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Here is a lesson I recently taught to a bright KS3 group at the end of ratio and proportion. It begins revising sequences before introducing Fibonacci and then the golden ratio. Demos of this in nature, construction and finally the human body. The main task involves students taking measurements of faces (I include my own but have spared you that) and then finding how close the measurements are the golden ratio and therefore ranking the celebrities in order of attractiveness. SMSC - Can beauty be reduced to a ratio?
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lumhqa

2 years ago
5

Very worthwhile and greatly enjoyed by the class. Thank you dcp20!

TeacherDaveS

2 years ago
5

Fantastic resource as it is, thanks!

sharmae

3 years ago
5

jennifer_a_anderson

4 years ago
5

I was looking for something on the Golden Ratio, however I didn't have enough time to put something together. (I teach AP Calculus AB, by the way) Anyhow, I can across your PP and was glad to have it. While I will add a few things of my own, it was wonderful to have something already put together. I am grateful that this was created and posted. Thank you!

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