By Gaea Leinhardt, Ralph Putnam, Rosemary A. Hattrup
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The problems inherent in equaliz ing sets is discussed. Each lesson presents many exercises designed to help students arrive at desired generalizations. The text plays a minor role in Grade 1, and most lessons focus on doing practical exercises with con crete objects. Addition and subtraction are introduced through increasing or decreasing amounts by one, then by several, always within a problem situation. Children are expected to change gradually from solving the prob lems by counting to solving them using numbers facts.
CAPl first shows sets of objects with more than 10 but fewer than 100, with sets of 10 in groups or bundles, and students identify these as, for example, 2 tens and 3 ones, 23. Besides writing the number of elements pictured, students are required to fill in numbers missing from sequences of count ing numbers and to tell what comes before and after a number. In Grade 1, trading (one ten for ten ones, and vice versa) is introduced in preparation for adding and subtracting two-digit numbers, and three-digit numbers are introduced via pictures of flats (of 100 squares), longs (of 10 squares), and ones (squares), and also with money.
They were more accurate with their own procedures than with school-learned procedures. There is other evidence that school-learned procedures are often at odds with self-generated procedures. Cobb (1988) has told of a second grader who easily solved school problems such as 16 -i- 9 by counting on. When later given the problem in vertical form, she failed to carry the 1 and obtained 15. She considered both to be correct, 15 for the worksheet prob lem, 25 when the problem represented 16 cookies plus 9 more.
Analysis of Arithmetic for Mathematics Teaching by Gaea Leinhardt, Ralph Putnam, Rosemary A. Hattrup