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These are listed below after a list of general resources addressing all major theories for teaching and learning. The teacher may then ask students to hold up the digit in the hundreds place or in the ten-thousands place. The contents in the new series that were first published in 2001 remained the same as the 1999 reduced syllabus. The Three-Part Lesson is one of the new methods that we as teachers are being taught to utilize in our Mathematics classrooms.

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