In this workshop, we will present some learning activities that can help students consolidate reading strategies.
By the end of the workshop, you will…
– Be able to recognize different types of text used in complex tasks and their characteristics.
– Be able to use differentiation learning tools to support student challenges in math literacy.
– Have reading strategies to apply in the teaching of complex task.
Presented by: Vanessa Boily and Micheline Ammar
Collaborator: Giovanna Salvagio
By clicking on the hyperlink of one of the points in the table below, you will be redirected to the precise moment of the recording when this point was discussed.
Change in the DED for courses 4273, 5163 and 5173
Reading and complex tasks
Statement of a Problem
Characteristics of a written problem statement
The instruction in the problem statement
Understanding a problem statement
Types of reading of a problem statement
Cognitive skills involved in problem-solving
The Aviary activity (CCBE)
Reading Strategies in Mathematics (Macceca et Brummer)
Observable behaviours of effective readers
4 profiles of readers in action
Teachers who care about reading skills…
The use of text structure
– Task 3: Home Cinema!
– Task 4: Lepage Road
Types of texts
Inclusion in mathematics at the CONTENT level
Reading strategies to develop
To consolidate reading strategies…
Progression of activities to consolidate reading strategies
Section 1 – Recognize a problem statement; Start a glossary of polysemous words
Section 2 – Associate a statement with its question
Section 3 – Invent a question to a statement; Invent several questions to a statement; Find the intermediate question
Section 4 – Write the answer to a solved problem; Write the statement for a given calculation
Section 5 – Reconstruct a disordered statement; Reconstruct several statements from their separate and mixed elements
Section 6 – Finding missing data; Complete a missing statement; Distinguish between useful and useless data
Section 7 – Reduce a statement by removing unnecessary information; Order the steps of a solution