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2004
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Ng, S. F. (2004). Developing algebraic thinking in early grades: Case study of the Singapore primary mathematics curriculum. The Mathematics Educator, 8(1), 39-59.
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This paper analyses how the Singapore primary mathematics curriculum develops algebraic thinking. Analysis of the curricular materials provides evidence
to show that three approaches are adopted to develop algebraic thinking in the Singapore primary mathematics curriculum: namely, problem solving, generalising and functional. These approaches are supported by three thinking processes -
analysing parts and whole, generalising and specializing, and doing and undoing.
The findings show that the Singapore primary mathematics curriculum provides a
wide spectrum of activities which utilise different thinking processes.
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0218-9100
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