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Math Is Language Too: Talking and Writing in the Mathematics Classroom

by David Whitin and Phyllis Whitin

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Math Is Language Too: Talking and Writing in the Mathematics Classroom

Grades 3 – 6
Type Book
Pages 105
Published February 2000
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

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Replete with children's stories and illustrations, Math Is Language Too looks at children as sense-makers, storytellers, language creators, and problem-posers.

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Whitin, Phyllis, and David Whitin. 2000. Math Is Language Too: Talking and Writing in the Mathematics Classroom. Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 

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