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Course Title |
Methodology of teaching mathematics |
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Year of study,speciality |
3, Speciality – “Mathematics”, focus area: “scientific and pedagogical activity” |
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Semester of study |
5 |
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Credit points |
3 |
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Name of the lecturer, scientific degree, occupation |
Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor Churbanau Yuri Dmitrievich |
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Goals of studying |
1) ensuring the students’ deep understanding of the scientific and psychological pedagogical foundations of the structure and content of the mathematics course in secondary schools, the methodological ideas laid down in this course; |
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Prerequisites |
Psychology, pedagogy |
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Contents |
Questions relating to the general methodology are considered: the main problems of the didactics of mathematics, its subject and connection with other sciences; concept, its content and scope, definition of the concept; mathematical problems, their role in teaching mathematics, the basic methods of solving problems; theorems of the school course of mathematics, the methods of their proof and the methodology for their study; basic principles of the didactics of mathematics; organization of the learning process in school; out-of-class work in mathematics. |
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Recommended literature |
1. Ananchenko K.O. General methodology of teaching mathematics in school: Textbook. allowance. – Mn: University, 1997. – 94 p. 2. Didactics of secondary school / Ed. MN Skatkina. – Moscow: Prosveshchenie, 1982. – 324 p. 3. Methods of teaching mathematics in secondary school: A private methodology: Textbook. manual / A.Ya. Bloch [and others]; comp. VLMishin. – Moscow: Enlightenment, 1987. – 416 p. 4. Novik I.A. Workshop on methods of teaching mathematics. MN: Education i upbringing, 1997. – 244 p.. 5. Okon B. Introduction to the general didactics. – M: “High School”, 1990. – 382s. |
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Teaching methodology |
A comparative, problematic, heuristic, visual, method of shaping the personal significance of knowledge |
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Language of instruction |
Russian |
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Requirements for study during the semester |
– test papers |
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Examination methodology |
credit |