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An average over ten students per class) 37 D. H. V. WAN. sample of ten focus students over the five lessons studied. 60). 95) were at all comparable in the private use of mathematical terms. It is important to consider the nature of the student-student interactions and the manner in which spoken mathematical terms were employed. In our analysis of both public and private spoken mathematics, we focused on those “key mathematical terms” that constituted the content-focus of the lesson. Table 1 sets out about 3 minutes of student-student interaction recorded in lesson 2 in the second Tokyo classroom.
The analyses reported in this chapter draw to our attention significant differences in the classroom discourse of mathematics classrooms situated in different cultural settings. These differences suggest further areas for research. Despite the frequently assumed similarities of practice in classrooms characterised as Asian, differences in the nature of students’ publicly spoken mathematics in classrooms in Seoul, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo are non-trivial and suggest different instructional theories underlying classroom practice.
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