The Lol Effect: Using Humor To Unravel Problems

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    When you do this, calc also let your students know how mathematicians think. One piece of research that is helpful to know is that mathematicians spend a long time thinking about how to set up a problem, a little bit of time doing the problem, and a long time “looking back” by asking the question, “Does this make sense?’ Model that for your students, by putting up a complex problem on the board and spending time not just jumping into a solution, but just talking about what strategies you might use to solve the problem.

    Memorization will not by itself, help you to comprehend the math. Memorization will not be able to help you use your knowledge to solve various problems on the same topic.

    Students lacking a strong math foundation, find math very difficult in the higher grades. So, parents should take a hands-on approach to their child’s math education from the beginning itself. They should make sure that their child is getting all the help he/she needs to establish a strong math foundation.

    Math is an important concept that touches on all areas of life, but it is not the easiest subject to teach or to learn. Without a good foundation, your child can develop poor mathematical habits that will follow them for a long time. It can be hard to undo mistakes in learning as they get older.

    A majority of students do not know how to grid-in recurring or repeating decimals on the student-response sheet. Here is an example to prove my point. Suppose your answer turns out to be 0.333333 recurring. And you have to grid-in your answer 0.333. But you have to use all for places on the grid. The decimal point must be registered in the grid- it takes up one place on the grid. Filling in .3 or .33 will not qualify for a right answer. The College Board expects you to enter .333 or .334 wherein you have rounded up the number on the decimal.

    If you are becoming overwhelmed reading this and are thinking that you will never be able to teach upper level mathematics, don’t worry. There are many fine homeschool math classes to be found. When your child gets to advanced math, you can either learn along with him or send him to an outside math class. Or you can use a math tutor or math instruction videos.

    But another person used the stairs to reach the same floor. This person found it very easy and reach there with little effort. Compare this person to a student who knows all the basic concepts learned in elementary grades. To learn grade six or grade seven math for this student will be easy. But there is another student in grade six and doesn’t know the lower grade math concepts such as, times tables, factors or number system. This student is in the same situation as the person, who is jumping to reach third floor from the ground level.

    Put five 1’s papers in a row. Put eight 1’s papers in a second row below the first. Compare the two rows and point out there are 3 extra in the second row.

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