Article de revue: ID no. (ISBN etc.):  01443410 Clé de citation BibTeX:  Bautista2009
Bautista, D., Mitchelmore, M., & Mulligan, J. (2009). Factors influencing filipino children's solutions to addition and subtraction word problems. Educational Psychology, 29(6), pp. 729–745.
Ajoutée par: Lynda Taabane 2009-10-16 09:15:26
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Catégories: Résolution de problèmes mathématiques
Descripteurs: CHILDREN -- Language -- Testing, English language, FILIPINOS, mathematical models, PSYCHOLOGICAL tests for children, QUALITATIVE research, WORD problems (Mathematics)
Auteurs: Bautista, Mitchelmore, Mulligan
Collection: Educational Psychology

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Résumé
Young Filipino children are expected to solve mathematical word problems in English, which is not their mother tongue. Because of this, it is often assumed that Filipino children have difficulties in solving problems because they cannot read or comprehend what they have read. This study tested this assumption by determining whether presenting word problems in Filipino or reading them aloud to children in either language facilitated solution accuracy. Contrary to the initial hypothesis, reading word problems aloud did not seem to improve student performance (p > 0.10). In contrast, presenting word problems in Filipino significantly improved solution accuracy (p < 0.0001) and led to differences in error patterns - children were less likely to use an inappropriate arithmetic operation when problems were presented in Filipino. However, the language of the problem had minimal effects on the more difficult Compare problem type. Finally, the benefits of using Filipino were more pronounced fo
Ajoutée par: Lynda Taabane

 
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