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Valérie Lourenço

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Registered: 12/6/04
Teaching method in english speaking countries
Posted: Mar 17, 2000 12:17 PM
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I am a french student and I have to do an oral presentation of : How
are mathematics teached in english speaking countries ?
I have already followed math lessons in english but I do not want to
explain a lesson, I would like to get informations about the
differences which exist between the french and english "theories" (I
know for example that the definition of a prime number is a bit
different and we do not agree about the case of the number one).
If anyone gets informations about it, please answer to me.
Thank you. Valérie




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