A Great Vocabulary Powerpoint

Posted on July 18, 2011. Filed under: Elementary math, Math is a Language, Mathematical Proficiency | Tags: , , , , , , |

Here is a great vocabulary powerpoint that really illustrates how complicated math vocabulary can be!


Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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4 Responses to “A Great Vocabulary Powerpoint”

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Hi Dr. Nicki,

This powerpoint is a valuable resource if teachers need to be convinced why they should teach math vocabulary and build math word walls. The most notable confusion I have experienced is the “area” and “perimeter” switch. The students need to see plenty of examples and the teacher needs to model the appropriate use of the terminology. This resource also strengthens the link between good reading strategies and how they relate to math. Thanks.

You welcome. Also, you know in those visual vocabulary cards — the area and perimeter ones provide great visual clues!

yes. Good post.

hy, we fellow bloggers mathematics. Can you put my link in the blogroll? I already plug your link in the sidebar titled “vengeance math blog friends”

Yes I will add you to my blogroll! Happy Math Blogging!

Dr. Nicki

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