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10 Ways to Get Students Writing in Math

This post shares 10 ways to get your students writing in math class…and enjoying it! There are several free printables on this post.

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Mathwire.com ....Writing Responses to Open-Ended Questions....the best way for kids to really understand math is to write about it...this post gives some GREAT ideas!

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Writing in Math {School Math Topics}

These writing in math prompts allow students to have a way of expressing and practicing critical writing skills in math class. Why should I write in math class?Critical writing is an important part of any subject area. Critical writing requires students to think not only about the how of a topic, but the why as well.

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from Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

10 Ways to Get Students Writing in Math

Writing in math is more important now than ever before. This post shows 6 ways to get your students writing in math on a daily basis.

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Writing in Math {General Math Topics}

These writing in math prompts allow students to have a way of expressing and practicing critical writing skills in math class. Why should I write in math class?Critical writing is an important part of any subject area. Critical writing requires students to think not only about the how of a topic, but the why as well.

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from Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

10 Ways to Get Students Writing in Math

Getting students to write in math is much easier when you use constructed response math tasks on a regular basis. Read this post to learn more and read about nine other ways to get your students writing in math class.

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Teaching Positivity in the Classroom

Love this amazing list of ideas about how to get kids to write about math. You are sure to find something to inspire even your most reluctant writers and biggest mathphobes!

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Writing in Math Class? - A collection of math journal starters

"Isn't journaling for English class?" Who would have thought that you can journal in math class too!! A math journal can be used as a strategy to provide students with an opportunity to: -reflect on their math understanding and learning -search for real life connections -openly write about ideas, thoughts, and feelings about math -become more actively involved in their learning Within this booklet you will find 60 journal starters, to help your students start thinking beyond the numbers.

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