There are multiple types of reasoning skills that are needed for learning. But broadly these can be divided into verbal and nonverbal reasoning skills. At Cuemath both of these reasoning types are employed to teach.
Cuemath method ≠ broadcast
The Cuemath method forbids the teachers from explaining the entire problem or breaking it down for the child in a manner that hinders learning.
Can you read the first line and explain, what do you understand?
Is that sentence relevant to the problem?
What else do you know from reading this sentence?
What are you expected to find out from this problem?

The teachers will never broadcast:
 It is seen in a lot of traditional programs that the problems are directly solved on the blackboard and the students are expected to copy them onto their workbooks/notebooks.
They will later memorize this through rote, without comprehending the problem or the solution. That never happens at Cuemath.
 Each problem that needs to be solved by the student, whether it is a conceptbased problem, or an aptitude/creative reasoning based one, the student is given an opportunity to solve it independently.
 The workbooks are built in a manner to help the student learn using pictorial methods first and the complexity of instruction is increased slowly to help them progress through their reading ability.
Word problems at Cuemath
There are problems across math domains in Cuemath which rely on Student’ ability to read and comprehend. The complexity of these word problems, in terms of both language and explanation.
See the examples here to understand how are word problems integrated into learning at Cuemath:
A workbook problem for grade 3 students
A module assessment question of Grade 6 student
A puzzle card that could be assigned to 35 grades’ students based on their ability
Conclusion

Students are encouraged to independently read, comprehend and solve word problems of varying complexity, which builds those skills over a period of time.

Teachers are trained and encouraged to cue the students and ask probing questions to help them comprehend instead of broadcasting or simply explaining the problems or solutions.

Word problems are made an integral part of the Cuemath learning system that allows linguistic skills to be built.

All these will lead to improved English language skills, though Cuemath does not specially build a curriculum or exercises for learning English.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is the word problem in maths?
A word problem in maths is a maths question written as one sentence or more that requires children to apply their maths knowledge to a 'reallife' scenario.
How do you write a word problem?
To write a word problem, analyze the way you would solve it yourself, and decide on the best method for your students to use. Identify the math skills you would like students to work on.
Why do students struggle with math word problems?
To solve word problems, kids have to read well. One reason kids struggle is because they have trouble with reading in general. This simple change can help your child keep learning math even if reading is a challenge.