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The Writing and Reading Activities for Math Problem Solving (WRAMPS) is a nine-step process that requires students to break a word problem into small pieces by using reading and writing strategies. Students then work collaboratively and concentrate on language decoding and comprehension. Geraldine and Sammi, two students at Pasadena City College, work together using Writing and Reading Activities for Math Problem Solving activities to solve situational (“word”) problem exercises. Status: Worth A First Look Recommender: Tom Carey, University of Waterloo Notes: includes Instructor Reflections, Student Reflections, Sample Student Work
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