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Research on the Construction of Middle School Mathematics Classroom Based on Situational Teaching Method

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DOI: 10.23977/ICISCETC2023.057


Qiyuan Liang

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Qiyuan Liang


The situational teaching mode is a teaching mode that guides students to engage in independent exploratory learning using cases or scenarios as carriers. With the implementation of the new curriculum reform, situational teaching method has gradually been applied to middle school mathematics teaching. Situational teaching is to create good learning scenarios for students, guide them to discover problems from the scenarios, and explore and research solutions to these problems. The situational teaching method is not only in line with the characteristics of middle school mathematics, but also in line with the level of students' thinking development. The situational teaching method is also an important strategy to improve the effectiveness of middle school mathematics teaching. The situational teaching method can be integrated based on the current situation of middle school mathematics teaching, so that middle school mathematics can be adjusted according to actual content in teaching, in order to improve the effectiveness of mathematics teaching. Teachers should actively explore new teaching modes for students in the teaching process, stimulate their learning interest, thinking ability, etc., make the classroom full of vitality, and effectively improve students' learning efficiency. This article analyzes the application of situational teaching method in middle school mathematics classrooms, and uses strategies such as designing different scenarios, setting game scenarios, using life scenarios, and asking questions to change course teaching, so that students can understand mathematical knowledge and improve the efficiency of mathematics classroom teaching.


Situational teaching method, Middle school mathematics, Classroom construction

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