Reducing Learning Material in the Mathematics Lesson

Author
Oosthuizen, W. L.

Translation (1994) of Leerstofrduksie in die wiskundeles (1973). Johanneburg: McGraw-Hill. Chapter 2 edited 4 November 2012.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1: GENERAL AND PARTICULAR PROBLEMS IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS
1.1 Introduction
1.2 General problems
1.3 Specific problems
1.4 Summary

CHAPTER 2: THEORETICAL PENETRATION OF THE CONCEPT "REDUCTION OF LEARNING MATERIAL"
2.1 Introduction
2.2 What is learning material?
2.3 The choice of learning material
2.4 What is reduction?
2.5 The phenomenological method
2.6 Husserl and the concept "reduction"
2.7 Summary of Husserl's pronouncements
2.8 Pronouncements of Martin Heidegger
2.9 Summary
2.10 The steps of the reduction as proposed by Spiegelberg
2.11 The didactic category "reduction"
2.12 Reduction of learning material in general

CHAPTER 3: THE PLACE AND MEANING OF REDUCING THE LEARNING MATERIAL IN THE LESSON STRUCTURE
3.1 Introduction
3.2 The teaching aim and reducing the learning material
3.3 The course of the lesson and reducing the learning material
3.4 Summary

CHAPTER 4: PRACTICAL EXAMPLES TO ILLUSTRATE THE SENSE AND MEANING OF REDUCING THE LEARNING MATERIAL FOR CONSTRUCTING A MATHEMATICS LESSON STRUCTURE
4.1 Introduction
4.2 An example for each phase of the lesson structure
4.3 An example of a complete lesson structure

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