Utilizing THE LANGUAGE TO INCREASE DEEPER MATHEMATICAL MEANING AND UNDERSTANDING .


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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

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

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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)

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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

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

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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

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

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

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ero Slope Horizontal lines have zero incline

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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.

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

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Vocabulary worksheet Pass out freebee and outline Example: Equivalent

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Questions and Conclusions

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