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Writing Standards-Based Elementary Mathematics Units Sarah Hancock Sara Levine Kathy Stroud

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Introductions Who are you? Why are you here? Who are we?

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Beginning to write your unit Our units should be based on national math content strands and standards - not textbook resources Units should be planned using a hierarchy of standards - national, state, textbook

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National Standards National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Principles and Standards for School Mathematics NCTM Curriculum Focal Points Focal Points

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State Missouri Mathematics Learning Goals m/math/ m/math/ –Missouri Grade Level Expectations lum/GLE/MAgle2.0.html lum/GLE/MAgle2.0.html

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Local Textbook –Investigations

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Clarifying Content Priorities Discriminating among standards –Big Ideas and Enduring Understandings (EU) –Important to know and do (Need to know) –Worth being familiar with (Nice to know)

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Modeling - what you really do! Find standards from national, state, and local resources Isolate the standards Sort standards

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Guided Practice Step 1 - find standards for your grade and cut them apart Step 2 - eliminate duplicate ideas - keep the one with broader wording Step 3 - sort using enduring, need, nice and tape on your chart - chunk like items in the same area Step 4 - form Enduring Understandings

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Vertical Alignment Identify flow of EUs from grade to grade Create matrix of EUs and EQs

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Teaching and Tuning How do the interactions you have with your students help you tune your unit?

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Questions

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