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Overcoming Dyscalculia and Difficulties with Number
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Overcoming Dyscalculia and Difficulties with Number

Second Edition
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October 2021 | 192 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This practical book draws on Ronit Bird’s teaching experience to create detailed strategies and teaching plans for students aged 9-16 who have difficulties with number. Activities and games are used to teach numeracy skills in these key areas: number components, bridging, multiplication, division and reasoning strategies.

 

New to this edition:

  • An updated Part I, improving the clarity and flow of the teaching ideas, including a table mapping games against specific teaching points

  • More activities and guidance for multiplication and division

  • A new Part V, consolidating new and existing teaching games in one place

  • 4 new videos added to the online resources

This is an ideal resource for class teachers, SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) and maths subject leader, and is equally useful for teaching assistants and learning support assistants.

 
Part I: Stop Counting in Ones
 
Chapter 1: How to help pupils stop counting in ones
 
Part II: The Bridging Technique
 
Chapter 2: Pre-skills for learning the bridging technique
 
Chapter 3: Bridging through 10
 
Chapter 4: Bridging through multiples of 10
 
Part III: The Area Model of Multiplication and Division
 
Chapter 5: Pre-skills for the area model of multiplication and division
 
Chapter 6: The area model of multiplication and division
 
Chapter 7: Making the transition from the area model to standard written algorithms for short and long multiplication
 
Chapter 8: Making the transition from the area model to standard written algorithms for short and long division
 
Part IV: Reasoning Strategies
 
Chapter 9: Reasoning Strategies
 
Part V: Games Collection

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