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Title: Common Core and Essential Standards PD


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Common Core and Essential Standards PD
January 23, 2012 Mathematics Content Session
2
Review from Dec 19-20
  • Argumentation
  • Mathematical Practice 3 Construct viable
    arguments and critique the reasoning of others
  • Mathematical Practice 6 Precision
  • Shift 2 Disciplinary Literacy
  • Shift 6 Academic Vocabulary
  • Text Triangulation
  • Tasks

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Triangulate Text
4
Triangulate Texts
  • What can be TEXT?
  • Anything that can be
  • Read
  • Viewed
  • Heard

5
Triangulate Texts
  • Math Content Texts
  • Textbook
  • Videos
  • Lab activities
  • Cornell notes
  • Mathematical algorithms
  • Graphics, Data and Diagrams
  • Models and Projects
  • Foldables
  • Real world scenarios

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Todays Task
  • Discuss specific types of text resources you
    use in math instruction
  • Complete the Common Core template from one
    content area and add your text resources.(MS
    grade 6, grade 7, grade 8 HS Algebra 1, Algebra
    2, Geometry)
  • From your text resources and the Argumentation
    Task Samples for Mathematics, create a sample
    task focusing on argumentation and precision (MP
    3 and 6).

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Sample Template
Common Core Cluster and Standards Common Core Cluster and Standards Common Core Cluster and Standards Common Core Cluster and Standards Common Core Cluster and Standards Common Core Cluster and Standards
Text Resources Text Resources Text Resources Text Resources Text Resources Text Resources
Textbook Teacher Resources Technology Media TINavigator Manipulatives Graphics Models

Textbook pages

This will be completed for you.
Worksheets
Quick polls screen captures
Textbook pages
Data Tables
KNEX or Algeblocks
DE Videos
CMP2 ACE problems
Graphs
Activity Center
Powerpoints
Quickpolls Learncheck
MARS lessons tasks
Notes and Algorithms
Foldables
DE Simulations
Sample Task
Use the text resources above and the Quick
Reference Task Chart to create a argumentative
task specific to this Essential Standard.
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6th Grade Sample
CCSS Domain The Number System Cluster Apply and extend previous understandings of numbers to the system of rational numbers. Standards 6. NS.6 Understand a rational number as a point on the number line. Extend number line diagrams and coordinate axes familiar from previous grades to represent points on the line and in the plane with negative coordinates. 6. NS.6.c Find and position integers and other rational numbers on a horizontal or vertical number line diagram find and position pairs of integers and other rational numbers on a coordinate plane. RESOURCES
Textbook Teacher Resources Technology Media TINavigator Manipulatives Graphics Models
CMP2 Bits Pieces I Inv 1 Fundraising Fractions Inv 2 Sharing and comparing with Fractions Inv 3 Moving Between Fractions and Decimals Inv 4 Working with percents DPI Crosswalks http//www.dpi.state.nc.us/docs/acre/standards/common-core-tools/crosswalks/math/grade6.pdf Discovery Education CMP2 Alignment by Instrument http//correlation.edgate.com/services/cui/?functionlistCorrelatedUnitsiStandardId366730707iGradeIds45iStateIds366729336iSubjectIdsMathematicsPHPSESSID65a04474d553c83d9317416623c1a236 Middle School KNEX Lesson 8 and 9 Secondary math wiki http//secondarymath.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/RationalNumbers6thgrade
CMP2 Bits Pieces II Inv 1 Estimating with Fractions Inv 2 Adding and Subtracting Fractions Inv 3 Multiplying Fractions Inv 4 Dividing Fractions Station Activities for CC Mathematics Grade 6 P.29 Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers US Dept of Education http//www2.ed.gov/teachers/how/tools/initiative/summerworkshop/frizzell/index.html Warm-ups http//secondarymath.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/6thgradeWarm-Ups28learnchecks29
CMP2 Bits Pieces III Inv 1 Dividing with Fractions Inv 2 Decimal Times Inv 3 The Decimal Divide Inv 4 Using Percents LearnChecks and quick polls http//secondarymath.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/6thgradeWarm-Ups28learnchecks29
CMP2 CC Inv 3 Integers and the Coordinate Plane
Can be broken down by daily lessons or objectives
Not necessary to fill in every box
Mathematical Practices 3 Argumentation
Task Plaza Middle School students are trying to
make a hoagie sandwich large enough to feed their
entire class of 25 students. They made an
Italian cold-cuts hoagie with cheese, lettuce,
and tomatoes that was 12 ¾ feet long. Which size
portion, ¼ foot long or ½ foot long is the best
portion size to feed the class of 25 students
with the least amount of left-over hoagie?
Justify your answer. Be sure to show all your
work.
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Algebra 2 Sample
CCSS Domain F-IF Interpreting functions Cluster
Interpret functions that arise in applications in
terms of the context Standards F.IF.4 For a
function that models a relationship between two
quantities, interpret key features of graphs and
tables in terms of the quantities, and sketch
graphs showing key features given a verbal
description. F.IF.6 Calculate and interpret the
average rate of change of a function (presented
symbolically or as a table) over a specified
interval. Estimate the rate of change from a
graph. Cluster Analyze functions using different
representations Standard F.IF.9 Compare
properties of two functions each represented in a
different way (algebraically, graphically,
numerically in tables, or by verbal
descriptions) RESOURCES
Textbook Teacher Resources Technology Media TINavigator Manipulatives Graphics Models
Linear functions Chapter 2 sections 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 Teacher ppt Discovery Education Graphing Linear Relations - Elevators LC Quickpoll Activity Center Discovering linear relationships verbal to algebraic Characteristics of linear functions foldable
Quadratic functions Chapter 4 sections 1, 2 4-1 Solve It! 4-2 Solve It! LC Quickpoll Investigation Discovering Transformations Lab Graphics Take Note - Key Concepts pg 194, 195, 197
Polynomial functions Chapter 5 sections 1, 9 5-9 Solve It! LC Quickpoll Activity Center Transformations Graphics End Behavior pg 282
Radical functions Chapter 6 section 8 Teacher ppt LC Quickpoll
Exponential and Logarithmic functions Chapter 7 sections 1, 3 LC Quickpoll Activity Center Exponential growth and decay Investigation Drug Filtering Lab Graphics Take Note Key Concepts pg 451
Rational functions Chapter 8 sections 2, 3 8-2 Activity Family First 8-2 Solve It! LC Quickpoll Graphics Take Note Key Concepts pg 507 Foldable Function Transformations
Hyperlink good web resources
Write a task specific to this standard
Mathematical Practices 3 Argumentation Task
(analysis level) How would you categorize the
following? After examining the set of cards, sort
and name the categories. Justify your choices.
(comparison level) Compare your choice of
categories with those of another student in your
class. How are your choices the same/different?
Are there any changes you want to make to your
choices, if so which ones and why?
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Summary of Assignment
  1. Work in a group with other teachers in your
    content/grade level to complete the template
  2. Include text resources that you use in your
    instruction. Hyperlink web resources.
  3. Write a task focusing on argumentation and
    precision for the cluster your group worked on.
    (you may want to use the Quick-Reference Tasks
    for Math chart)
  4. Save the document with your school name for
    example Algebra 1 Template Vance or 6th Grade
    Math Bailey
  5. Send your completed assignment to your department
    chair and Marjan Hong (marjan.hong_at_cms.k12.nc.us)

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  • Instructions for Emailing Templates
  • Work in a subject/grade level group to complete
    the template. All teachers should contribute
    their best instructional resources (Texts).
    Please consider good quality over great quantity.
  • Hyperlink good internet or Discovery Education
    resources. The hyperlink will remain intact when
    the template is emailed.
  • Save the template by including your school name.
    Example 6th Grade Math Template Mint Hill
  • Include good lab activities, power points or
    other documents. This will need to be a separate
    attachment. Use this format to name the file
    ltCommon Core notationgt lttitlegt.
  • For Example 6. NS.6 US Department of Education
    video clip See 6th grade sample in power point.
  • Attach the template and documents and email to
    marjan.hong_at_cms.k12.nc.us .
  • VERY IMPORTANT In the subject line please put
    the following notation exactly as it is written
  • For 6th grade subject line should be sixthcc
  • For 7th grade subject line should be seventhcc
  • For 8th grade subject line should be eighthcc
  • For Algebra 1 subject line should be algebra1cc
  • For Algebra 2 subject line should be algebra2cc
  • For Geometry subject line should be geometrycc
  • Send all templates and documents by Jan. 31, 2012.

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Thank you!
  • Joanne Whitley
  • Secondary Math Specialist
  • Joanne.whitley_at_cms.k12.nc.us
  • Marjan Hong
  • Secondary Math Resource
  • Marjan.hong_at_cms.k12.nc.us
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