Grade 2 Module 4 Focus PPT

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A Story of Units
A Story of Units
Module Focus
Grade 2- Module 4
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Session Objectives
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Draw connections between the Progression documents and
the careful sequence of mathematical concepts that develop
within each module.
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Articulate how the topics and lessons promote mastery of the
focus standards and how the module addresses the major
work of the grade.
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Prepare to implement the module and make appropriate
instructional choices to meet the needs of students while
maintaining the balance of rigor that is built into the
curriculum.
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Participant Poll
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Classroom teacher
School leader
Principal
District leader
BOCES representative
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AGENDA
Study of the Progression Documents
Examination of Module Overview and Assessments
Exploration of Selected Lessons
Bringing the Module to Life
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Progression Study
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Read the selected portions of the Progressions.
• OA, pages 18-19 and 21
• NBT, pages 8-10
• Page 9 (Table 2)
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What possible impact could teaching these
strategies have on students as they approach
later mathematics?
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What are the successes and challenges you
anticipate in sharing this information at your
school/district?
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Progression Study
• What possible impact could teaching these strategies have on
students as they approach later mathematics?
• What are the successes and challenges you anticipate in
sharing this information at your school/district?
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AGENDA
Study of the Progression Documents
Examination of Module Overview and Assessments
Exploration of Selected Lessons
Bringing the Module to Life
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Review of Module Structure
Module Overview
Topic
Topic
Topic
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8
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Module Overview
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Read the descriptive narrative.
Make note of important
information that will help
educators understand the
content and prepare to
implement this module.
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Module Overview
• How does this Module compare to your past
experiences with this content?
• How does each component of the Module Overview
prepare you to implement this material in your
school?
Turn and talk with others at your table
about your observations.
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Module Overview
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Why does the module begin with mental
strategies and how will that impact
student learning throughout the
module?
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What is the importance of moving from
number disks to drawings before moving
to the abstract representation?
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Through the lens of your role, what
evidence would you look for of student
understanding?
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Module Assessments
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Take 4 minutes to align the
standards to the assessment.
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How does this task measure the
skills and understandings that are
addressed in this module?
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Module Assessments: Rubrics
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Take 5 minutes to independently
grade the student work samples
using the rubric.
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Compare your scores with a
partner’s scores.
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How does common scoring impact
consistency across the grade level?
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Which sample called for your
professional judgment?
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Module Assessments: Reflection
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How does this assessment compare to
your past experiences with this
content?
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How will student work help you
understand what students master, what
their misunderstandings are, and how
to proceed with instruction?
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Turn and talk with others at your table
about your observations.
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Lunch Break
When you return from lunch, please sit at one of the
tables that is designated for your professional group.
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AGENDA
Study of the Progression Documents
Examination of Module Overview and Assessments
Exploration of Selected Lessons
Bringing the Module to Life
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Topic Openers
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Read the descriptive narrative.
Make note of important
information that will help
educators implement these
lessons.
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Topic Openers
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How does each topic contribute to the
overall instructional goal of the
module?
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How are the Topic Openers useful as a
planning tool for this module?
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Lesson Study
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Fluency Practice
Application Problems
Concept Development
Student Debrief
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Lesson Study
• Over the next 40 minutes
you will study one lesson
in depth.
• As you read and discuss
with your table, create a
visual that you will present
to the whole group.
• This session ends with 20
minutes of practice using
the strategies learned.
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Fluency Study
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Read the fluency component of the lesson
assigned to your table.
Discuss the following questions with your
group and create a visual to present of your
responses.
Consider the following, based on your role:
What prerequisite knowledge do students
need?
While observing this fluency lesson in
action, how will you know that students are
adequately prepared to be successful?
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Application Problem Study
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Read the application problem of the lesson
assigned to your table.
Discuss the following questions with your
group and create a visual to present of your
responses.
Consider the following, based on your role:
What is the importance of daily application
work?
How can you create a culture of rigor in
relation to the application problem?
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Concept Development and Debrief Study
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Read the concept development and debrief
of the lesson assigned to your table.
Discuss the following questions with your
group and create a visual to present of your
responses.
Consider the following, based on your role:
How can teachers plan to support all
learners?
How will you support teachers in planning for
differentiation?
How can you support teachers as they learn
and implement new strategies.
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Time to Practice
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The arrow way
Compensation
Number disks
Chip model
As you practice, consider through the
lens of your role how to support
teachers as they learn and implement
these strategies in the classroom.
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Balanced, Rigorous Instruction
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Biggest Takeaways
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How do these lessons compare to your
past experiences with mathematics
instruction?
Turn and talk with a partner at your
table about your biggest takeaways from
this session.
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Key Points
• Conceptual understanding develops as lessons move from
concrete to abstract.
• Students relate models and math drawings to the written form.
• Students begin with small numbers to develop understanding
(simple to complex).
• Students develop a wide range of problem solving strategies.
• Module 4 is the precursor to Module 5.
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AGENDA
Study of the Progression Documents
Examination of Module Overview and Assessments
Exploration of Selected Lessons
Bringing the Module to Life
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Video Clip – Students Sharing Strategies
As you watch this video, think about what you
see and hear as evidence of student
understanding.
Reflections:
• What are two things you notice in the
video?
• What is one thing you wonder about after
watching this video?
Click here.
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Another Look
• Given your role, consider the next steps you need to
take to move forward with this work.
• Jot down a mini-action plan of 3-5 steps.
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Biggest Takeaways / Next Steps
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Take a minute to reflect on your biggest takeaway from this
session.
Turn and talk with a partner at your table.
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Key Points
• Students learn multiple strategies that evolve from concrete to
abstract for addition and subtraction.
• Module 4 prepares students to achieve fluency with the standard
algorithm in Grade 3.
• These lessons are carefully designed and reflect the instructional
shifts needed to implement the Common Core State Standards.
• Teaching these lessons requires thought and preparation.
• Preparing teachers to use these lessons also requires thought and
preparation.
• Collaboration and communication are key!
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