Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks

Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
Which One Doesn't Belong - Differentiated Sentence Frames for Math Talks
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What's Included

Four levels of math talks sentence frames (pre-lit, beginner, intermediate, and advanced) in three different formats (color handout, black/white handout, cut-apart black/white). These sentence frames help English learners to compose spoken and written responses for Which One Doesn't Belong activity sets.

Sentence frame by language level:

Foundational/Pre-Lit:

(Drawing box) This is my picture of which one doesn't belong.

Beginning:

_______ doesn’t belong because   _____________.

Intermediate:

The picture with _______   doesn’t belong because it _________ but the other pictures_________.

Advanced:

The problem showing _______doesn’t belong because _________but the other problems ____________.

The Why Behind the Worksheet

During math talks, many students who are continuing to develop academic English benefit from using sentence frames to help structure their spoken and written responses.

These simple sentence frames at four different levels (pre-lit through advanced) can be used in multiple ways and for multiple purposes during math talks. Even beginner English learners with no oral language or writing skills can participate in rigorous mathematical thinking by using the picture recording page to document their reasoning.

Instructors can utilize this resource to:

  • Accompany any projected image of a traditional four square Which One Doesn’t Belong set to help students structure their responses and explain their reasoning
  • Match up with a Which One Doesn't Belong set with one-to-one correspondence (upper left square on writing frame explains upper left box of the set.) Using this method helps a teacher efficiently identify commonalities, trends, and challenges for students with a particular set.
  • Have students record any four reasons why any particular item in the set doesn’t belong
  • Create exit tickets / entrance tickets to check on student understanding (using the cut-apart pages).
  • Supplement a math writing station activity by simply pulling any Which One Doesn't Belong set along with the appropriate level sentence frames
  • Help differentiate math talks by giving selected students specific level cards for exit slips or station work.
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14 pages
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