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Combining Literacy and Math Skills Through Thinking Logs (Video)

Kris Carey, a dual language teacher in Waukesha, Wis., uses thinking logs in her 5th-grade math lessons—a practice that is especially effective for English-language learners, she says. Thinking logs incorporate both literacy and math skills by asking students to write complete sentences explaining how they solved an equation and arrived at a solution. 

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