Often students in a math class feel hesitant about expressing their point of view about the subject -- and these attitudes may emerge more easily via a writing assignment. A writing format that many students respond to easily is an acrostic poem. Such a poem is obtained by first selecting a relevant math term -- perhaps INTEGER or ADDITION or EXPONENT or . . . and using each of its letters as the first letter of a line of poetry. Here is a brief sample using MATH -- one of many examples I found as the result of an internet search using the terms "acrostic poem on mathematics".
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