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1 To Summarize… Lee Ann Pruske Bernard Rahming Rosann Hollinger Sharonda M. Harris April 15 & 27, 2010 MTL Meeting Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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2 Learning Intentions We Are Learning To utilize suggestions within textbooks to develop effective summary questions create effective summary questions that promote whole class discourse. Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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3 Success Criteria You will know you are successful when… Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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5 To Summarize or Not to Summarize? What are the elements or characteristics of an effective summary? Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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6 Resource Stroll How does your textbook help you summarize the important mathematics in that day’s lesson? Where is information located? What is it titled? How does this section support an effective summary? Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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7 Success Criteria You will know you are successful if … Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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8 Let’s Make a Poster Think about the Auditorium Problem from content. What could be the learning intention, success criteria, and summary questions? Come to consensus as a table group, and create a poster for the problem: Learning Intention Success Criteria Summary Questions and context Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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9 Auditorium problem There are 100 seats in the theatre with 30 in the balcony and 70 on the main floor. Eighty tickets were sold for the matinee performance, including all of the seats on the main floor. What fraction of the seats were sold? What is the ratio of balcony seats to empty seats? What is the ratio of empty seats to occupied seats? What is the ratio of empty seats to occupied seats in the balcony? Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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10 Success Criteria You will know you are successful if … Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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11 Feedback Question As you think about the last lesson you taught and how you closed it, in what ways can you embed the summarizing techniques discussed today into your next lesson? Developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation

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