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Teaching Reading in the Math Classroom ESA 2 Summer Symposium for Educators June 18, 2007 Lincoln HS, SF
Pretest Make a paper book Do three headings-one per page –What do you now know about reading in math? –What do you want to know? –What did you expect to learn today?
Why Teach Reading in Math? Understanding MathematicsNCTM Communication Standard. NCLB DakotaSTEPa reading test.
Reading in Math is Different Research-more concepts per ___ than any other kind of text. More abstract language. Uses more symbols. Years of habityou dont have to read math.
How DO You Teach Reading in Mathematics? Teach them strategies-Mary Lee Barton Format, vocab, and word problems- CPAM Listserv Expect Students to Read-Jean Gomer
Reading Strategies Book Organization Prior KnowledgeKWL Learning Styles/Multiple Intelligences Concept Mapping, Webbing, Advanced Organizers
Three Phases of Reading Before reading: Anticipation guide During reading: –Advanced Organizer –Drawing Pictures –Study Guide After Reading: –Debrief –Cubing –Socratic Questioning
Vocabulary Development Knowledge Rating Chart Concept Circles Frayer Model
Reflection Strategies Writing about the concepts –Learning log –Journal –Little Book Speaking about the concepts Writing a question that they still have
Results of Teaching Reading in the Mathematics Classroom Concept Development and reinforcement. Hookbook talk and have books around the room. Fun
Resources Standards Books –SD Mathematics Content Standards –NCTM Principles and Standards Websites –www.nctm.orgwww.nctm.org –www.sdctm.org
Resources continued Reading Specific-used today –Hooray for Diffendoofer Day –Grandfather Tangs Story –Spaghetti and Meatballs for All –Gator Pie –Wonderful World of Mathematics –G is for Googol –Fractals, Googols, and other Math Tales
Literacy in Math Reading and Writing to Learn Basics.
Introductions - Prepare your answers while we wait for everyone to join us. I am ________________________________(Your name) I teach _________________________________.
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Content Area Comprehension. Objectives Gain an understanding of the five areas of metacognition Explore and develop before the reading strategies –Create.
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What is Mathematical Literacy?. MATHEMATICAL LITERACY “The ability to read, listen, think creatively, and communicate about problem situations, mathematical.
Add Three Numbers Unit of Study: Addition and Subtraction Strategies to 20 Global Concept Guide: 5 of 5.
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