Impact of language in maths (Code: C1256)

Context has long been a problem for learners, along with unpacking worded questions. It is important that we consider and reflect on how we question and word maths problems so learners can access them and demonstrate the knowledge they already possess.

This interactive course will provide a deeper look into how we approach questioning learners and how to develop learners' ability to transfer knowledge across contexts. It will also consider what makes for effective discussion and ways to address maths specific vocabulary.

Upcoming

Online
Date: 01/12/2021
Price: no charge
Booking Close Date: 01/12/2021
Session 1
Date: 01/12/2021 10:00 - 12:00
No suitable dates or locations? Please register your interest and we will let you know about new events as they are announced.

Who is this for?

This course is for teachers and other practitioners delivering GCSE maths and Functional Skills maths in the Further Education and Training sector. It may also be of interest to staff who are teaching T levels with a substantial mathematical component.

Training aim

For you to

  • explore how questions can be asked in different ways and the impact that has
  • to consider the impact of context and how discussion can be used effectively
  • reflect on activities that can support understanding of terminology.

Outcomes

On this course, you will:

  • consider and reflect on ways in which questions can be asked both verbally and written
  • reflect on the impact of context
  • examine the use of discussion and peer learning
  • reflect on the use of maths vocabulary.

Length

Two hours.

Contact us

If this course is not currently available at a suitable date/location, please register your interest and we will let you know about new events as they are announced.

If you have any questions, please contact:

T: 0800 0 831 830
E: enquiries@etfoundation.co.uk