Why Before how

Author: Jana Hazekamp
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781934026823
Format: PDF, Docs
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Jana Hazekamp introduces a wide variety of computation strategies, adapt ed from the acclaimed Singapore approach, that will bring students a real understanding of number relationships and the meaning behind the math. The guided-conversation format is designed for quick reading, and Jana's question-and-answer style is particularly well suited to encouraging students to focus on the why and to begin using math terminology correctly and fluently. Teachers can use this book to build the concept of place value, encourage students to consider multiple methods for solving problems, and build real understanding of the meaning behind addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division paving the way to beginning algebra. These strategies can be used for whole-class instruction and also for small intervention groups. The book does not have to be read cover to cover; the reader can dip in as needed to help a student who's struggling with a particular concept.

Problem Solved Bar Model Math Grade 2

Author: Bob Krech
Publisher: Teaching Resources
ISBN: 9780545840101
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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20 step-by-step lessons and 80 word problems to help students master the proven Singapore bar modeling method and boost their test scores!

Solving Math Problems Using the Bar Model Method

Author: Matthias Lim
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781542722513
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The bar model diagram is a very important tool that allows students to solve many types of challenging problems. The bar model diagram is actually an algebraic method of using boxes to represent unknown variables. With the model diagram therefore, a student can understand algebraic concepts more visually and concretely. In this book, we explain how to use bar model diagrams to solve problems of varying difficulty in a detailed and simple manner. Thirteen basic techniques of solving problems using model diagrams will be taught. This book is suitable for students from grade four to grade six.

Problem Solved Bar Model Math Grade 4

Author: Bob Krech
Publisher: Teaching Resources
ISBN: 9780545840125
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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20 step-by-step lessons and 80 word problems to help students master the proven Singapore bar modeling method and boost their test scores!

Mathematical Problem Solving The Bar Model Method

Author: Liu Yueh Mei
Publisher: Teaching Resources
ISBN: 9789810781972
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This professional learning workbook introduces teachers to the fundamentals of using the Bar Model Method, providing the basis and process of understanding different types of word problems and deriving the bar models to solve them. The Bar Model Method is a key problem solving strategy consistently taught to primary school students in Singapore, a nation acknowledged as a global top performer in mathematics based on its performance in benchmarking studies such as the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). The Bar Model Method is acknowledged as an effective problem solving heuristic that enables students to understand, visualize and represent conceptually complex problems and their solutions simply and elegantly, and in doing so, further reinforces and builds their conceptual and procedural knowledge, making them more effective problem solvers. The visual representation of the problem and the solution constructed by the student enables the teacher to understand the student's thought process and allows them to correct misconceptions immediately and appropriately. This professional learning workbook introduces teachers to the fundamentals of using the Bar Model Method, providing the basis and process of understanding different types of word problems and deriving the bar models to solve them. For use with Grades 1-6.

Every Child Can Do Math

Author: Ban Har Yeap
Publisher: Crystal Springs Books
ISBN: 9781935502395
Format: PDF, Mobi
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With these activities students literally see the math. They get their hands on it. They play with it. They discover patterns and find solutions on their own. The result: students truly understand math and become comfortable with the higher-level mathematical thinking they'll need to meet current grade-level standards and succeed in the years ahead.