Write an essay in which you describe how student error, student and teacher misconceptions, and instructional activities are interrelated in mathematics instruction.
the fundamental misconception about mathematics is ' it is a difficult subject'.
to bring a student out of this opinion, it is the role of the teacher to introduce some examples close to the sporting events of the children and those the child view in day to day life.
the fundamental method to follow is basic counting by showing number of similar articles like small balls or playing sticks.
allow the student to touch them and start counting.
the same procedure if continued basing on the next and higher levels of mathematics, then student will never feel that he is doing a tough subject.
as the level of mathematics increases, the teacher has to chant the definitions emerge during the course and make the student repeat what the teacher utters.
it should be done in the class itself and one who is good at remembering the basic definitions of any branch will be good at the subject.
as the student reaches the college level, the theorem statements are to be remembered to apply in different theorems and problems.
this is the ultimate method to win the mathematics needs.
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