Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Mathematics, Grades 6-8

Un libro in lingua di Gottlieb Margo (EDT) Ernst-slavit Gisela (EDT) Moschkovich Judit N. (FRW) edito da Corwin Pr, 2013

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Gottlieb (education research, U. of Wisconsin-Madison) and Ernst-Slavit (education, Washington State U. Vancouver) show teachers how to integrate academic language into diverse middle school math classrooms. They examine the language of math and the role of academic language in the Standards for Mathematical Practice of the Common Core State Standards, then present a curricular framework for standards-referenced instruction and assessment, which integrates content and academic language across curricular planning, implementation, and reflection. They present a chart of the major math domains from the Common Core State Standards with examples of associated academic language, then provide case studies of various grade-level classrooms and topics (contributed by teachers and education scholars from the US): geometry in a dual immersion sixth grade class, ratios and proportions in a seventh grade class in a mostly white suburban middle school, and a unit on similarity and congruence for eighth graders in an ethnically diverse urban middle school. Cases incorporate information on standards, linguistic and cultural resources, instructional supports, activities and tasks, differentiated language objectives, and assessment. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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