WOULD LIKE
TO DO IS THIS.
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK
ABSOLUTELY EVERYBODY FOR THE
AMAZING AMOUNT OF WORK
THEY PUT IN DOING THIS.
I'M GOING TO ASK OUR
TECHNICIANS TO GO UP TO THE
TOP OF THE PICTURES AND AFTER
I'VE SIGNED OFF, ALL I'M
GOING TO DO IS ASK THEM TO
BASICALLY SHOW EACH ONE OF
THE PICTURES FOR ABOUT FIVE
SECONDS SO WE MAKE SURE EVERY
ONE OF YOUR PICTURES
AT LEAST ARE SHOWN ONCE.
I WISH I COULD HAVE GOTTEN TO
ALL OF THEM, BUT I THINK WE
HAD AN INTERESTING TECHNICAL
PROBLEM THIS MORNING WE WERE
TRYING TO GET AROUND, AND WE
PROBABLY USED UP SOME TIME AT
THE BEGINNING OF THE PROGRAM
WE WOULDN'T NORMALLY USE.
BUT I MUST ADMIT, I THINK
YOU'VE DONE AN OUTSTANDING JOB.
I THINK YOU PROBABLY
UNDERSTAND MORE ABOUT PATTERNS
THAN YOU DID BEFORE, AND
HOPEFULLY, YOU SEE PATTERNS
EVERYWHERE YOU GO.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
I HOPE THE REST OF YOUR SCHOOL
YEAR IS VERY SUCCESSFUL.
NOW LET'S RUN THOSE PICTURES,
AND WE'LL SEE YOU AGAIN
SOMEDAY I HOPE.
BYE-BYE.

The pictures shown over the course of the program run.

A slate pops up with the caption “Please remember to log off! Pick up handset. Press pound then 7. Press 1 to confirm. Hang up handset. See you next time!”

Watch: Grade 5 - Student Work on Display