Factors Associated With The Oral Expression Of Mathematical Concepts .........................................................................................68 Factors Associated With The Written Expression Of Mathematical Concepts .........................................................................................69  The Place Of Oral Discussion In The Cuisenaire-Gattegno Method ........................................................................................................70  Colour-Name Notation ...................................................................71  Gattegno’s Exercises In Qualitative Arithmetic ............................ 73  Exercises Involving Addition ......................................................... 76  The Meaning Of ‘Plus’ .................................................................... 76  The Meaning Of ‘Equivalent’ ......................................................... 77  Introducing The Written Symbols For ‘Plus’ And ‘Equals’ ........... 78  The Meaning Of ‘Minus’................................................................ 80  Reading And Writing The Symbol For Multiplication .................. 81  Division ..........................................................................................82  Fractions.........................................................................................83  Reverse Processes ..........................................................................84  Exercises In Mixed Operations ......................................................85  Completing Patterns In Writing ....................................................86  The Part Played By Visual Images ................................................. 87

Chapter 5 The Study Of Numbers Up To 10 ............... 89 Application Of Gattegno’s Algebra Before Arithmetic Theory......89  Giving Numerical Value To The Cuisenaire Rods .........................90  Games To Relate Colour, Length And Numerical Value ...............93  Colour Names For Reference Purposes .........................................93  Staircases To Relate Colour, Length And Numerical Value..........94  Systematic Grading Of Number Is Not Essential ..........................96  Steps To Develop An Understanding Of Equality ......................... 97

The Cuisenaire Gattegno method of teaching Mathematics
The Cuisenaire Gattegno method of teaching Mathematics

The Cuisenaire Gattegno method of teaching Mathematics