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More great sentence stems to help guide students through conversation before they turn into arguments.

Doing Math the Routty Way: Engaging Activities from A to Z (Day 14)

Open-ended Math Talk Questions- “Questioning is a powerful instructional strategy.” Creating a classroom where students are able to effectively use math talk during a classroom dis…

By Gladis Kersaint - 100 questions from a mathematics expert to help promote mathematical thinking and discourse in the classroom.

Asking better questions can open new doors for students, promoting mathematical thinking and classroom discourse. To help you encourage deeper discussions, here are 100 questions to incorporate into your instruction.

Accountable Talk Moves Poster

This poster is approximately x and includes sentences starters for accountable talk in the classroom.

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story...

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story. Accountable Talk anchor chart I love the images to match the phrase!

The students in fourth grade use this chart to help them have a "Math Talk." The students are reminded to repeat what has been shared during the discussion. Then they state their opinion and explain why they are thinking that way. Other members of the class are encouraged to add on to the conversation. Finally, the students are encouraged to wait. The wait is a time for them to stop and THINK.

Math Talk Anchor Chart - Here's a nice chart to help students understand ways to participate in math talk.

Students also have these conversational moves on a bookmark that they keep in their books.

Conversational Moves Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud discussions. I called it Read a Loud Sentence starters--and all my students loved it on Day It helps them so much with the "complete sentence" mantra we have been pushing them towards.