Where do we see math in everyday life? How do teachers bring those real world connections into the classroom? In this workshop, learn how to write fun math monologues where a character with a big personality frustratedly tries to figure out the math they need to solve a real-world problem. You will be able to lead your whole class in rehearsal of your math monologue, have clear guidelines on how to choose performers, and ensure everyone in class has multiple opportunities to go through the process of solving equations with imagination, movement, and emotion. Your students will enjoy performing your math monologues so much, they’ll soon ask to write and perform their own.

60 minute demo lesson: $300

Students watch a math monologue performed by the teacher, whole class rehearsal. Select performers brought onstage. Students and teacher give feedback on expression and how math was incorporated into monologue.

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60 minute strategy session: $300

 

Learn how to turn a math problem into a math monologue with personality and stage directions.

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90 minute workshop: $350

 

 

Learn how to:

  • turn a math problem into a math monologue with personality and stage directions.
  • lead whole class in rehearsal.
  • give guidelines for student performances.

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120-180 minute workshop: $500

 

Learn how to:

  • turn a math problem into a math monologue with personality and stage directions.
  • lead whole class in rehearsal.
  • give guidelines and feedback for student performances.
  • teach students to write their own math monologues.

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Teaching Artist

Aminisha Ferdinand

Art Forms

Theater Arts

Grade Levels

3–5
6–8
PreK–2

Subjects

Math