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Published by John Murray, London About this Item: John Murray, London, Condition: Very Good. Dimensions: A fascinating and scarce introduction to the Mathematical world. Condition: Dustcover has some minor wear to top edge and some sunning to spine. Hardcovers very good. Internal pages very good. Neat inscription to front free end paper. Binding tight. More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Published by The English Universities Press Condition: Good copy. Foxed to covers. Somewhat rubbed.
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Free Language Of Mathematics Telling Mathematical Tales
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Bilingual students using their languages in the learning of mathematics
To do so is to trace the development of one's own mathematical reasoning, and the points at which the language in which Mathematics is expressed, were the main barriers to learning. This book is comprehensive: it looks at the reasons for language-difficulties which in the first place cause the problem. Yet its true value, perhaps more for the teacher than the parent or therapist, is in the novel and engaging way it proposes to present the subject. The key is, unsurprisingly, to use visible and tangible materials, in order that pupils work with them, and so come to find language for what they do.
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Neuware - This book explores the many disciplinary and theoretical links between language, linguistics, and mathematics. It examines trends in linguistics, such as structuralism, conceptual metaphor theory, and other relevant theories,to show that language and mathematics have a similar structure, but differential functions, even though one without the other would not exist. Published by RBA About this Item: RBA, No Jacket. FREE U. Seller Inventory ELL Published by RBA Coleccionables Condition: Used - Very Good.
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A very nice clean, bright copy. Hardback edition, , with laminated boards and no jacket as published. In overall fine condition. Internally clean. Binding tight and appears almost unread, no annotations or inscriptions; text and illustrations bright and clear throughout. The Platypus. Kids learn how to classify and categorize with this charming interactive story. The Shapeshifter. Kids will love practicing basic shapes with this whimsical story. Mama and the Missing Shrews. Kids practice counting 11 to 20 in this adorable interactive story. The Chocolate Shop. Counting has never been so sweet!
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The Language of Mathematics: Telling Mathematical Tales
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