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Offer students the chance to work with objects and images in order to master vocabulary. In this way by calculating the three angles of a triangle the students will be able to conclude with inductive reasoning that the sum of three angles of a triangle is 180 degree or two right angles. Ø Circumference of a circle, area of circle Ø Total surface area of cone, cylinder Expansion of identities such as (a+b) 2, (a-b) 2, (a+b+c) 2 Ø Properties of certain geometrical figures like parallelogram, rhombus etc Ø Theorems relating to triangles, circles and transversal properties. Ø The method is based on the principle of learning by doing. Ø This method is psychological as we proceed from known to unknown. Ø It is based on the student’s self pacing. Ø It helps in making clear certain fundamental concepts, ideas etc. Ø It develops the self-confidence and teaches the students the dignity of labour. Ø The children learn the use of different equipments, which are used in laboratory. Ø It develops in the child a habit of scientific, enquiry and investigation. Ø This method presents mathematics as a practical subject. Ø It stimulates the interest of the students to work with concrete material. Ø It provides opportunities for social interaction and co-operation among the students. Ø It is child-centred and therefore it is a psychological method. Ø It helps the students to actively participate in the learning process and therefore the learning becomes more meaningful and interesting.

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