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```Milwaukee Public Schools:
Math Intervention Ideas
March 8, 2013
Presented by ACM:
Sean Goldner
WHAT I HOPE TO PROVIDE:
Learning Intention:
We will explore and use materials to assist teachers in
creating interventions to use in classrooms which
target intervention focus standards.
Success Criteria:
We will be successful when we develop and create
tools that can be shared with teachers in our building
to enhance their intervention block which will focus
on explicit teacher lead intervention instruction.
MPS CCSSM RTI INTERVENTION FOCUS STANDARDS (K-12) (5/29/12)
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HS
Counting &
Cardinality
K.CC.4.a,b,c
Number and
Operations in Base
1.NBT2a,b,c
Ten
Ratios and Proportional Relationships
.NBT.1a,b
2.NBT.5
2.NBT.7
3.NBT.2
3.NBT.3
K.NBT.1
Number &
Operations –
Fractions
3.NF.1
3.NF.2
3.NF.3
Operations &
Algebraic
Thinking
4.NBT.5 5.NBT.6^ 6.RP.1
6.RP.2
6.RP.3a,b
Number & Quantity
7.RP.2,
a,b,c,d
7.RP.3
The Number System
4.NF.1 5.NF.1
4.NF.2 5.NF.3
4.NF.3 5.NF.4
4.NF.4
Expressions and Equations
1.OA.6
K.OA.4
2.OA.2
2.OA.3
2.OA.4
2.OA.4*
3.OA.3*
3.OA.4^
4.OA.2*
(4.OA.3)
^
(4.OA.3)
(4.OA.1r
p)
8.EE.5
8.EE.6
Functions
Measurement and Data
Functions
Geometry
8.G.5
8.G.6
8.G.7
8.G.8
Geometry
2.G.3
Algebra
9-12* in progress
3.G.2
Statistics and Probability
Statistics &
Probability
Key: Red K-2 focus, Blue 3-5 focus, Purple 6-8 focus, Black 9-12 under construction* Fluency Fluency standards not included in this
progression: K.OA.5; 3.OA.7; 4.NBT.4; 5.NBT.5; 6.NS.2,3
PRIORITIES IN MATHEMATICS (FROM CCSSM) SOURCES:
WWW.ACHIEVETHECORE.ORG WWW.PTA.ORG/4446.HTM HTTP://PARCCONLINE.ORG/PARCC-CONTENTFRAMEWORKS
K–2
Priorities in Support of Rich Instruction and Expectations of
Fluency and Conceptual Understanding
Addition and subtraction, measurement using whole number
quantities
3–5
Multiplication and division of whole numbers and fractions
6
Ratios and proportional reasoning; early expressions and
equations
7
Ratios and proportional reasoning; arithmetic of rational numbers
8
Linear algebra
Required Fluency
Required Fluencies in K-6
Standard
K
K.OA.5
1
1.OA.6
2
2.OA.2
2.NBT.5
Add/subtract within 20 (know single-digit sums from memory)
3
3.OA.7
3.NBT.2
Multiply/divide within 100 (know single-digit products from memory)
4
4.NBT.4
5
5.NBT.5
Multi-digit multiplication
6
6.NS.2,3
Multi-digit division
Multi-digit decimal operations
WHAT IS THERE TO USE FOR MATH INTERVENTION?
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Curriculum
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Illuminations Lessons
Expressions – Intervention Instructional Cards
Games
MAP RIT materials
TLC (Intervention/Tier 2)
WHERE DO I START TO GET MATH INTERVENTION GOING?
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Set up a schedule.
Organize math intervention time just like
Plan before you implement anything. Set up
math intervention rotational chart so students
know where they are assigned and what to do.
Develop guidelines and expectations just like
the ones during reading rotation centers.
WHAT IS THE TEACHERS ROLE DURING INTERVENTION?
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Explicit small group instruction
Monitor all groups
Set up materials for each group ahead of time
Documentation of student work and progress
Exceed (set up/progress monitor/assess) teachers
must enter explicit small group instruction
interventions into Exceed
1.NBT.2 2DIGIT BASE 10 CONCENTRATION
Base Ten Concentration
Materials: Base Ten Concentration Cards
1. Work with a partner. Place the Base Ten Concentration cards facedown
on the table in two rows of ten.
2.Take turns to turn over two cards to look for a matching pair.
3. Keep the cards if they match. If the two cards do not match turn them
facedown again.
4. Keep going until all pairs of cards have been found.
Listed under Illuminations on the Instructional Guide – Additional
resources
15
An entire set of cards are printable
from the lesson. Teachers could
different numbers as well.
72
1.NBT.2 MY DOUBLE TEN FRAME RIDDLE
My Double Ten-Frame Riddle
Materials: double ten frames, counters, My Double Ten-Frame Riddle recording sheet
1. Choose a number between 10 and 20. Draw that number of counters on the double tenframe.
2. Cover the double ten-frame with an index card.
3. Write four clues to describe the number of counters that you drew on the double ten
Word Bank
more than less than
greater than counters skip count
fewer than odd number even number full row
4. Try your double ten-frame riddle on a friend. After your friend gives an answer lift the
flap so that she/he can check to see if the answer is correct.
Listed under Illuminations on the Instructional Guide – Additional resources
*** 2 sided yellow/red counters****
My Double Ten-Frame Riddle
Word Bank
more than less than
greater than counters skip count
fewer than odd number even number full row
Write 4 clues to describe the number of counters that you drew on the double ten-frame.
My double ten-frame has _________________________________________
My double ten-frame has _________________________________________
My double ten-frame has _________________________________________
My double ten-frame has _________________________________________
WHAT WILL I NEED TO HELP TEACHERS GET STARTED?
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A list of the Intervention Focus Area Standards
Samples to share
Plan a Make-It Take-It sessions to get started
LET’S PLAY
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Directions:
Located on the tables will be several different
interventions with materials to make those
interventions as samples for all to take back to
their buildings.
move to 2 other tables to create the other
samples. There are a total of 3 different samples
FEEDBACK AND SUGGESTIONS
On an index card please provide me with
feedback on what we did today.
Suggestions: Waste of our time, something to
improve, you could have done _____, I enjoyed
this experience because _____, etc…
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DID I DELIVER ON THE FOLLOWING?
Learning Intention:
We will explore and use materials to assist teachers in
creating interventions to use in classrooms which
target intervention focus standards.
Success Criteria:
We will be successful when we develop and create
tools that can be shared with teachers in our building
to enhance their intervention block which will focus
on explicit teacher lead intervention instruction.
Milwaukee Public Schools:
Math Intervention Ideas
MPS Board of School Directors
Dr. Michael Bonds, President
Larry Miller, Vice President
Mark Sain, District 1
Jeff Spence, District 2
Annie Woodward, District 4
Dr. Peter Blewett, District 6
David Voeltner, District 7
Meagan Holman, District 8
Terrence Falk, At-Large
Senior Team
Dr. Gregory Thornton, Superintendent
Naomi Gubernick, Chief of Staff
Darienne Driver, Chief Innovation Officer