On this page there are many resources for those who approach LAMBDA for the first time, there are examples on the main subjects of mathematics, solution strategies, advice on how to write, use, and troubleshoot various types of operations, expressions and problems in the way more effective and making full use of the many features of the program. This collection of lessons has been realized thanks to the help of Spanish Prof. José Enrique Fernández del Campo and the prof. Giuseppe Nicotra and Prof. Luciana Formenti.
Prof. José Enrique Fernández del Campo is a well-known person at all. E 'became blind at an early age, he graduated in mathematics, he frequantoto a course in mathematics education in Belgium, and a doctorate in mathematics until 1983 he worked at the school for the blind and the Faculty of Education of L 'University of Madrid. Since 1987 he has taught at the school of ceichi and is engaged in research on issues of mathematics education for the blind. His writings and manuals are diventitati points of reference for many teachers and students. Remember the lyrics on "Matemáticas y deficiencia sensorial", y Braille mathematics, and the most famous book translated into many ligue including in Italian by prof. Dario Russo, "The math enseñanza de los ciegos" (The teaching of mathematics to the blind).
Finally, we thank Dr. Raffaella Vittori for accurate translations.
The first section presents five lessons that relate to the methods of study of mathematics, Lambda and introduce how to install and how to write a first mathematical expression.
Jump to page: lessons from 1 to 5
The second lesson, and all subsequent lessons will be available directly to file LAMBDA. The lessons from 6 to 10 allow to become familiar with expressions with parentheses, fractions, simple and compound and powers.
Jump to page: lessons from 6 to 10
The following is a collection of the first examples of Prof. José Enrique Fernández del Campo, on how to resolve issues with lambda type, in the most effective way, using the possibilities offered by the program. We will list some of the most common exercises in our classrooms. We will continue with topics of increasing order taking into account the young people of primary school (6 to 10 years) and then secondary school.
The following topics are more challenging for secondary school students, semrpe classes of prof. Del Campo. They were divided into two pages: