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Writing in Mathematics Featured Topic: Writing in Math Class Teachers incorporate writing in math class to help students reflect on their learning, deepen their understanding of important concepts by explaining and providing examples of those concepts, and make important connections to real-life applications of the math they are learning. Teachers use the writing assignments to assess student understanding of important concepts, student proficiency in explaining and using those concepts and each student's attitude toward learning mathematics. Getting Started with Math Writing Often students who have difficulty writing in math class have less difficulty telling the teacher what they think. Think-Pair-Share: Some students are reluctant to write at first and benefit from practice sharing thoughts with a partner and hearing that partner put thoughts into words. The basic steps of Think-Pair-Share are: Question: Ask an open-ended question and tell students that they will think-pair-share the answer. Make a web.
math and literature idea bank Math Literature and Graphing Activities > I will soon be a student teacher. In my method class for > math I was instructed to create a book lesson intergrating > math. I want to use Harriet's Halloween Candy by Nancy > Carlson, since it will be Halloween when I present this to > my class... Your thoughts are well thought out... KathyB/1st/IA, 10/26/00 on teachers.net math board Best of luck when you present your lesson. Integrating math with Harriet means not only sorting and graphing, which is good, but also how can you tie the feelings of selfishness and greediness into your lesson, which I believe is the lesson Nancy Carlson wants the reader to explore. Choose the attributes you want the students to work with (i.e. size, color, shape, etc.) and fill the bags with any and everything (not just candy) that can be sorted like this. Hand this bag to one person - what do others think? Go on to sort, graph, diagram (using rope circles on the floor works good and working in groups helps).
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