Writing in Math
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·Ideas, tips, resources, and approaches to incorporate writing into the math classroom. Great for promoting math talk and higher order thinking.
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How to Teach Math with Interactive Notebooks - Idea Galaxy
Interactive notebook tip- include a student resource page with sentence starters for students to use when completing exit tickets, reflecting on learning, etc. Read more about all 5 components I've found so important in my students' math notebooks and my favorite tips for getting the most out of math interactive notebooks.
Algebra 2 Writing in Math Prompts
In this YEAR-LONG, NO-PREP resource, algebra 2 students will develop reflective and independent thinking, while connecting mathematical ideas. This is READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while deepening their understanding! These will be great as exit tickets or in my student's interactive notebooks. #algebra2 #exitticket #math
6 Vocabulary Activities for Any Subject
These quick, low prep vocabulary activities are perfect for studying key words and vocabulary in any subject area. These 6 Vocabulary Activities will get students talking and practicing vocabulary terms in a variety of fun activities. Great for math, science, language arts, history and any other classes with key words to learn.
This Anchor Chart Provides Questions And Sentence Stems Students Can Use In Classroom Conversations. Compliments Of Eureka Math Writer Colleen Sheeron.
This anchor chart provides questions and sentence stems students can use in classroom conversations. Compliments of Eureka Math writer Colleen Sheeron.
Teaching Students How to Justify Answers in Math - Teaching with Jennifer Findley
Teaching students to justify their work in math doesn't have to be difficult. Read this post to learn how setting clear expectations and explicitly teaching students can make a huge difference.
Math Journal Reflection Prompts
Looking for a way to tie your math lesson together? Or to see if your students have mastered what you have taught? This printable includes a list of 8 responses that your students can use to reflect on the daily math lesson. Two copies are included on each 8 1/2 by 11 sheet. Perfect for stapling right into your students' notebooks for easy and quick reference!