An exciting edition of this practical math methods book that provides future teachers with practical procedures for increasing student success in math. Emphasizing specific, classroom-tested strategies, these authors provide techniques for teaching major math and needed prerequisite skills, as well as extensive background in diagnosing and correcting error patterns. In addition, they offer practical guidelines for curriculum evaluation and modification, recommendations for practice and review drills, and specific information on progress-monitoring.PRACTICE AND REVIEW The most important aspect of any fact program is the provision of adequate practice to develop ... For example, in the third grade level of one program all basic addition facts are introduced in only three lessons (sixanbsp;...
|Title||:||Direct instruction mathematics|
|Author||:||Jerry Silbert, Douglas Carnine, Marcy Stein|