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Wednesday, March 24 • 4:00pm - 4:40pm
Becoming Math-Lingual: Improving English Learners Mathematical Knowledge with Evidence-based Instructional Approaches and Strategies

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The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Mathematic adopted in 2013 placed new communicative demands on students that require the application of English language competencies for demonstrating mathematical proficiency. This presentation focuses on evidence-based instructional approaches and strategies for English Learners to improve their mathematical performance in a Spanish language dual immersion classroom. Special attention to the close relationship between language and math is discussed by examining vocabulary strategies and improvements in math performance on summative tests.

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Trini Lewis

Associate Professor, CSU Long Beach
Trini Lewis has a doctorate in literacy and language development from Boston University.  She joined CSULB in 2003 and teaches literacy courses in the elementary and secondary school credential programs. She also coordinates and teaches in the Master of Arts in Education degree program... Read More →
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Jennifer Núñez

1st grade dual language teacher, South Whittier SD
My name is Jennifer Nuñez and I am a first grade Spanish Dual Language Immersion teacher at South Whittier School District. I previously taught dual language at Pasadena Unified School District for three years. I was born in Los Angeles to parents who were raised in Oaxaca, Mexico... Read More →

Wednesday March 24, 2021 4:00pm - 4:40pm PDT
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