Guided Math: Environment of Numeracy and Math Warm-Ups

Guided Math: Environment of Numeracy and Math Warm-Ups

Guided Math: Environment of Numeracy and Math Warm-Ups August 10, 2012 Do things better than they have ever been done before. Goals for Today A deeper look at 2 Components of Guided Math: Environment of Numeracy and Using Math Warm-Ups Environment of Numeracy: what you should expect to see as a coach and what environmental supports are present to get students to think mathematically.

Math Warm-Ups: using Math Stretches and Calendar Activities to support rigor and mastery for the young mathematician. Guided Math The Ol Switcheroo! Lets play an Environmentally Friendly Team Builder Game Reflection Time Write your name on your journal For grade, indicate you are the Mathematician at your home campus. Turn the page to Journal Entry #2 Answer your prompt

7 Instructional Components of a Guided Math Framework A classroom Morning Whole Math environment of Class Warm-Ups & Calendar Instructio Numeracy Board n

A classroom environme nt of Numeracy Activities Guided Math Instructio n with Small Groups Morning Math WarmMath Ongoing

Individual Assessmen Worksho Ups & Calendar Conference t p Board Activities -Manipulatives -Tools for Measuring -Problems of the Day Problems of the Week -Class made charts Classroom

Environment of Numeracy -Math Journals -Word Wall -Graphic Organizers -Vocabulary Displays -Math Connections -Math Related (other content areas) Literature Guided Math-Laney Sammons Book Study Time Chapter 2: Using GM to Create a Classroom Environment of Numeracy Step 1: Preview Activity/Read and Reply

On your own please answer the 2 questions posed. As a table group, create a T-Chart using Chart Paper. Please post-it up when you are done Use the ideas from the Read and Reply section Step 2: Gallery Walk 3 Green Dots for things that are a GO at your campus 3 Red Dots for things that you could use more support on Classroom of Numeracy Classroom Environm ent

Numeracy Rich Environm ent Classroom of Numeracy Mathematici an Friendly Organized Numeracy rich Social process Student responsibilit y

Constructive process Arrangement : Math Alcoves Rationale Guidelines Visuals CSCOPE connection Kagan/Tate/Brain Compatible strategy or structure Numeracy Rich

Environment: Math Journals Rationale Guidelines Visuals CSCOPE connection Kagan/Tate/Brain Compatible strategy or structure Make-n-Take Time Rationale Guidelines Visuals CSCOPE connection

Kagan/Tate/Brain Compatible strategy or structure SCE-I Coach Playbook 1.Home Area 2.Large group meeting area 3.Small group area 4.Workshop area 5.Manipulatives storage 6.Calendars or agendas

7.Manipulatives 8.Problem of the Day 9.Word Walls 10.Graphic Organizers Lunch Time!! 7 Instructional Components of a Guided Math Framework A classroom Morning Whole Math environment of

Class Warm-Ups & Calendar Instructio Numeracy Board n A classroom environme nt of Numeracy Activities Guided Math

Instructio n with Small Groups Morning Math WarmMath Ongoing Individual Assessmen Worksho Ups & Calendar Conference t p Board Activities

Participating in a variety of brief mathematical activitiesleads students to make subtle mental shift into the world of mathematical awareness and learning. (p.68) Math warm-ups should be quick and later discussed by

the class. Math WarmUps Math Stretch es Calend ar Board Math Stretches Data Collection and Analysis Olympic Charts and Graphs Discussion and Journals Types of Discussion (p. 77)

Number of the Day Whats Next Family Math How did you use Math last night _____ makes me think of _____ Current Events IFD Study Using an IFD, create math stretches that can be used through-out the unit. How would you support your teachers on using Math Stretches appropriately? How can Math Stretches be differentiated? At-Risk Tier 2

Tier 3 LEP GT SPED Math Stretch Data Collection and Analysis Discussion and Journal Entry Number of the Day Whats Next Family Math ___ makes me think of ____ Current Events Other Unit ____ / Grade ____ / DI _____

Math Warm-Ups: Calendar Board A daily, 10-15 minute math activity that can preview, reinforce or review math concepts Allows teachers to offer consistent, daily learning opportunities Students are actively engaged in continuous learning process Provides visual models to help address the need for differentiation Fosters the growth of mathematical thinking and use of academic language Variety of TARGETED Student Expectations can be included in the Calendar Board Lesson Math Warm-Ups: Calendar

Board Preview: This allows students to gain prior knowledge of a Review: This time concept before it also offers is actually teachers a time to introduced, and briefly revisit gives an previously taught opportunity to concepts and present relevant skills on a regular

vocabulary. (Only basis preview concepts that are 1-2 weeks Reinforce: Use ahead) the Calendar to reinforce current SEs that are being taught in the unit of study Make-n-Take Time: Create a Calendar Board How can we best support teachers with the concept of Calendar Board aligned to the TEKS and CSCOPE pacing? Use your Math IFD (Units 1-2) to focus on

some SEs that you can address during calendar time. 2. Use your envelope of calendar resources to determine what activities you will embed into your calendar board (*each segment must be aligned to an SE). 3. Be as creative and intentional as possible 4. We will present by grade level and create a Master K-5 Calendar Book. 1. Closing Math Journal Entry #3 SCE-I Evaluation Q and A

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