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1K просмотров10 страницIndian Abacus Pvt. Ltd., has launched its newly invented state-of-the-art Indian Abacus devices and the program with international standard course materials to make the children of the age group – 5 to 13 years, benefit much more than ever before. Indian Abacus products and the program are the result of 14 years of background research using which the promoters of the company gained invaluable knowledge and experience. All of these have gone into the development of the devices (Indian Abacus) and the program. We will be happy to serve you with these product-offerings and the program of international standard.
The Indian Abacus is an educational counting tool for learning to do fast and accurate mental arithmetic, applicable for children 5 to 13 years, more particularly it helps in enhancing their brain skills such as CONCENTRATION, VISUALIZATION (PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY) by activating the right brain, the seat of intelligence. The present invention introduces a tool which can display color image representing any value by moving the sliders up and down.

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Indian Abacus Pvt. Ltd., has launched its newly invented state-of-the-art Indian Abacus devices and the program with international standard course materials to make the children of the age group – 5 to 13 years, benefit much more than ever before. Indian Abacus products and the program are the result of 14 years of background research using which the promoters of the company gained invaluable knowledge and experience. All of these have gone into the development of the devices (Indian Abacus) and the program. We will be happy to serve you with these product-offerings and the program of international standard.
The Indian Abacus is an educational counting tool for learning to do fast and accurate mental arithmetic, applicable for children 5 to 13 years, more particularly it helps in enhancing their brain skills such as CONCENTRATION, VISUALIZATION (PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY) by activating the right brain, the seat of intelligence. The present invention introduces a tool which can display color image representing any value by moving the sliders up and down.

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1K просмотров10 страницIndian Abacus Pvt. Ltd., has launched its newly invented state-of-the-art Indian Abacus devices and the program with international standard course materials to make the children of the age group – 5 to 13 years, benefit much more than ever before. Indian Abacus products and the program are the result of 14 years of background research using which the promoters of the company gained invaluable knowledge and experience. All of these have gone into the development of the devices (Indian Abacus) and the program. We will be happy to serve you with these product-offerings and the program of international standard.
The Indian Abacus is an educational counting tool for learning to do fast and accurate mental arithmetic, applicable for children 5 to 13 years, more particularly it helps in enhancing their brain skills such as CONCENTRATION, VISUALIZATION (PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY) by activating the right brain, the seat of intelligence. The present invention introduces a tool which can display color image representing any value by moving the sliders up and down.

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Stars

Tutor Training Manual

LEVEL 8

Published by

Indian Abacus Private Limited,

Global Head Office:

No. A1 1857, 13th Main Road, 6th Avenue,

Anna Nagar West, Chennai 600 040.

Tamilnadu, India.

First Edition: March, 2014

Patent pending: India & International (US)

Indian Abacus Digital

Indian Abacus Non Digital

Indian Abacus Digital for Tutor

Indian Abacus Non Digital for Tutor

Copyright:

Stars Tutor Training Manual

This publication is copyrighted

No part of this publication should be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any

means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior permission of the owner

and the publisher. This book may not be lent, resold, hired out or otherwise disposed of by way of trade in any form

of binding or cover other than that in which it is published, without the prior consent of the owner / publisher

Index

INDEX

S. No.

Contents

Page No

11

14

17

20

23

26

10

29

11

32

12

35

13

Notes

38

STARS

Lesson Plan

Week 1

S.No.

Time

(Min)

Speed Writing

Image Flash

10

Book B Page Nos. 1,2,3 & 4

Multiples of 5 sequentially forward and backward &

backward and forward 0510152025,5045403530,

2520151005,3035404550

Reading the Slider Images

Continuous Numbers: 1 to 510

Do 1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +10.... = 130305 on the abacus.

Fingering Practice

10

5

6

10

Book Practice

10

Speed Writing

Do 130305 510 509 508 507 .. = 0 on the abacus.

Repeated no. +76543/Addition of any five different digits

repeatedly on the abacus. Add 76543 repeatedly for a

duration of one minute.

Repeated no. 9753/ Subtraction of any four different digits

repeatedly on the abacus. Set 1950600 on the abacus and

subtract 9753 repeatedly until you reach zero.

Abacus Sums: 5 & 6D 3R & 5 & 6D 5R

Class work: Book A Page Nos. 1 & 2

Multiples of 5 sequentially forward and backward &

backward and forward 0510152025,5045403530,

2520151005,3035404550

8

Image Flash

1

35

Mental Sums: 5D 3R & 5 & 6D 3R & 6D 3R

STARS

abacus. Do +11111 repeatedly for a duration of one minute.

Fixed no. 1111/Subtraction of any four same digits repeatedly

on the abacus. Set 222200 on the abacus and subtract 1111

repeatedly until you reach zero.

Horizontal Addition:

Add 123456789 horizontally on the abacus for 9 steps until

you reach the value 1111111101 on the abacus.

Horizontal Subtraction:

Set 1111111101 on the abacus and subtract 123456789

horizontally for 9 steps until you reach zero.

10

Fingering Practice

10

11

10

12

Book Practice

10

13

Speed Writing

Listening and Writing exercise

14

Book Practice

Guidelines

Week 1

Book Practice:

Book A Page Nos. 1,2,3 & 4

Book B Page Nos. 1,2,3 & 4

1.

Speed Writing:

Speed writing practice is aimed at writing numbers at a fast pace, neatly and legibly by the children. Speed

writing initially may affect neat and legible handwriting of numbers. But with steady practice the skill to write

at good speed neatly and legibly is attained. Since practice is a must for every child, children shall write

numbers as per tutors instructions within a set time. After a month of practice the children will be able to

write fast, neatly and legibly. Abacus Tutors should ensure legibility & neatness first and subsequently speed.

Speed writing of numbers Multiples of 5 sequentially forward and backward & Backward and forward

0510152025

5045403530

2520151005

3035404550

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

2.

Write the numbers as mentioned above in the book, row by row for a duration of one minute.

Direct View: Simple writing looking at what is written on the note book

Indirect View: Writing of numbers without looking at what is written

Left Hand Writing: The same number writing practice using left hand.

Left handers must write the numbers using right hand.

Image Flash is the activity which is done to give larger scope for the students to read Abacus slider images

representing values using which the students could have extended practice and also better assessment of their

skills in reading the values of images at a speed. Flash Cards were used earlier, but with the advent Indian

Abacus program now the students have scope to view limitless number of images. With the usage of skills to

read the constantly changing image values, students experience better challenges which ultimately enhance

their Visiospatial memory skills necessary to perform better in doing faster and accurate mental arithmetic

skills by image of Abacus. Speed and accuracy in performing Mental Arithmetic by image of Abacus indirectly

reflect their Concentration & Memory skills.

The Abacus Tutor during Image Flash session alerts the students to focus on the activity of reading the values

of slider images. The Abacus tutor would after saying Start manipulates the sliders of the tool Indian Abacus

for Tutor-continuously to make the students read the images one after the other and write down the

numbervalue of each of such images flashed on the Tutor's Abacus and they should write the number values

on their note books. The Abacus Tutor actually writes down a series of numbers Single, double, triple, 4 digits,

as the case may be, on a paper first and during the activity she would manipulate the sliders looking at the

numbers she wrote down which the students read and write. It would be then easier to check the accuracy.

Advantages of Image Flash over the Flash Cards usage:

Limitless numbers could be given for practice & assessment.

Students every time get new set of numbers, as against the Flash Cards which are same all through.

Students could follow the Tutor's manipulation of Sliders thereby giving scope to correct the fingering.

STARS

Guidelines

Week 1

3.

Oral sums called out to the students to calculate and give the correct answers is a must and the time to be

allotted has to be properly implemented. Listening to the sums called out and to do the same to give answers,

not only enhances the Listening skills, but also enables the memory to become stronger, as apart from the

senses of vision & touch to do the slider manipulation hearing sense, also adds to enhance the brain skills.

Callout random numbers to children and instruct them to compute the called our numbers on their Abacus and

write the answers in the fingering section of the book.

4.

Fingering Practice:

Continuous Numbers +1 to +510

Do 1 +2 +3 = 130305 on the abacus.

Using 9th column to start on the abacus, add the numbers from 1 to 510 sequentially using the required

formulae in the 9th column until you reach the value 130305 on the abacus.

Continuous Numbers: 510 to 1

Do 510 509 508 ..=0 on the abacus.

Using 9th column to start set 130305 on the abacus and subtract numbers on the reverse from 510 to 1 using

the required formulae until you reach zero.

Repeated no +76543/Addition of any five different digits repeatedly on the abacus.

Do addition of 76543 repeatedly for a duration of one minute.

Using 9th column to start set 76543 on the abacus, (add 70000 in the 13th column, add 6000 in the 12th column,

add 500 in the 11th column, add 40 in the 10th column and add 3 in the 9th column) repeatedly using the

required formulae for a duration of one minute.

STARS

Using 9th column to start, set 1950600 on the abacus and subtract 9753 repeatedly using required

formulae until you reach zero (subtract 9000 in the 12th column, 700 in the 11th column, subtract 50 in the

10th column and subtract 3 in the 9th column).

5

Call out random numbers to the children and instruct them to compute the called out numbers on their abacus

and write the answers in the fingering section of the book.

6.

7.

Speed Writing:

Speed writing of numbers Multiples of 5 sequentially forward and backward & backward and forward

0510152025

5045403530

2520151005

3035404550

I.

Write the numbers as mentioned above in the book, row by row for a duration of one minute.

II.

Direct View: Simple writing looking at what is written on the note book

III.

Indirect View: Writing of numbers without looking at what is written

IV.

Left Hand Writing: The same number writing practice using left hand.

V.

Left handers must write the numbers using right hand.

Guidelines

Week 1

8.

9.

Oral Sums Practice: Mental Sums: 5 digits 3 rows, 5 & 6 digits 3 rows, 6 digits 3 rows.

Call out random numbers to the children and instruct them to compute the called out numbers mentally by

visualizing and moving the sliders of abacus mentally according to the numbers and write the answers in the

fingering section of the book.

10.

Fingering Practice:

Fixed Number Practice: +11111 (Addition of five same digits)

Do addition of 11111 repeatedly for a duration of one minute.

Using 9th column to start set 11111 on the abacus, (add 10000 in the 13th column, 1000 in the 12th column add

100 in the 11th column, add 10 in the 10th column and add 1 in the 9th column) repeatedly using the required

formulae for a duration of one minute.

Fixed Number Practice: 1111 (Subtraction of four same digits)

Set 222200 and do 1111 repeatedly until you reach zero.

Using 9th column to start set 222200 on the abacus,( subtract 1000 in the 12th column, subtract 100 in the 11th

column, subtract 10 in the 10th column and subtract 1 in the 9th column) repeatedly using the required

formulae until you reach zero.

Horizontal Addition:

Starting from the 15th column, add 123456789 horizontally on the abacus until you reach the value

1111111101 on the abacus. (set 1 in the 15th column, set 2 in the 14th column, set 3 in the 13th column, set 4 in

the 12th column, set 5 in the 11th column, set 6 in the 10th column, set 7 in the 9th column, set 8 in the 8th

column and set 9 in the 7th column). Add the same number in the same column for nine times until you reach

the value 1111111101 on the abacus.

Horizontal Subtraction:

Starting from the 16th column set 1111111101 on the abacus, subtract 123456789 horizontally until you reach

zero on the abacus. (Subtract 1 in the 15th column, 2 in the 14th column, 3 in the 13th column, 4 in the 12th

column, 5 in the 11th column, 6 in the 10th column, 7 in the 9th column, 8 in the 8th column and 9 in the 7th

column). Subtract the same number in the same column for nine times until you reach zero on the abacus.

11.

Call out random numbers to children and instruct them to compute the called out numbers on their abacus and

write the answers in the fingering section of book.

12.

13.

Speed Writing:

Random Numbers Listening and Writing exercise:

Dictate 5 digits 10 row numbers continuously and instruct children to write the same in the speed writing

section of the book as the digits are being called out. After the first line is completed, say 'next' and then dictate

another set of 5 digits 10 rows numbers, in this way dictate at least 10 sets of numbers.

14.

Book Practice:

Home Work : Book A Page Nos. 1 4

STARS

Lesson Plan

Week 2

S.No.

Time

(Min)

Speed Writing

Image Flash

10

Book B Page Nos. 5,6,7 & 8

Multiples of 2 sequentially forward and backward &

backward and forward

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Reading the Slider Images

Continuous Numbers: 1 to 520

Do 1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +10 ....= 135460 on the abacus

Fingering Practice

10

5

6

10

Book Practice

10

Speed Writing

Do 135460 520 519 518 517 .. =0 on the abacus.

Repeated no. +86429/Addition of any five different digits

repeatedly on the abacus. Add 86429 repeatedly for a

duration of one minute.

Repeated no. 9742/ Subtraction of any three different digits

repeatedly on the abacus. Set 1948400 on the abacus and

subtract 9742 repeatedly until you reach zero.

Abacus Sums: 5 & 6D 3R & 5 & 6D 5R

Class work: Book A Page Nos. 5 & 6

Multiples of 2 sequentially forward and backward &

backward and forward

0204060810,2018161412 ,1008060402 ,1214161820

8

Image Flash

35

STARS

abacus. Do +22222 repeatedly for the duration of one minute.

Fixed no. 2222/Subtraction of any three same digits

repeatedly on the abacus. Set 444400 on the abacus and

subtract 2222 repeatedly until you reach zero.

Horizontal Addition:

Add 123456789 horizontally on the abacus for 9 steps until you

reach the value 1111111101 on the abacus.

Horizontal Subtraction:

Set 1111111101 on the abacus and subtract 123456789

horizontally for 9 steps until you reach zero.

10

Fingering Practice

10

11

10

12

Book Practice

10

13

Speed Writing

Listening and Writing exercise

14

Book Practice

Guidelines

Week 2

Book Practice:

Book A Page Nos. 5,6,7,8

Book B Page Nos. 5,6,7,8

1.

2.

Speed Writing:

Speed writing of numbers Multiples of 2 sequentially forward and backward & backward and forward

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1214161820

Image Flash: Reading the Slider Images (Refer Page Nos. 2)

3.

Call out random numbers to the children and instruct them to compute the called out numbers on their abacus

and write the answers in the fingering section of the book.

4.

Fingering Practice:

Continuous Numbers +1 to +520

Do 1 +2 +3 = 135460 on the abacus.

Using 9th column to start on the abacus, add the numbers from 1 to 520 sequentially using the required

formulae in the 9th column until you reach the value 135460 on the abacus.

Continuous Numbers: 520 to 1

Do 520 519 518 ..=0 on the abacus.

Using 9th column to start set 135460 on the abacus and subtract numbers on the reverse from 520 to 1 using

the required formulae until you reach zero.

Repeated no +86429/Addition of any five different digits repeatedly on the abacus.

Do addition of 86429 repeatedly for a duration of one minute.

Using 9th column to start set 86429 on the abacus, (add 80000 in the 13th column, 6000 in the 12th column,

add 400 in the 11th column, add 20 in the 10th and add 9 in the 9th column) repeatedly using the required

formulae for a duration of one minute.

Repeated no 9742/Subtraction of any four different digits repeatedly on the abacus.

Using 9th column to start set 1948400 on the abacus and subtract 9742 repeatedly using required formulae

until you reach zero (subtract 9000 in the 12th column, 700 in the 11th column, subtract 40 in the 10th column

and subtract 2 in the 9th column).

5.

Call out random numbers to the children and instruct them to compute the called out numbers on their abacus

and write the answers in the fingering section of the book.

6.

7.

STARS

Speed Writing:

Speed writing of numbers Multiples of 2 sequentially forward and backward & backward and forward

0204060810

2018161412

1008060402

1214161820

Guidelines

Week 2

8.

9.

Oral Sums Practice: Mental Sums: 5 digits 3 rows, 5 & 6 digits 3 rows, 6 digits 3 rows.

Call out random numbers to the children and instruct them to compute the called out numbers mentally by

visualizing and moving the sliders of abacus mentally according to the numbers and write the answers in the

fingering section of the book.

10.

Fingering Practice:

Fixed Number Practice: +22222 (Addition of five same digits)

Do addition of 22222 repeatedly for a duration of one minute.

Using 9th column to start set 22222 on the abacus, (add 20000 in the 13th column, add 2000 in the 12th column, add 200 in

the 11th column and add 20 in the 10th column and add 2 in the 9th column) repeatedly using the required formulae for a

duration of one minute.

Fixed Number Practice: 2222 (Subtraction of four same digits)

Set 444400 and do 2222 repeatedly until you reach zero.

Using 9th column to start set 444400 on the abacus, subtract 2000 in the 12th column, subtract 200 in the 11th column,

subtract 20 in the 10th column and subtract 2 in the 9th column repeatedly using the required formulae until you reach

zero.

Horizontal Addition:

Starting from the 15th column, add 123456789 horizontally on the abacus until you reach the value 1111111101 on the

abacus. (set 1 in the 15th column, set 2 in the 14th column, set 3 in the 13th column, set 4 in the 12th column, set 5 in the

11th column, set 6 in the 10th column, set 7 in the 9th column, set 8 in the 8th column and set 9 in the 7th column). Add the

same number in the same column for nine times until you reach the value 1111111101 on the abacus.

STARS

Horizontal Subtraction:

Starting from the 16th column set 1111111101 on the abacus, subtract 123456789 horizontally until you reach zero on

the abacus. (Subtract 1 in the 15th column, 2 in the 14th column, 3 in the 13th column, 4 in the 12th column, 5 in the 11th

column, 6 in the 10th column, 7 in the 9th column, 8 in the 8th column and 9 in the 7th column). Subtract the same number

in the same column for nine times until you reach zero on the abacus.

11.

Call out random numbers to the children and instruct them to compute the called out numbers on their abacus and write

the answers in the fingering section of the book.

12.

Book Practice:

Class work : Book A Page Nos. 7 & 8

13.

Speed Writing:

Random Numbers Listening and Writing exercise:

Dictate 5 digits 10 rows numbers continuously and instruct the children to write the same in the speed

writing section of the book as the digits are being called out. After the first line is completed, say 'next' and

then dictate another set of 5 digits 10 rows numbers, in this way dictate at least 10 sets of numbers.

14.

Book Practice:

Home Work : Book A Page Nos.5 8

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