Math in the News: Making Connections--Text-to-Text--Animals Can Do Math

Math in the News: Making Connections--Text-to-Text--Animals Can Do Math
Math in the News: Making Connections--Text-to-Text--Animals Can Do Math
Math in the News: Making Connections--Text-to-Text--Animals Can Do Math
Math in the News: Making Connections--Text-to-Text--Animals Can Do Math
Math in the News: Making Connections--Text-to-Text--Animals Can Do Math
Math in the News: Making Connections--Text-to-Text--Animals Can Do Math
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  1. This resource includes a news article, questions for students to answer and an author's purpose template. This resource includes an article regarding various animals and their use of mathematics. The author's purpose template provides students a template to fill out as they find the purpose for th
  2. This math article discusses how animals can "almost" do math. The article discusses scientific studies on animals that will choose a higher quantity of items and greater ratios. This article comes with questions based on the article. This resource is great for incorporating reading informational t
  3. This resource was designed to give students a template for making text-to-text connections between two news articles. It could be used to compare two articles within any subject area. It could also be used to make connections with one article using the following reading strategies: text-to-text,
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This resource was created to give students the opportunity to compare two Math in the News articles. The students will read two math articles and make connections between them. Each Math in the News Article activities include its own set of questions and activities as well.

I have included a template to look for similarities and differences between the two articles. I have also included a template for students to make text-to-text, text-to-self, text-to world and text-to-mathematics or science connections. There is also a worksheet with a description of each of these on the back. It includes questions the students can ask themselves to guide them through their connections.

This is a great resource for students to work on their reading strategies in their math class. It is a great resource for students to connect mathematics to the real world.

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Analyze how a text makes connections among and distinctions between individuals, ideas, or events (e.g., through comparisons, analogies, or categories).
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