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Tag Archives: language learners
The Garden Problem
For the beginning of the school year I wanted a short module to review and extend ideas about linear functions. Simultaneously the module should involve students in working together and looking for patterns. Well I found something that worked pretty … Continue reading
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Tagged group work, language learners, linear, patterns, problem solving
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November slump
I’m in a slump. Need evidence? Unusual amount of prodding needed to start work — check. Straggling late students — check. A student asked me if I’m so good at math, why didn’t I become a engineer or a mathematician, … Continue reading