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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 1 Goal for the Afternoon Identify content specific to each grade band and each grade level

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 2 K-2 Core Content Emphasis on place value and addition/subtraction for whole numbers K.1: Whole numbers K.2: Patterns and operations K.3: Objects and their locations 1.1: Whole number relationships 1.2: Addition and subtraction 1.3: Geometric attributes 1.4: Concepts of measurement 2.1: Place value and the base ten system 2.2: Addition and subtraction 2.3: Measurement

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 3 K-2 Additional Key Content Additional Key Content and Core Processes at each grade also need to be taught; they are not optional. K.4: Additional Key Content: direct comparisons using measurable attributes 1.5: Additional Key Content: represent data, ask and answer questions about data 2.4: Additional Key Content: two- and three dimensional figures, make bar graphs and picture graphs, model and describe multiplication and division situations, simple interpretation of fractions

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 4 3-5 Core Content Emphasis on multiplication/division of whole numbers and fractions 3.1: Addition, subtraction, and place value 3.2: Concepts of multiplication and division 3.3: Fraction concepts 3.4: Geometry 4.1: Multi-digit multiplication 4.2: Fractions, decimals and mixed numbers 4.3: Concept of area 5.1: Multi-digit division 5.2: Addition and subtraction of fractions and decimals 5.3: Triangles and quadrilaterals 5.4: Representations of algebraic relationships

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 5 3-5 Additional Key Content Additional Key Content and Core Processes at each grade also need to be taught; they are not optional. 3.5: Additional Key Content: understand equality; measure temperature; use U.S. and metric units of measure weight, mass, and capacity; make pictographs, frequency tables, line plots, and bar graphs 4.4: Additional Key Content: use symbols for unknown quantities; convert measurements within a system; graph points; determine median, mode, and range; solve simple probability problems 5.5: Additional Key Content: classify prime and composite numbers; determine mean of small data sets; make line graphs

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 6 6-8 Core Content Emphasis on proportional reasoning and introduction to Algebra 6.1: Multiplication and division of fractions and decimals 6.2: Mathematical expressions and equations 6.3: Ratios, rates, and percents 6.4: Two- and three-dimensional figures 7.1: Rational numbers and linear equations 7.2: Proportionality and similarity 7.3: Surface area and volume 7.4: Probability and data 8.1: Linear functions and equations 8.2: Properties of geometric figures 8.3: Summary and analysis of data sets

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 7 6-8 Additional Key Content Additional Key Content and Core Processes at each grade also need to be taught; they are not optional. 6.5: Additional Key Content: compute mentally with non-negative numbers; understand integers; compare and order integers 7.5: Additional Key Content: graph order pairs of rational numbers; write prime factorizations of whole numbers 8.4: Additional Key Content: represent numbers with scientific notation; solve problems involving scientific notation; evaluate expressions involving non- negative integer exponents; identify rational and irrational numbers

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 8 Content for Your Grade Level 1. Each table will be assigned one Core Content area. 2. Identify the key mathematics ideas in that Core Content area. Use your own words to describe the focus of the Performance Expectations for your Core Content. 3. Identify some of the related mathematics ideas that are NOT included in your Core Content area. These ideas might appear at an earlier grade or a later grade. 4. Identify a recorder at your table to keep notes (electronically, if possible). These notes will be shared with the grade band.

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 9 Writing Talking Points For your grade level, create talking points to describe the mathematics for your grade. Imagine that you are talking to parents of your students at an open house or that you are writing a brief description for your schools newsletter that goes home to parents. Work independently first, and then share your talking points with your group.

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 10 Group Consensus As you listen to the sharing, pay careful attention to the language used to describe the mathematics at each grade. Be ready to suggest the language that is more parent friendly.

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 11 Additional Examples 1. Choose a Performance Expectation, or a couple of related Performance Expectations, that might be clearer if there were more examples. 2. In your group, create new examples that would allow you to measure whether students have met the Expectation(s). 3. Be ready to share your examples.

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2008 May 31Standards PD: Day 1 afternoon: slide 12 Reflection Write down two important things that you learned today about the K-8 Mathematics Standards. Share your items with your table group.

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