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Agenda Comment Cards Problem of the Month: Do the Tesselation English Language Learners
Comment Cards SVMI Coaching Institute Day 4
Be Mindful of Our Norms
* Reflecting on the Community Agreements Based upon Monday through Wednesdays work on the Problem of the Month, reflect upon the Community Agreements. What actions have you taken to support the Community Agreements? Identify one Community Agreement you might be more mindful of to work on today.
Problem of the Month Do the Tesselation This is a tesselation.
Individually… Read through all the levels of the POM. Return to Level A, begin exploring the tasks. Together… Collaborate, going as deeply as possible with each level before moving onto the next one. Keep in mind how you are making sense of the problem and strategies used when you get stuck. Do the Tesselation Getting Started
Where are we? Quick Write Think about and record the following… Where are you in your thinking process? (What strategies have you tried? What worked? What didn t? ) What questions do you have at this point? Where will you begin tomorrow?
English Language Learners Harold Asturias Lawrence Hall of Science, U.C. Berkeley
Creating a Poster Your concluding thoughts on an explanation poster for a level you feel you have completed AND Your current thoughts on a status poster for a level you are still exploring.
Explanation Poster: The focus of your poster should be on how your findings can be justified mathematically and how your findings make sense. Include words and visuals (such as drawings) as a part of your justification. Status Poster: The focus of your poster should be on your processes so far and where you think you want to go next and/or questions/wonderings you have about this level. Include words and visuals as a part of your justification. *Remember to justify or explain your processes you have used so far and why they make mathematical sense as clearly as you can.