Chapter Walkthrough | scholastic prime mathematics kinder | PR1ME Mathematics 

Chapter Walkthrough

 

 

  •  At the beginning of a chapter, Let's Remember assesses students' recall and mastery of precursor knowledge.

 

  • Tasks in Let's Remember provide feedback on readiness to learn new knowledge or need for remediation.

 

  • Objective and chapter reference of each task are provided in Teacher's Guide if there is a need for remediation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Tasks in Let's Remember are systematically varied to ensure full review.
  • Each chapter is taught over several lessons, with each lesson focusing on a topic.
  • Each lesson teaches one or more concepts. Each concept is taught using a two-part structure of Let’s Learn and Let’s Do.
  • Let’s Learn introduces the concept using the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach.
  • Let’s Do provides guided practice and formative assessment. 

 



 

  • Practice Book exercises reinforce learning and provide independent practice.
  • At the end of each lesson, Practice consolidates learning and provides summative assessment.

  • Each concept in Let's Learn is taught using the three-stage Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach.
  • Concrete: Physical materials are used in hands-on activities to develop conceptual understanding.
  • Pictorial: Visuals are used to represent physical materials previously used to connect mathematical ideas.
  • Abstract: Number and mathematical symbols are used as a final presentation of concepts and skills.


 

 

 

 

  • Consistent lesson design and icons make lesson delivery intuitive for teachers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Speech bubble provides prompt for teacher to guide students' thought process.


 

  • Think About It develops metacognitive skills through mathematical reasoning and justification.

 

 

  • Thought bubble models the thinking process to train students to monitor their own thinking.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The Bar Model Method allows students to solve complex word problems using visual representation.


 

  • At the end of each chapter,
    a problem solving lesson consolidates learning.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Explicit teaching of the four-step UPAC process builds good problem solving habits.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Explicit teaching of nine heuristics equips students to tackle different types of word problems.

  • Word problems enable students to apply the concepts learnt and make mathematics relevant to daily life.

 

 

  • A checklist accompanies every word problem to reinforce the four-step process.


 

  • Mind Stretcher is a non-routine task to develop higher order thinking skills.

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