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Making Words Count: Writing Across the Curriculum and Beyond

Writing is a form of expression. In educational settings, too often the curriculum leaves writing assignments up to the ELAR/ELA/Literacy teacher.  This narrative needs to change. Good teaching and effective, inclusive lessons should span across subject areas.

If you are visiting this page, you have either attended one of my presentations or are just curious about math and literacy cross-curricular connections. Please view the resources below, as well as visit my previous presentation that focused on reflective writing and spanned writing prompts across all core subjects and electives titled, “Write Away: Writing Across the Curriculum and Beyond“.

Session Handout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19dNvAh2ET_Yiqe-X3BJgliu1G8KT46RB/view?usp=sharing

Access Slideshow:

Additional Resources:

Article, Childs, K. (2020) “Write Away: Writing Across the Curriculum and Beyond ” Texas Association for Literacy Education Yearbook, Volume 7: Leap into Literacy pgs. 44-48
©2020 Texas Association for Literacy Education
ISSN: 2374-0590 online

WAC (Writing Across the Curriculum) by Executive Board of the Michigan Council for Teachers of Mathematics: https://www.esc19.net/cms/lib/TX01933775/Centricity/Domain/91/Writing_to_Learn_Mathematics_306722_7.pdf

Writing Across the Mathematics Curriculum: https://wac.colostate.edu/journal/vol1/estes.pdf

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