Literature-based activities integrating mathematics with other content areas, grades 6-8
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Literature-based activities integrating mathematics with other content areas, grades 6-8 by Robin A. Ward

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Published by Allyn and Bacon in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- United States.,
  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- Activity programs -- United States.,
  • Literature in mathematics education.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Robin A. Ward.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA135.6 .W359 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 228 p. :
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20640173M
ISBN 10020552916X
ISBN 109780205529162
LC Control Number2008530709

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Volume One of Literature-Based Activities for Integrating Mathematics with Other Content Areas introduces the rationale for and the research that supports using literature to teach mathematics, and other content areas, as well as the importance and benefits of teaching in an integrated fashion. Robin Ward provides the context and background. Literature-Based Activities Integrating Mathematics with Other Content Areas: Grades K-2 By Robin A. Ward In a three-volume series by grade level, author Robin Ward provides easy-to-implement, literature-based activities that integrate standards-based content from science, social studies, and the arts with standards-based elementary math content. allows students to effectively form and communicate ideas in math and other subjects (Hellwig et al., ). Whitin and Wilde () illustrated this point with the trade book The King’s Chessboard (Birch, ). Once the story was read and the concept of continued doubling learned, students asked their parents for a meager, incessantly doubling. Volume Two of Literature-Based Activities for Integrating Mathematics with Other Content Areas introduces the rationale for and the research that supports using literature to teach mathematics, and other content areas, as well as the importance and benefits of teaching in an integrated fashion. Robin Ward provides the context and background teachers so often need to successfully implement each activity .