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Aims Of Mathematics Education In OLN
The department’s framework is adapted from MOE’s Mathematics Framework. It shows the underlying principles of an effective mathematics programme. It sets the direction for teaching, learning and assessment of mathematics in OLN.
Teaching Of Heuristics and Problem SolvingA school-wide approach is adopted in the teaching of Heuristic and problem-solving skills.
Teaching of Heuristic and problem-solving skills is done in a spiral manner where basic skills are taught in the Lower Primary (P1 to P3). As learning progresses, at the Upper Primary (P4 to P6), more details are introduced, while at the same time they are related to the basics which are
Examples of Heuristic skills
Guess & Check
Before & After Concepts
Mathematics In Modules Programme (M 2 P)The Mathematics in Modules Programme (M 2 P) is a 2-year programme that is specially designed to meet the learning needs of our P5 and P6 pupils. In M 2 P, similar topics covered in both P5 and P6 restructured and taught as modules. The programme aims to make connections in pupils’ learning experiences when acquiring mathematical skills and concepts and thus, building their enduring understandings.
M 2 P At A Glance
Regular P5 and P6 Mathematics Scheme Of Work
|Fractions 1||Fractions 2|
|Area Of Triangles||Ratio 2|
|Ratio 1||Percentage 2|
|Volume 1||Volume 2|
|Decimals||Triangles & 4-Sided Figures 2|
|Triangles & 4-Sided Figures 1||Solid Figures|
P5 & P6 Mathematics Scheme Of Work For M 2 P
|Fractions 1, 2||Percentage 1, 2|
|Area Of Triangles||Volume 1, 2|
|Ratio 1, 2||Circles|
|Triangles and 4-Sided Figures 1, 2||
Play & Learn ProgrammeThe Department believes in helping pupils build strong foundation in Primary Maths through a structured P&L teaching sequence and supporting manipulative and materials based on the concrete-pictorial-abstract (CPA) approach.
With the CPA approach, pupils are first allowed to play with manipulatives which help them get a better feel of what they are learning. Pictorial representations are then used to illustrate the problem/concept in another manner for pupils to read and interpret. When pupils demonstrate readiness, they will be introduced the abstract representation such as numbers or letters.