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I am interested in finding teachers who integrate English Composition and Math in classroom assignments or in exams. I have been evaluating word problems from text books. I have found them lacking in clarity. More important, my fellow students at the university I attend, can read word problems but few can write or create a word problem in clear English. Most fellow students (math majors) do not want the added burden of writing in a math course. However, it appears to me that language and Mathematics are inseparable. I have also noticed, by visiting various college Math sites, that some Math departments are requiring students to write a 500 word composition. Only if the student writes a passable composition is the student allowed to register for that class. I would like to hear from those of you who have an opinion on this matter.
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