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1. Word cloud
120 seconds
How many seconds are in one minute?
2. Slide
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Elapsed time is the amount of time that has passed between two events. It can be used to calculate the difference between two different times, such as the time it takes to finish a race or the time it takes to complete a task. In maths, elapsed time is a useful skill to help you solve word problems and understand time-based concepts.
Elapsed Time in Maths
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Elapsed Time: Elapsed time is the amount of time between two events or points in time. It is measured in hours, minutes, and seconds. Telling Time: Telling time is the ability to read and interpret a clock or other time keeping device. Time Measurement: Time measurement is the process of measuring the elapsed time between two events or points in time.
Concepts:
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The ancient Egyptians and Babylonians used a base-60 system to measure elapsed time, which is why we still use 60 seconds in a minute and 360 degrees in a circle today! The probability of a leap year is one in four. This means that an average year is 365.25 days long! The SI (International System of Units) base unit of time is the second, and all other units are multiples or subdivisions of the second!
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5. Open question
300 seconds
Why is it important to know how to calculate elapsed time?
6. Word cloud
120 seconds
Name one of the seven continents.
7. Word cloud
120 seconds
Name one of the seven continents.
8. Word cloud
120 seconds
Name one of the seven continents.
9. Word cloud
120 seconds
Name one of the seven continents.
10. Word cloud
120 seconds
Name one of the seven continents.
11. Word cloud
120 seconds
Name one of the seven continents.
12. Slide
60 seconds
Geography is the study of the Earth’s landforms, oceans, atmosphere, and people. It involves understanding physical and human systems and how they interact. Geographers use maps and other tools to study the environment, people, and resources.
Introduction to Geography
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60 seconds
Geography: The study of the physical features of the Earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources Map: A representation of the Earth’s surface, or part of it, showing the shape and position of different countries, political boundaries, natural features such as rivers and mountains, and artificial features such as roads and buildings Cartography: The science or practice of drawing maps and charts, with particular reference to geography
Concepts:
14. Poll
60 seconds
Which continent is the largest?
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South America
15. Slide
60 seconds
The world's longest mountain range is the Andes, stretching for 4,500 miles along the west coast of South America. The deepest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Siberia, which is 5,387 feet deep. The world's smallest country is Vatican City, with a population of just over 800 people.
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16. Open question
300 seconds
What countries make up the continent of Asia?
17. Open question
300 seconds
What are some of the physical features of Asia?
18. Personalised Feedback
360 seconds
Can you name three continents that are completely surrounded by water?
19. Open question
300 seconds
What have you learned about the geography of Asia?
20. Open question
300 seconds
How is the geography of Asia different from the geography of other continents?
21. Slide
60 seconds
Geography is the study of the Earth’s landforms, oceans, atmosphere, and people. It involves understanding physical and human systems and how they interact. Geographers use maps and other tools to study the environment, people, and resources.
Introduction to Geography
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60 seconds
Geography: The study of the physical features of the Earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources Map: A representation of the Earth’s surface, or part of it, showing the shape and position of different countries, political boundaries, natural features such as rivers and mountains, and artificial features such as roads and buildings Cartography: The science or practice of drawing maps and charts, with particular reference to geography
Concepts:
23. Poll
60 seconds
Which continent is the largest?
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South America
24. Slide
60 seconds
The world's longest mountain range is the Andes, stretching for 4,500 miles along the west coast of South America. The deepest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Siberia, which is 5,387 feet deep. The world's smallest country is Vatican City, with a population of just over 800 people.
Did you know?
25. Open question
300 seconds
What countries make up the continent of Asia?
26. Open question
300 seconds
What are some of the physical features of Asia?
27. Personalised Feedback
360 seconds
Can you name three continents that are completely surrounded by water?
28. Open question
300 seconds
What have you learned about the geography of Asia?
29. Open question
300 seconds
How is the geography of Asia different from the geography of other continents?
30. Slide
60 seconds
Geography is the study of the Earth’s landforms, oceans, atmosphere, and people. It involves understanding physical and human systems and how they interact. Geographers use maps and other tools to study the environment, people, and resources.
Introduction to Geography
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60 seconds
Geography: The study of the physical features of the Earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources Map: A representation of the Earth’s surface, or part of it, showing the shape and position of different countries, political boundaries, natural features such as rivers and mountains, and artificial features such as roads and buildings Cartography: The science or practice of drawing maps and charts, with particular reference to geography
Concepts:
32. Poll
60 seconds
Which continent is the largest?
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South America
33. Slide
60 seconds
The world's longest mountain range is the Andes, stretching for 4,500 miles along the west coast of South America. The deepest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Siberia, which is 5,387 feet deep. The world's smallest country is Vatican City, with a population of just over 800 people.
Did you know?
34. Open question
300 seconds
What countries make up the continent of Asia?
35. Open question
300 seconds
What are some of the physical features of Asia?
36. Personalised Feedback
360 seconds
Can you name three continents that are completely surrounded by water?
37. Open question
300 seconds
What have you learned about the geography of Asia?
38. Open question
300 seconds
How is the geography of Asia different from the geography of other continents?
39. Slide
60 seconds
Geography is the study of the Earth’s landforms, oceans, atmosphere, and people. It involves understanding physical and human systems and how they interact. Geographers use maps and other tools to study the environment, people, and resources.
Introduction to Geography
40. Slide
60 seconds
Geography: The study of the physical features of the Earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources Map: A representation of the Earth’s surface, or part of it, showing the shape and position of different countries, political boundaries, natural features such as rivers and mountains, and artificial features such as roads and buildings Cartography: The science or practice of drawing maps and charts, with particular reference to geography
Concepts:
41. Poll
60 seconds
Which continent is the largest?
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South America
42. Slide
60 seconds
The world's longest mountain range is the Andes, stretching for 4,500 miles along the west coast of South America. The deepest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Siberia, which is 5,387 feet deep. The world's smallest country is Vatican City, with a population of just over 800 people.
Did you know?
43. Open question
300 seconds
What countries make up the continent of Asia?
44. Open question
300 seconds
What are some of the physical features of Asia?
45. Personalised Feedback
360 seconds
Can you name three continents that are completely surrounded by water?
46. Open question
300 seconds
What have you learned about the geography of Asia?
47. Open question
300 seconds
How is the geography of Asia different from the geography of other continents?
48. Slide
60 seconds
Geography is the study of the Earth’s landforms, oceans, atmosphere, and people. It involves understanding physical and human systems and how they interact. Geographers use maps and other tools to study the environment, people, and resources.
Introduction to Geography
49. Slide
60 seconds
Geography: The study of the physical features of the Earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources Map: A representation of the Earth’s surface, or part of it, showing the shape and position of different countries, political boundaries, natural features such as rivers and mountains, and artificial features such as roads and buildings Cartography: The science or practice of drawing maps and charts, with particular reference to geography
Concepts:
50. Poll
60 seconds
Which continent is the largest?
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South America
51. Slide
60 seconds
The world's longest mountain range is the Andes, stretching for 4,500 miles along the west coast of South America. The deepest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Siberia, which is 5,387 feet deep. The world's smallest country is Vatican City, with a population of just over 800 people.
Did you know?
52. Open question
300 seconds
What countries make up the continent of Asia?
53. Open question
300 seconds
What are some of the physical features of Asia?
54. Personalised Feedback
360 seconds
Can you name three continents that are completely surrounded by water?
55. Open question
300 seconds
What have you learned about the geography of Asia?
56. Open question
300 seconds
How is the geography of Asia different from the geography of other continents?
57. Open question
300 seconds
How can the number line help you understand elapsed time?
58. Open question
300 seconds
What are the key steps you need to take to calculate elapsed time?
59. Open question
300 seconds
How can you apply what you've learned about elapsed time to your everyday life?
60. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a puppy with a superman cape flying through the clouds
61. Drawings
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Question: You need to figure out how long it will take to complete a task given the starting and ending times. How can you calculate the elapsed time? Clues: • Start by subtracting the ending time from the starting time. • The result will generally be in minutes. To convert it to hours, divide the minutes by 60. • If the result is a decimal, multiply it by 60 to get the remaining minutes. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Create a poster on the concept of elapsed time. B. Write a story about a character who needs to calculate elapsed time.
62. Poll
60 seconds
What is the elapsed time between 4:15 pm and 6:45 pm?
  • 1 hour and 30 minutes
  • 3 hours and 30 minutes
  • 2 hours and 30 minutes
63. Poll
60 seconds
John started his homework at 5:15 pm and finished it at 6:45 pm. How long did it take him to finish his homework?
  • 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • 1 hour
  • 1 hour and 30 minutes
64. Poll
60 seconds
If a train departs from station A at noon, arrives at station B at exactly four o'clock in the afternoon, what is the elapsed time of travel?
  • 5 hours
  • 4 hours
  • 3 hours
65. Poll
60 seconds
What is the elapsed time between start time of an event being held from :11 AM to :02 PM on same day?
  • 3 Hours &51 Minutes
  • 3 Hours &49 Minutes
  • 2 Hours &49 Minutes
66. Poll
60 seconds
If a movie starts playing at exactly quarter past nine in the morning (9.15 am) and finishes playing an hour later, what is its end time?
  • 10.15 AM
  • 10.25 AM
  • 10.05AM
67. Open question
180 seconds
Work together in pairs: How can you use a number line to calculate the elapsed time between two given times?

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