How i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Supports Multilingual Language Learners

Asset-Based Philosophy

Ensuring equity for Multilingual Language Learners begins with a mindset that reflects an Asset-Based Philosophy, a focus on diverse learners and listening and learning to make us better.
Glossary items in multiple languages.
Multilingual Glossary: Connecting Math and our Communities
Glossary terms for each grade are available in Arabic, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu and Vietnamese.
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Integrate Language and Mathematics
To help students use academic language to learn, the Try–Discuss–Connect routine provides opportunities to incorporate language routines, teacher moves, and tips for engaging students in mathematical discourse.
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Support for Language, Discourse, Community, and Culture
i-Ready Classroom Mathematics recognizes the linguistic and cultural assets that all students, especially English Learners, bring to the classroom. Leveraging students' background knowledge, experiences, and insights can enrich the classroom culture and be built upon for academic success.

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