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# Spoken mathematics as an instructional strategy: the public discourse of mathematics classrooms in different countries

This chapter examines the use of spoken mathematics in the public discourse of eighth-grade mathematics classrooms internationally. By “spoken mathematics” we mean the recognizably mathematical terms used in spoken interaction in the classroom. Our principal focus was the relatively sophisticated terms by which each lesson’s central concepts or procedures were named. In our analysis we addressed the question(s): “What is the occurrence of publicly spoken mathematics in the different classrooms studied and what efforts do the teachers appear to make to promote students’ use of technical mathematical terms in their public classroom talk?” A companion chapter examines the question of students’ private spoken mathematics in the classroom and the possible learning that might result.

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Student voice in mathematics classrooms around the world## Chapter number

2## Pagination

13 - 31## Publisher

Sense Publishers## Place of publication

Rotterdam, Netherlands## ISBN-13

9789462093492## ISBN-10

9462093490## Language

eng## Publication classification

B1.1 Book chapter## Copyright notice

2013, Sense Publishers## Extent

12## Editor/Contributor(s)

B Kaur, G Anthony, M Ohtani, D Clarke## Usage metrics

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