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Learning Mathematics
by sheena tan
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Learning Mathematics

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Processes

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Reasoning, communication & connections

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Thinking skills & heuristics

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Applications & modelling

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General Concepts

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Numerical

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Geometric

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Analytical

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Skills

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Numerical calculation

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Spatial visualisation

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Measurement

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Metacognition

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Monitoring of one's own thinking

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Self-regulation of learning

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21st CC Skills

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CIT

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CCI

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Content Outcomes

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Finding one dimension of a rectangle given the other dimension and its area

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Finding the length of one side of a square given its area

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Finding the area of figures made up of rectangles and squares

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Key Concepts (Topic)

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Students have prior knowledge of area in P3. They are able to count the number of units square to understand the concept of area.

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Composite figure of squares and rectangles (In P3, they see them individually), Irregular shapes

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Key concept of area: surface area that it occupies without overlaps

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How to make sense of the units of measurement of area like square centimeters, etc

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Misconception: Confusion between perimeter and area (in relation to formula)

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Issues: Strategies to find area/perimeter of composite figures. Not the most efficient method. Problem in visualization - unable to partition the composite figure at all

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