Reveal Math 6–8:
A Middle School Math Curriculum
Reveal the Power of Mathematics
The principles of Reveal Math™ derive from the latest research on how students learn best—through productive struggle, rich tasks, and mathematical discourse. Reveal Math empowers educators to uncover the mathematician in every middle school student through powerful explorations, rich technology, and timely and insightful differentiation opportunities. The unique approach of Reveal Math ensures students don’t just meet the standards, they master them.
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Components for Reveal Math 6–8
Spanish Language Components
Meet the needs of English learners with a complete suite of resources to build English proficiency.
Spanish Interactive Student Editions
A Spanish version of the print interactive student edition is available for each course.
Language Development Handbooks
The student edition of this handbook includes word cards, vocabulary squares, three-column charts with English/Spanish cognates, definition maps, concept webs, and Dinah Zike’s Visual Kinesthetic Vocabulary Cards.
The teacher edition of the handbook includes English learner instructional strategies, leveled activities for English language development, and multicultural teacher tips.
Additional resources include personal tutors in Spanish, a multilingual eGlossary, and ALEKS® bilingual courses in Spanish.
How Our Middle School Math Curriculum is Designed
Middle school students reveal their natural curiosity about mathematics through exploration, discovery, and a math-positive student mindset. Encourage questions, not just answers, so our young mathematicians can tackle the biggest problems of tomorrow.
Teachers use insightful instruction to uncover misconceptions and learning gaps that reveal understanding for all learners in grades 6–8. Deepen understanding with guided instructional prompts that allow middle school teachers to be the orchestrators of student learning.
An active classroom can address diverse needs with flexible solutions. Bring math to life for every middle school student with interactive technology and timely differentiation.