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by Marcy Stein, Douglas Carnine, Jerry Silbert and Diane B. Kinder

Cover type: PaperbackEdition: 4TH 06

Copyright: 2006

Publisher: Merrill Education/Prentice Hall

Published: 2006

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Marcy Stein, Douglas Carnine, Jerry Silbert and Diane B. Kinder

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For courses in Mathematics in Special Education.

Providing teachers with the information needed to design supplemental mathematics instruction and to evaluate and modify commercially developed math programs, Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction, Fourth Edition, gives teachers systematic procedures and teaching strategies to augment instruction. The new edition discusses the history and components of the direct instruction approach to teaching mathematics, as well as relevant and current research skills and techniques required for effective mathematics instruction, including strategies for pacing lessons, correcting errors, and diagnosing and remedying error patterns. Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction also contains Instructional Sequence and Assessment Charts for primary, intermediate, and remedial teachers, which serve as diagnostic tests or as a basis for constructing goals and objectives for students.

PART I. PERSPECTIVE.

1. Direct Instruction.

2. Mathematics Curriculum Evaluation Framework.

3. Research Relevant to Mathematics Instruction.

PART II. SKILLS AND CONCEPTS.

4. Counting.

5. Symbol Identification and Place Value.

6. Basic Facts.

7. Addition.

8. Subtraction.

9. Multiplication.

10. Division.

11. Problem Solving.

12. Fractions.

13. Decimals.

14. Percent and Ratio.

15. Telling Time.

16. Money.

17. Measurement.

18. Mathematics Study Skills: Graphs, Charts, Maps, and Statistics.

19. Geometry.

20. Pre-Algebra.

Appendix A: Direct Instruction Mathematics Programs: An Overview and Research Summary.

Appendix B: Frequently Asked Questions about Direct Instruction Mathematics.

References.

Index.

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For courses in Mathematics in Special Education.

Providing teachers with the information needed to design supplemental mathematics instruction and to evaluate and modify commercially developed math programs, Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction, Fourth Edition, gives teachers systematic procedures and teaching strategies to augment instruction. The new edition discusses the history and components of the direct instruction approach to teaching mathematics, as well as relevant and current research skills and techniques required for effective mathematics instruction, including strategies for pacing lessons, correcting errors, and diagnosing and remedying error patterns. Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction also contains Instructional Sequence and Assessment Charts for primary, intermediate, and remedial teachers, which serve as diagnostic tests or as a basis for constructing goals and objectives for students.

Table of Contents

PART I. PERSPECTIVE.

1. Direct Instruction.

2. Mathematics Curriculum Evaluation Framework.

3. Research Relevant to Mathematics Instruction.

PART II. SKILLS AND CONCEPTS.

4. Counting.

5. Symbol Identification and Place Value.

6. Basic Facts.

7. Addition.

8. Subtraction.

9. Multiplication.

10. Division.

11. Problem Solving.

12. Fractions.

13. Decimals.

14. Percent and Ratio.

15. Telling Time.

16. Money.

17. Measurement.

18. Mathematics Study Skills: Graphs, Charts, Maps, and Statistics.

19. Geometry.

20. Pre-Algebra.

Appendix A: Direct Instruction Mathematics Programs: An Overview and Research Summary.

Appendix B: Frequently Asked Questions about Direct Instruction Mathematics.

References.

Index.

Publisher Info

Publisher: Merrill Education/Prentice Hall

Published: 2006

International: No

Published: 2006

International: No

Providing teachers with the information needed to design supplemental mathematics instruction and to evaluate and modify commercially developed math programs, Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction, Fourth Edition, gives teachers systematic procedures and teaching strategies to augment instruction. The new edition discusses the history and components of the direct instruction approach to teaching mathematics, as well as relevant and current research skills and techniques required for effective mathematics instruction, including strategies for pacing lessons, correcting errors, and diagnosing and remedying error patterns. Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction also contains Instructional Sequence and Assessment Charts for primary, intermediate, and remedial teachers, which serve as diagnostic tests or as a basis for constructing goals and objectives for students.

PART I. PERSPECTIVE.

1. Direct Instruction.

2. Mathematics Curriculum Evaluation Framework.

3. Research Relevant to Mathematics Instruction.

PART II. SKILLS AND CONCEPTS.

4. Counting.

5. Symbol Identification and Place Value.

6. Basic Facts.

7. Addition.

8. Subtraction.

9. Multiplication.

10. Division.

11. Problem Solving.

12. Fractions.

13. Decimals.

14. Percent and Ratio.

15. Telling Time.

16. Money.

17. Measurement.

18. Mathematics Study Skills: Graphs, Charts, Maps, and Statistics.

19. Geometry.

20. Pre-Algebra.

Appendix A: Direct Instruction Mathematics Programs: An Overview and Research Summary.

Appendix B: Frequently Asked Questions about Direct Instruction Mathematics.

References.

Index.