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The Teaching of Arithmetic: The Work of the Fourth School Year


by David Eugene Smith - 1909

The leading Mathematical Features. In this the last year of the primary grades it is well to feel that the essentials of arithmetic have all been touched upon. It is, therefore, desirable to review the four fundamental operations, extending the multiplication and division work to include three-figure multipliers and divisors. The common business fractions should also be included, with simple operations as far as multiplication. Number Space: In the first half year the numbers may extend to 100,000, and in the second half year number names may be given as high as a billion. The operations, however, should be confined to the smaller numbers of such business as can be appreciated by children of this age.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 10 Number 1, 1909, p. 79-82
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10021, Date Accessed: 10/16/2019 3:48:20 PM

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