FOOTY MATHS Rounds 13 and 14

Who has the best goal efficiency in the AFL? Does travelling affect performance? Find out this and more in this weeks FOOTY MATHS!

A number of interesting results happened in Rounds 13 and 14. The two leading goal kickers in the AFL competition had byes and did not add to their totals . Tom Lynch( Gold Coast) kicked 3 goals and moved to 42 Goals only 4 behind Josh Kennedy ( West Coast 46 goals ) and 5 behind Buddy Franklin ( Sydney 47 goals ). All three teams are playing this week. I wonder what will happen in the Round 15 games?

Adelaide created a winning point’s score record by kicking 28 behinds for the match and beating North Melbourne by 33 points. What would have happened if Adelaide kicked 20.20? what would we be saying about North Melbourne’s defeat ?

Port Adelaide, Melbourne, Richmond, St Kilda and Carlton are all two games outside the top eight . All are playing this week . What will the Premiership Ladder look like at the end of round 15.

Download the worksheet here

Worksheet

 

Remember to improve students’ ability to think mentally and develop quick responses use Dualoh maths card games which embrace complex strategies and increasing levels of difficulty. The key is to KEEP MATHS FUN! For further info about acquiring these card games see the shop

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Richard is happy to visit your school and show teachers the benefits of using these maths cards games.
Download a copy of the questions to use in your classroom: Footy Maths Rnd 13 & 14

Download the markers guide to use in your classroom: Footy Math marker’s guide

 

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