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Étudier des numérations orales en classe : quels savoirs mathématiques et langagiers ?

Abstract : This paper deals with a multilingual approach of language awareness to teach and learn mathematics. The analysis of oral number systems in four languages (French, English, Breton, Maori) shows linguistic particularities to "say numbers". Numbers decompositions (additive and multiplicative) are proposed in the four languages regarding to place-value system with the usual polynomial decomposition. The notion of regular oral system number is as well presented. Cultural and linguistic aspects concern in particular written comprehension and the notion of translation. The multilingual approach allows to look beyond the language and culture of school and to consider mathematics through linguistic particularities.
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Caroline Poisard, Martine Kervran, Elodie Surget, Estelle Moumin. Étudier des numérations orales en classe : quels savoirs mathématiques et langagiers ?. Au fil des maths, 2018. ⟨hal-01870517⟩

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