
A STATISTICAL STUDY ON THE LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET or How to Win on “The Wheel of Fortune”
Statistics and probability play an important
part in our lives and are particularly useful in
helping us make wise decisions. This exercise will help
the students see that there are mathematical rules
that can effect even our use of the English language.GRADES/SUBJECT: Appropriate for Grades 7 though 12.
Mathematics and English language.PURPOSE: This exercise reenforces the value of
statistical research and provides an interesting view
of the way people write. 
Thanx Alison for sharing!

What does it mean to be mathematically literate (pdf)
Arnold Brombacher’s powerpoint with some examples of waht it measn to be mathemetically literate. This is also a good resource to use when doing parent advocacy

Use this free, interactive tutorial to improve your Internet research skills: Tour the best of the web for mathematics. Discover how to search the internet effectively. Judge which websites are worth using….
 Use this free, interactive tutorial to improve your Internet research skills: Tour the best of the web for mathematics. Discover how to search the internet effectively. Judge which websites are worth using…. – By Maggie Verster

What is mathematical literacy? (pdf)
What is mathematical literacy? To answer this question we must look at the meaning of literacy in general. In the narrowest sense, literacy refers to the ability to read, write, speak, and use language

DOE 2008 trial papers+Memos – Maths Literacy Teacher’s Network

Cartoon assignment – Scale, ratio and proportion
This cartoon project is a fun activity that allows students to apply their knowledge of ratio and proportion and scale drawings
 This cartoon project is a fun activity that allows students to apply their knowledge of ratio and proportion. – By Maggie Verster
Posted from Diigo. The rest of ML 123 group favorite links are here.
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