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USING THE LANGUAGE TO INCREASE DEEPER MATHEMATICAL MEANING AND UNDERSTANDING. Armando M. Martinez-Cruz CSU Fullerton a martinez-cruz@fullerton.edu Karen Delaney TASEL-M Math Coach at Buena Park HS mathcoach@adelphia.net Presented at CMC South Palm Springs, CA Nov. 5, 2005

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Utilizing THE LANGUAGE TO INCREASE DEEPER MATHEMATICAL MEANING AND UNDERSTANDING Armando M. Martinez-Cruz CSU Fullerton a martinez-cruz@fullerton.edu Karen Delaney TASEL-M Math Coach at Buena Park HS mathcoach@adelphia.net Presented at CMC South Palm Springs, CA Nov. 5, 2005 TASELM site: http://taselm.fullerton.edu

Outline of the Presentation Introduction and Welcome Math issue in a little gathering Teacher encounters Math graffiti Sentence strips Vocabulary worksheet Questions and Conclusions

Small gathering work: A man purchases 3-penny stamps and 6 [cent] stamps, 120 altogether. He pays for them with a $5.00 charge and gets 75 pennies in change. Does he get the right change? A) Would 76 pennies change be right? Would 74 pennies change be right? (Posamentier & Salkind, 1996, 3-14)

Directions Create a gathering of 4 from various showing levels Introduce yourself to your gathering Read the issue Read the issue again and underline key vocabulary words Have every gathering part share the definition and a case of an underlined word (If you can\'t characterize a word, approach your gathering for) Paraphrase what the issue is asking Solve the issue by no less than two techniques Present arrangements

Teacher Experiences: Jigsaw to utilize understudies as specialists Accountability for each other Multiple ways to deal with the same issue to achieve all understudies

Math Graffiti Clues to help understudies recall the importance of the word or image Examples from educators Select a word from Algebra or Geometry and make a visual to speak to the word Student investment

C reater than The arrangement incorporates every one of the numbers bigger than 2

ess than The arrangement incorporates every one of the numbers under 4

ero Slope Horizontal lines have zero incline

Sentence Strips From words to science An action with strips Example: Four times the entirety of a number and one is five. Four times a number in addition to one is five.

Your turn: The whole of two numbers is twenty. The distinction of the same two numbers is four. Locate the two numbers.

Vocabulary worksheet Pass out freebee and outline Example: Equivalent

Questions and Conclusions