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Academic Year School/Graduate School Lecture Code 2022Year School of Education CC111315 Courses for Professional Teaching 算数科教育法 サンスウカキョウイクホウ Teaching Method of Arithmetic for the Elementary School MATSUURA TAKETO,SHINNO YUSUKE マツウラ　タケト,シンノ　ユウスケ Higashi-Hiroshima 3rd-Year,  First Semester,  2Term (2T) Fri1-4：EDU K201 Lecture Lecture-oriented, Note-Taking 2.0 J : Japanese 2 : Undergraduate Low-Intermediate 24 : Social Sciences 08 : Curriculum and Instruction Sciences Arithmetic, Numbers & Calculation, Quantity & Measurement, Diagram, Quantitative relations, Activities related to arithmetic, Teaching & Evaluation Elementary School Teacher Education（Knowledge and Understanding）・Having acquired basic knowledge of theory and method on guidance in subjects and cross-curricular education in elementary schoolsSpecial Support School Teacher Education（Knowledge and Understanding）・Having basic knowledge and understanding on the significance of elementary education and the teaching profession, and theories and methodologies of subject teaching, which are required to obtain fundamental teaching certificates. This course explains the objectives, teaching contents, teaching methods of arithmetic for elementary schools, showing specific practical cases to cultivate practical knowledge needed to be an Arithmetic teacher. lesson1: Matsuura( Guidance)lesson2: Matasuura(Structure and analysis methods of teaching guidelineslesson3: Matsuura(The overview of teaching contents and the system of the Numbers and Calculation)lesson4: Matsuura(Teaching Numbers & Calculation: natural numbers, four arithmetic operation）lesson5: Matsuura( Teaching Numbers & Calculation: decimals, fractions, four-arithmetic performance）lesson6: Matsuura( The overview of the teaching contents and system of Quantity and Measurement）lesson7: Matsuura( Teaching Quantity & Measurement: Measurement）lesson8: Matsuura( The viewpoint of observations of an arithmetic class）lesson9: Shinno( The overview of teaching contents and system of Diagram)lesson10: Shinno ( Teaching Diagram: Plane figures)　lesson11: Shinno ( Teaching Diagram: Space figures)lesson12: Shinnno ( The overview of teaching contents and system of quantitative relations)lesson13: Shinno( Teaching Quantitative relations: Functions）lesson14: Shinno (Teaching Quantitative relations: Statistics）lesson15: Final exam A handout of lesson content will be distributed and/or presented if there is. handouts, audio materials, movies（videos/PC/other image data） "Lesson1: Summarize the contents of the guidanceLesson2: Summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson3: Summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson4: Review the previous lesson and summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lessson5: Summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson6: Review the previous lesson and summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson7: Review the previous lesson and summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson8: Summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson9: Summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson10: Make a comparison with the previous lesson and summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson11: Make a comparison with the previous lesson and summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson12: Summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson13: Review the previous lesson and summarize what you learned through this lesson.Lesson14: Review the whole course and summarize what you learned through this lesson. Prepare for the exam.Lesson15: Review the exam, especially what you haven't understood sufficiently." School subject specialized course：mathematics Students will be evaluated comprehensively based on final exam, reports, and contribution in class. Do not be late. Instructions for the next lesson may be given in class. Do not forget to bring what you are instructed to bring. Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.
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