Language Practices in School Mathematics: A Social Semiotic Approach (Mellen Studies in Education v. 75)
By: Anne P. Chapman (author)Hardback
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With a view to contributing to understandings of the nature and role of language in mathematics education, this book examines the spoken language practices of school mathematics. Prevailing views of language, learning and mathematics comprise a range of diverse approaches with often contradictory positions on meaning and learning. Dr. Chapman provides an alternative theoretical framework based on theories of social semiotics.
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