This chapter outlines ten meaningful, engaging and rigorous routines teachers can implement in their classroom to teach students specialized vocabulary.
“Math vocabulary is inextricably bound to students’ conceptual understanding of mathematics," if students don’t understand the words, then they won’t understand the concepts. Taking this into account, teachers should try to do math vocabulary energizers at least once a week to provide students with multiple opportunities to practice the words through writing, games, and talking.
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"Vocabulary Energizers: Ten Ways to Get Started" from Daily Math Thinking Routines in Action by Nicki Newton