A Literature Review Of Multimodal Semiotic Reasoning In Mathematics

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https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.14.02.30

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reasoning, semiotic, multimodal, mathematics education

Abstract

Multimodal semiotic reasoning is a process of drawing conclusions related to objects, symbols or signs through the integration of various resources originating from written answer texts, oral answers, gestures, facial expressions, pictures, concrete objects and artifacts that students use. This research is a literature study that focuses on research articles on multimodal semiotic reasoning using the subject of mathematics. The research was conducted by reviewing several articles that concentrated on research design, the type of participants, the focus of the research material and the role of multimodal semiotic reasoning with the subject of mathematics. A total of 22 articles were analyzed by searching and reviewing articles from trusted database journals, namely Scopus, Science Direct, and ERIC. The literature review of multimodal semiotic reasoning is explored based on 1) the type of research design used in research, 2) the type of participants selected in research, 3) the focus of the research material, and 4) the role of multimodal semiotic reasoning. Based on the results of the manuscript review, multimodal semiotic reasoning research shows a great influence on mathematics education. Research on multimodal semiotic reasoning shows that 1) descriptive research and case studies are the most commonly used designs; 2) the study participants were dominated by high school and elementary school students; 3) the focus of most research material is in the field of mathematics, especially geometry, 4) the role of multimodal semiotic reasoning in mathematics education is mostly shown in knowledge of mathematics.

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Toto, Universitas Negeri Malang

Mathematics Department

makbul, Universitas Negeri Malang

Mathematics Department

Dwi Agus, Universitas Negeri Malang

mechanical Engineering Department

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2024-01-10

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Ekowati, D. W., nusantara, toto, muksar, makbul, & Sudjimat, D. agus. (2024). A Literature Review Of Multimodal Semiotic Reasoning In Mathematics : . Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 14(2), 261–274. https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.14.02.30