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Introduction to    Singapore Math    Cassy Turnerwww.SingaporeMathSource.com
Why Implement         Singapore Math? Singapore students placed top three of all participating countries in 2007, 2003, 19...
What is the TIMSS? Benchmarking study of mathematicsand science achievement carried out    since 1995 by the International...
What is the TIMSS? In 2007, 48 countries participated in  TIMSS, at the fourth-grade level, the  eighth-grade level, or b...
Average mathematics scale scores of          fourth-grade students, by country: 2007Hong Kong            607Singapore     ...
Average mathematics scale scores of         eighth-grade students, by country: 2007Chinese Taipei       598Korea, Republic...
Five Factors to     Singapore’s Success1. A sound curriculum2. High expectations3. Subject banding4. Well-managed schools5...
Singapore Math PhilosophyTopics are introduced then used for challenging problems   Emphasis on Mental Math        26 + ...
Singapore Math PhilosophyWord problems begin in 1st grade.Instruction moves from the concrete to the pictorial to the ab...
Begin with the basics…                Concrete          ?     Pictorial7+3=            Abstract
2 Types of Bar ModelsPart - Whole ModelUsed to find the whole given the parts or the parts given the whole.Comparison Bar...
Part – Whole ModelsOn Tuesday, Cole ran 6 miles. On Thursday,he ran 8 miles. How many miles did he runaltogether?        6...
Comparison Bar ModelsLisa is 13 years old. Her sister is 22 years old.Find the difference in age between them.            ...
Ready to TrySome Word Problems?
In a class, 2/5 of the students wearglasses.If 16 students wear glasses, howmany students are therealtogether?(Primary Mat...
John and Paul spent $45 altogether.John and Henry spent $65 altogether.If Henry spent 3 times as much asPaul, how much did...
Looking for the answers?Email:cassy@singaporemathsource.com
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  1. 1. Introduction to Singapore Math Cassy Turnerwww.SingaporeMathSource.com
  2. 2. Why Implement Singapore Math? Singapore students placed top three of all participating countries in 2007, 2003, 1999, 1995 on the TIMSS……both fourth and eighth grade students!
  3. 3. What is the TIMSS? Benchmarking study of mathematicsand science achievement carried out since 1995 by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement.
  4. 4. What is the TIMSS? In 2007, 48 countries participated in TIMSS, at the fourth-grade level, the eighth-grade level, or both. 2007 results are the most recent comparison (2003, 1999, 1995 are the dates of earlier studies). 2011 results will be released December 20012.
  5. 5. Average mathematics scale scores of fourth-grade students, by country: 2007Hong Kong 607Singapore 599Chinese Taipei 576Japan 568Kazahkstan 549Russian Federation 544Finland 541Latvia 537Netherlands 535 SOURCE:England 531 Trends in InternationalLithuania 530 Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS),United States 529 2007Germany 525 http://nces.ed.gov/timss/table07Denmark 523International 500
  6. 6. Average mathematics scale scores of eighth-grade students, by country: 2007Chinese Taipei 598Korea, Republic of 597Singapore 593Hong Kong 572Japan 570Hungary 517England 513 SOURCE:Russian Federation 512 Trends in International Mathematics andUnited States 508 Science Study (TIMSS), 2007Lithuania 506 http://nces.ed.gov/timss/tabCzech rRepublic 504Scale Average 500
  7. 7. Five Factors to Singapore’s Success1. A sound curriculum2. High expectations3. Subject banding4. Well-managed schools5. Qualified & dedicated teachers
  8. 8. Singapore Math PhilosophyTopics are introduced then used for challenging problems Emphasis on Mental Math 26 + 16 26 4 12 30 + 12 = 42
  9. 9. Singapore Math PhilosophyWord problems begin in 1st grade.Instruction moves from the concrete to the pictorial to the abstract.Great for visual & English Language Learners.Mastery of basic math facts required!
  10. 10. Begin with the basics… Concrete ? Pictorial7+3= Abstract
  11. 11. 2 Types of Bar ModelsPart - Whole ModelUsed to find the whole given the parts or the parts given the whole.Comparison BarsUsed to compare two objects to each other.
  12. 12. Part – Whole ModelsOn Tuesday, Cole ran 6 miles. On Thursday,he ran 8 miles. How many miles did he runaltogether? 6 mi 8 mi ? mi
  13. 13. Comparison Bar ModelsLisa is 13 years old. Her sister is 22 years old.Find the difference in age between them. 13 ? Lisa Sister 22
  14. 14. Ready to TrySome Word Problems?
  15. 15. In a class, 2/5 of the students wearglasses.If 16 students wear glasses, howmany students are therealtogether?(Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 3b)
  16. 16. John and Paul spent $45 altogether.John and Henry spent $65 altogether.If Henry spent 3 times as much asPaul, how much did John spend?(Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 5a)
  17. 17. Looking for the answers?Email:cassy@singaporemathsource.com
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