Objectives of ones tens and more, Mathematics

Objectives

After studying this unit, you should be able to

1.  evolve and use alternative activities to clarify the learner's conceptual

2.  understanding of ones/tens/hundreds;

3.  assess the learner's understanding of ones/tens/hundreds;

4.  differentiate between 'place value' and the system of ones/tens/ .....

Let us now consider the issues in/his unit one by one.

 

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