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# Content-Based Courses

## Primary Courses

**Content-Based Courses**

**PMC1201: Teaching of Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers**

This course provides an insight into the teaching of whole numbers, specifically in addition and subtraction. The
use of number bonds and place values are also included. A variety of questions on problem solving and interesting
lesson ideas will be discussed and used as examples.

**PMC1202: Teaching of Multiplication and Division of Whole Numbers**

In this course, participants will be given an insight into the teaching of whole numbers, specifically in multiplication and division. The concepts of multiplication and division algorithms are included. A variety of questions on problem solving and interesting lesson ideas will be discussed and used as examples.

**PMC1203: Teaching of Fractions and Decimals**

Fractions and decimals may be abstract topics for some learners. In this course, participants will learn how to
make use of concrete materials and bar models to teach these topics. Fundamental concepts of equal parts and
equivalent fractions, as well as how to convert between fractions and decimals, are included.

**PMC1204: Teaching of Geometry**

In this course, participants will learn effective strategies to teach concepts of lines, angles, shapes, symmetry and
tessellation. Properties of triangles and quadrilaterals are included. Various strategies to find unknown angles in a
given diagram will be discussed.

**PMC1205: Teaching of Mensuration**

This course provides participants with opportunities to explore various strategies of teaching length, perimeter,
area, mass and volume. A variety of real-life applications of mensuration will be discussed so as to allow pupils to
further appreciate Mathematics.

**PMC1206: Teaching of Statistics**

In this course, participants discuss effective approaches to teach statistics, which involves collecting, representing
and interpreting data. Ideas on the use of statistics in the real world will be covered and the concept of average will
be included.