Braille

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Braille is a system of dots which enables blind people to read and this resource, from the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching, provides the opportunity for students to explore the patterns used in this code. The activities are designed to prompt class discussion and mathematical thinking, while engaging students in decoding messages, as well as considering how unassigned combinations could be applied.

Many students will have some idea about the topic, but little knowledge of the facts. Detailed teachers' notes are provided, which contain all necessary information for planning lessons.

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