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Standards for Mathematical Practices 4&5 MP 4 Model with Mathematics MP 5 Use Tools Strategically Elementary Math December Moving Forward… Learning Goals Identify how students will develop and demonstrate Practices 4 & 5 in their work and discussions Success Criteria Create a plan on how you will integrate Standards for Mathematical Practices 4&5 4d Mathematical Practices Mathematical practices describe the habits of mind of mathematically proficient students. In your classroom, Who is doing the talking? Who is doing the thinking? Who is doing the math? What Do These Careers Require Each Of Them To Do Before They Have A Final Product? Engineer Fashion Designer Where Can You Obtain Background Knowledge For Modeling Your Thinking? Turn to the following page in your Teacher Edition: K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Page Page Page Page Page Page 165E 181E 241E 207E 265E 277E 1a, 1d How Can You Engage Your Students In Modeling with Mathematics? Create a class list of math strategies and add to the list as you add new strategies. Through questioning allow students opportunities to explore and explain their thinking. 3c,e How Could You Use ELA Strategies To Model Your Thinking in Mathematics? Use think aloud strategies Approach problem solving as a close read Break the problem apart and model each step during direct instruction Scaffold your questioning to reach all advanced learners 1a, 3a,b, e What Types of Math Tools Do Your Students Have Access to When Modeling in Mathematics? Brainstorm a list of 5 manipulatives students have access to and how students will use them during math instruction. 2c Why Should Students Use Tools In The Mathematics Classroom? Manipulatives give more freedom to move and get physically involved in solving math problems Manipulatives reach a wider range of learners Manipulatives provide more student engagement Discussions about manipulatives build communication skills 3c Reflection How can you ensure that manipulatives/tools are accessible to all students? 4a