TOP 3 REASONS WHY I LOVE MATH TALKS
1- Students develop strong academic vocabulary by making real world connections and collaborating with their peers
2- Students use multiple ways to solve problems and explain their thinking
3- Students think critically about solutions, analyze mistakes and develop new plans & strategies
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Getting Started with Math Talks
Resource to help students learn how to engage in
Student Math Talk Quick Reference
Math Talk Question Cards
How To Set-Up A Number Talk Wall
Building Math Vocabulary
The Frayer Model
Mini-Lesson for Math Vocabulary
Mini-Lesson Idea: Analyzing Math Mistakes
Students can work independently or with peers on their
Math Vocabulary Notebooks.
Set-Up A Math Strategies Board
Visual resource for students
Great classroom resource for students
Math Anchor Chart Inspiration
Here are some inspiring quotes to share
with your students during math!
Include in a PowerPoint or Print & Post
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