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Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
This study presents an emerging framework of teaching moves for teaching mathematics in a DLBE classroom. Our preliminary findings indicate how the teacher in our study uses language during mathematics instruction to a) support the development of conceptual understanding, b) create opportunities for cross-linguistic connections, and c) create opportunities to support bilingual students’ linguistic and mathematical understanding.
Krause, Gladys and Barko-Alva, Katherine, Language and Mathematics: Questioning Strategies in a Dual Language Bilingual Education Classroom (2019).
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