Section 3: Best Practices and Do’s & Don’ts
Best Practices and Do’s & Don’ts
- Expression for the value examples on two-digit numbers could be solved to develop unit and tens digits.
- To make counting up to 100 easy and understandable, rhythmic counts can be made in twos, threes and fives, etc.
- The most important point in multiplication is not to rise difficulties to the person in a table full of numbers. So it is better to start with mixed equations.
- It is important to remember that multiplication and division are interrelated operations, and mixed examples should be given in order to reinforce these operations.
- What is the 3rd day of the week?’, ‘How many hours are there in a day?’ repetative exercises can be done with such questions.
- We can make money exchange activities between the persons.
- Half and quarter-hour clocks should be adjusted on digital and analog clocks and it should be reinforced by asking the time.
- We can make practices by activating the person in the desired direction. For example; the teacher can go to the right of the person and ask where he or she is.