Fun Ways to Learn and Practice the Order of Operations
Knowing the order in which arithmetical operations take place needs to be instinctive for students - starting to learn about them in upper primary school and consolidating until the age of 14. Ensuring understanding and fluency among students is vital.
Yet how to keep them interested and involved when checking understanding and reinforcing?
- brings to the teacher - or parent - invaluable options: worked examples, questions and puzzles.
- dispels any myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings concerning the order of operations
- fosters an enjoyment of problem and puzzle solving involving order of operations.
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John Enock, the author, is a reknowned published puzzler as well as a mathematics teacher of many years' experience. His Cryptic Cross Numbers is also published by Tarquin.
A Tarquin Original ISBN 978-1-911093-04-6
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