IN

MATHEMATICS

Prepared BY:

MA. KARLA RACHELLE ULIBAS

BSED - II

Prepared For:

JUBERT GANAPAO

INSTRUCTOR

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page i Table of Contents ii-v Theoretical Considerations, Literature and Research Studies on the Use of Learning Aids 1-16 Activity Sheets 17 On Numbers Complete the Skip Counting Series 18-19 On Measurement Metric Length 20 Metric Weight 21 Metric Capacity 22 Compare Metric Measurements 23 Metric System Measurement Conversions 24 Reading a Tape Measure 25 Reading a Decimal Ruler 26 Reading a Metric Ruler 27 Reading a Standard Ruler 28 Measuring in Inches 29 Measuring in Centimeters 30 Converting Feet to Inches 31 Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius 32 Find the Temperature for each Thermometer in Degree Celsius 33 What is the reading in milliliters for each graduated cylinder? 34 Liquid Measure Quiz 35 Conversion Factors 36 Converting English to Metric 37 On Algebra Identify the Properties of Mathematics 38 Working with Properties of Mathematics 39 Prime factors of the Numbers 40-41 Factors 42 Greatest Common Factor 43 Exponents 44-46 Radicals 47 Scientific Notation 48 Fractions 49 Adding Fractions 50-53 Subtracting Fractions 54-56 Multiplying Fractions 57-59 Dividing Fractions 60-62 Equivalent Fractions 63 Reducing Fractions 64 Converting of Fractions 65 Comparing Fractions 66 Order of Operations 67-68 Percentage 69-70 On Geometry Classifying Angles 71 Naming Angles and Vertices 72 Naming Relationships of Angles 73 Finding Measures of Angles 74 Angle Measure 75 Drawing Angles 76 Points in an Angle 77 Find the missing angle measurement using the angle addition postulate 78 Find the

References: classroom presentations, and computer interfaces broadens (Benson, 1997; Branton, 1999; Dwyer as cited in Kleinman & Dwyer, 1999) Kleinman and Dwyer (1999) examined the effects of specific visual skills in facilitating learning McKay (1999) considered the learners ' cognitive styles as well as their experience in the subject matter in a study comparing the use of text-only instructional materials with text-plus graphics instructional materials Learning with Manipulatives One idea is that exposure to multiple representations leads to better understanding of underlying mathematical principles (Moreno & Mayer, 1997) Physically Distributed Learning In a series of studies, we investigated children’s problem solving and learning in arithmetic tasks (fractions and division) (Martin, Lukong, & Campbell, April, 2006; Martin & Schwartz, 2005; Schwartz & Martin, 2006)