Quadratic Equations Song by St Margaret's Girls


Recently in my Secondary 3 Additional Maths Weekly Tuition Class, I was checking with my students if they have learnt the Quadratic Formula. One boy 'excitedly' pointed out the YouTube video done by three St Margaret Girls! It was shown to his class by his Maths teacher. I came across this video many years ago but could connect with what he was referring to.

Though it's a very simple song, it's useful especially if you're an auditory and kinesthetic learner.

I applaud the effort by the girls!

Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VS56N94Sllc

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