Math Thesis Statement

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Thesis statement:
Infants, between 5 and 15 years old, can improve their math skills using alternative methods of learning by stimulating curiosity, building up critical analysis, and recognizing rules. In addition, children develop socialization and manage frustrations, while constructing knowledge through fun, playful, and effective methods such as toys, games, and technology (apps and computer tools).

I. Transition + Topic Sentence: Develop curiosity increases the capacity to solve problems
Firstly, developing curiosity will stimulate logical reasoning and the ability to generalize, plan, and predict. Due to this, the curiosity favors the structuring of thought.

A. Supporting Point: Logical reasoning

1. Example/Elaboration: It makes learning more effective and enjoyable. In this way,
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Quotation from Secondary Research:

B. Supporting Point: ability to generalize, plan and predict to solve problems

1. Example/Elaboration:
Games can be used to introduce topics and prepare students to intensify the existing knowledge. Entertainment stimulates learning to make math closer to the abilities to solve problems because it is necessary to organize the ideas and foresee the results. The ability to solve problems using the imagination and creativity becomes increasingly indispensable.
2. Quotation from Secondary Research:
According to Căprioară (2015), “in mathematics, a problem-situation is a learning situation which the teacher imagines in order to create a space for reflection and analysis around a problem/ question to be solved.” (p.1860).

CONCLUDING SENTENCE: In a dynamic and efficient manner, solving problems provides clearly reflection and learning new mathematical concepts

II. Transition + Topic Sentence:

Besides the ability of thought organization to solve problems, math helps develop children’s ability of analyze their errors and correctness by using their cognitive abilities.

A. Supporting Point: Increase concentration, memory, and

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