Everything said below - plus including group work/projects that require a write up about the process and what they learned. Finding relevant articles from science journals/newspaper for reading activities. Having students read word problems out loud. Have students write their own word problems (making this a contest and picking a few to be on a test as the reward can be really motivating).
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Do you have math journals? Students use their journals when solving daily word problems to try to solve the problem, record how they solve it, and then they explain their method.
Highlight the text or mark the text. Writing a reflection after each lesson with complete sentences. When answering a word problem, make sure they incorporate the question into the answer.
There's so much you can do with reading and writing in mathematics! Take a look.
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