Mathography Assignment Help

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Use this in the beginning of the school year to purposefully understand your students as
experienced learners.

This resource contains one “Mathography” activity for students to complete by responding to 3 sections of prompts.

1. What are your talents, interests, & Hobbies? What life experiences are most important to you? What goals and dreams do you have? Who do you look up to and why?

2. How would your parents or teachers describe you as a student? How have they helped you succeed in school? What kinds of activities do you find fun? What frustrates you? Which subjects are you most excited about? Explain your own opinion of homework. What are some things that teachers do that annoy you?

3. Describe your most memorable moment in math and explain why you remember it. What makes a good math teacher? What makes a good math student? When and where are you using math outside of school? Do you think you will need math in your future career and adult life? Explain how.

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A Mathography is a lot like your life history except that it is focussed on mathematics in your life.

You will write three paragraphs about yourself. This will help your teacher and others to get to know you as an individual. It should address these three general topics: you, you as a student, and you as a math student. Remember to use complete sentences and make sure your work is legible. The final draft should be typed. Read below to guide your writing.

Components:

Paragraph 1: YOU

Introduce yourself, using the name you like to be called. What languages do you speak? Describe your hobbies, talents, and interests. State your goals or dreams. What are you proud of? What else would you like to share?

Paragraph 2: YOU AS A STUDENT

Describe the importance of school in your life. Describe yourself as a student. In what subjects are you most successful? In what kinds of classroom activities do you excel? What kinds of activities do you find frustrating? Do you prefer to work in groups or do things alone? Explain which subjects is/are your favorite(s). Tell why you like it (them). How regularly do you finish in-class assignments? How faithfully do you do your homework?

Paragraph 3: YOU AS A MATH STUDENT

Describe two most memorable moments in math, one positive and one negative, and explain why you remember them. State your favorite math topic. Name your least favorite. Explain how you feel about math this year. What grade do you expect to earn in this class? What are you still trying to improve?

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