이민정 Lee Min Jung
DOI: JANT Vol.33(No.2) 105-122, 2019
In Korean textbooks, by T(x, y)=(x+a, y+b) where a and b are horizontal and vertical changes respectively, an arbitrary point on the original figure f(x, y)=0 has been expressed as a point (x, y) and a point on a translated figure f(x-a, y-b)=0 has been expressed as a point x(′, y′). If an arbitrary point on a figure f(x, y)=0 is expressed as a point (x, y), then a point (x, y) and a figure f(x, y)=0 are different targets but the same characters are used. In this following study, there were found that the expressions in these textbooks were stuck for more than 50 years, so students' thoughts were stiff. And therefore these are a need to be improved so that those things are studied as follows. First, inducing a formula, what are the students’ responses like when were expressed differently from textbooks? Second, based on the results reviewed, how will the expressions of the textbook be revised? Third, how do the students respond to the modified expressions? As the result, a point on the original figure were expressed differently from textbooks and a point on a translated figure was put as a point (x, y), and about it, all of the students surveyed said that this improved expressions made in the study were easier.