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Principles and methods of teaching arithmetic

Author: James Robert Overman
Publisher: Chicago ; New York : Lyons and Carnahan, ©1920.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Overman, James R. (James Robert), 1888-
Principles and methods of teaching arithmetic.
Chicago, New York, Lyons and Carnahan [©1920]
(OCoLC)613219556
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Robert Overman
OCLC Number: 5129391
Description: v, 340 pages : illustrations, diagrams ; 20 cm
Contents: The ends to be accomplished through the teaching of arithmetic --
The social ends in arithmetic --
The course of study --
Types of teaching in arithmetic --
Methods of presenting new material --
The inductive development lesson --
The inductive development lesson--objective work --
The deductive lesson in arithmetic --
The development of new ideas --
The development of facts and principles --
The development of rules and processes --
Methods of fixing--laws of habit formations --
Methods of securing and keeping attention in drill --
How to prevent the occurrence of exceptions to the desired habits --
Accuracy and speed in the fundamentals --
Miscellaneous points on drill --
Games --
Measuring the mastery of the fundamental facts and processes gained through drill --
The purpose of the problem work in arithmetic --
The nature and sources of problems --
Teaching pupils to solve problems --
Form of written solutions--analysis --
Measuring the ability to use arithmetic.
Responsibility: by James Robert Overman.

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