Teaching Number Sense

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A&C Black, Dec 21, 2000 - Education - 149 pages
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A specialist text that uses a balance of theory and practice to help teachers deal with the problems and issues they will encounter in teaching mathematics. It includes examples for use in the classroom, and addresses the issue of how to teach most effectively in light of curriculum changes.
 

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Contents

1 Making Sense of Numbers
1
2 Counting and Coming to Know Numbers
19
3 Towards a System of Symbols
36
4 Addition and Subtraction
49
5 The Empty Number Line
71
6 Multiplication and Division
84
7 Written Calculations
106
8 Teaching Approaches
128
References
144
Index
151
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Julia Anghileri is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, UK. She is a consultant to the both the National Numeracy Strategy and the QCA.

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