Planning for mathematics learning
Johnston-Wilder, S., Johnston-Wilder, P., Pimm, D. and Westwell, J. (eds.)
Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School. 2nd edition.
(Learning to Teach Subjects in the Secondary School).
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This chapter addresses what it takes to plan mathematics lessons for secondary school (high school) pupils. It covers how to structure individual lessons, including the setting of objectives. This leads into how to plan sequences of lessons, including how to take account of pupils’ prior knowledge and varying needs, how to select and prepare resources (including ICT), and how to build in assessment opportunities. The chapter concludes by looking at the wider aspects of planning, including planning as part of a team and planning for out-of-school learning.
||E-print is author's final proof. Page numbers not as published (as published the page numbers are 93-113).
||teaching, learning, pedagogy, curriculum, mathematics, secondary school, lesson, lessons, planning, plan, student teachers, trainee, trainees, PGCE, ITE, initial teacher education, ICT, objectives, assessment
||Mathematics, Science & Health Education
||24 Aug 2005
||16 Apr 2017 23:16
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