Use these sample language frames from* Visible Learning for Mathematics, Grades K-12,* in your mathematics class to guide your students to deeper understanding through a thorough explanation of their process.

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Sample Language Frames for Mathematics

Use these sample language frames from* Visible Learning for Mathematics, Grades K-12,* in your mathematics class to guide your students to deeper understanding through a thorough explanation of their process.

Accountable Talk Moves in Mathematics

Use these accountable talk moves from *Visible Learning for Mathematics, Grades K-12*, to constructively challenge your students' conclusions and misconceptions.

Establishing Norms for Mathematical Argumentation

*"In the past, and even many classrooms today, a math class involved the teacher presenting a lesson, then students practicing the procedures therein, and the teacher correcting students along the way. But things are changing!"*

Read more from Teresa Lara-Meloy, author of *Mathematical Argumentation in Middle School-The What, Why, and How*, on Corwin Connect.

Funneling and Focusing Questions in Mathematics

This excerpt from *Visible Learning for Mathematics, Grades K-12*, provides example questions that teachers can use to check for understanding—a crucial aspect of visible learning.

Webinar: Teaching Mathematics in the Visible Learning Classroom

Learn the strategies that build conceptual understanding of mathematical ideas and problem solving to help students demonstrate more than a year's worth of growth for every year spent in school. John Almarode and Kateri Thunder, authors of *Teaching Mathematics in the Visible Learning Classroom*, *Grades K-2* and *Grades 3-5*, help participants learn how. By using the right approach at the right time you can design classroom experiences that maximize mathematics learning.

Improv Games to Engage Students in Mathematical Discussions

*"In our work, we help teachers support rich, inclusive mathematical discussions among all students. For these discussions to happen, a classroom culture must be developed based on what are often new norms for mathematics class: that students should listen to each other, not just the teacher; that mistakes are OK, even welcomed, as students search for mathematical truth together. New norms take time and deliberate effort to develop." *

Read more from Jennifer Knudsen, author of *Mathematical Argumentation in Middle School-The What, Why, and How*, on Corwin Connect.

Webinar: The Opportunity of a Wrong Answer in K-8 Mathematics

Learn from John SanGiovanni, author of *Mine the Gap for Mathematical Understanding, Grades 3-5*, the specific actions that teachers can take to close the gaps in student understanding of mathematics.

Constructing Learning Intentions and Success Criteria for Mathematics

In this sample excerpt from *The Mathematics Lesson-Planning Handbook, Grades 6-8,* learn how to construct your own learning intentions and success criterias for your mathematics lesson plans. These intentions help students take ownership of their learning.

Webinar: Your Mathematics Formative Assessment Game Plan

Join Francis "Skip" Fennell, author of *The Formative 5,* as he unpacks teacher and classroom-tested mathematics formative assessment techniques that have a big impact on student learning.

We Reason & We Prove for ALL Mathematics Chapter 1: Setting the Stage

This chapter from *We Reason & We Prove for ALL Mathematics, "*Setting the Stage," will help students engage in mathematical activities that emphasize reasoning, justifying, and proving.

3 Ways to Increase High School Students’ Engagement in Math

"Has this ever happened to you?

*'My lecture went perfectly! I worked the sample problems. I could tell the students really understood the material.'*

The next day:* 'I don’t know what went wrong! I thought all my students understood what I went over yesterday...'* "

Read more from Frederick Dillon, author of *Your Mathematics Standards Companion, High School*, and *The Common Core Mathematics Companion: The Standards Decoded, High School*, on Corwin Connect.

Ratios and Proportional Relationships Lesson

Using this lesson from *The Common Core Mathematics Companion, 6-8*, students analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve real-world and mathematical problems (Secondary).