Many Ka6 teachers--and students--still think of mathematics as a totally separate subject from literacy. Yet incorporating math content into the language arts block helps students gain skills for reading many kinds of texts. And bringing reading, writing, and talking into the math classroom supports the development of conceptual knowledge and problem solving, in addition to computational skills. This invaluable book thoroughly explains integrated instruction and gives teachers the tools to make it a reality. Grounded in current best practices for both language arts and math, the book includes planning advice, learning activities, assessment strategies, reproducibles, and resources, plus a wealth of examples from actual classrooms.Then in reading class Carole made the anchor chart in Figure 5.5 to show strategies the class has been practicing for various genres. As Carole added the a Math ... Genre Strategy Fantasy Identify elements of fantasy and reality Information.
|Title||:||Integrating Literacy and Math|
|Author||:||Ellen Fogelberg, Carole Skalinder, Patti Satz, Barbara Hiller, Lisa Bernstein, Sandra Vitantonio|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Publications - 2013-10-15|