Integrating Literature: A Novel Idea!

Theoni Soublis Smyth
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Reading literature in mathematics classrooms helps students better comprehend word problems, expand their mathematical vocabulary, and hone their critical thinking skills.

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Theoni Soublis Smyth,, is an associate professor at the University of Tampa. Her research interests include reading and writing across the curriculum, educational technology, and secondary school methods of instruction.

Brandie Waid,, a graduate of the University of Tampa, teaches algebra at Lake Wales High School in Lake Wales, Florida. She is interested in finding creative approaches to making mathematics come alive in her classroom.

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