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Mathematics & Writing A Perfect Pair!. Dr. Cynthia Thomas [email protected] University of Pretoria – Dept. of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. Class Discussion. Think individually Jot down thoughts Small group Share thoughts with group Choose most important idea

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Mathematics writing a perfect pair

Mathematics & WritingA Perfect Pair!

Dr. Cynthia Thomas

[email protected]

University of Pretoria – Dept. of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics


Class discussion
Class Discussion

  • Think individually

    • Jot down thoughts

  • Small group

    • Share thoughts with group

  • Choose most important idea

    • Be prepared to share with class



  • Answer a question

    • What properties do all triangles have?

    • What does it mean to solve an equation?

    • What does subtraction mean?

    • What is most important to understand about fractions.

    • dreaded E word




5 point paragraphs
5 point paragraphs

  • 1 point – opening sentence

  • 3 points – supporting details

  • 1 point – closing sentence


Attitudes and feelings
Attitudes and Feelings

Reflect on your participation in class today and complete the following statements:

  • I learned that I...

  • I was surprised that I...

  • I noticed that I...

  • I discovered that I...

  • I was pleased that I...



Twenty five black socks and 25 white socks are in a drawer. The lights are off so you can’t see the colors.

1.)How many socks do you have to draw out to

insure you have a matching pair?

2.) How many do you have to draw out to

insure you have a black pair?



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