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Common Core Standards Continued Grade Two. July 2011. Uh oh!. The “powers that be” in CMS emailed “downtown” and said, “We are only focusing on one Standard for Practice next year. Which one would best represent the essence of the Common Core?”

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### Common Core Standards ContinuedGrade Two

July 2011

Uh oh!

The “powers that be” in CMS emailed “downtown” and said, “We are only focusing on one Standard for Practice next year. Which one would best represent the essence of the Common Core?”

In your small group, respond to this email and explain!

### Module C

Crayon ActivityJennifer has 4 red crayons and Jamie has 6 blue crayons. How many crayons do they have together?
Jamie has 10 crayons in his box. Some are red and some are blue. What combinations of crayons can he have?

What math concepts are students working with here?

Where is the rigor/challenge in this task?

Jamie has 10 crayons in his box. Some are red and some are blue. He has more red crayons than blue crayons. What combinations of crayons can he have?

What would modeling look like in this task?

Crayon Puzzles- A Variation
There are bicycles, tricycles and cars in the parking lot. If Dad counted a total of 24 wheels, how many of each vehicle could there be?

How do combination problems in Investigations address the Common Core Standards for Practice?

Bicycles, Tricycles, Cars(values of 2, 3, and 4)

On sticky notes, list what has been added to, eliminated from, or changed for your grade level

Place the notes on the charts

Select one person from your group to briefly report these changes to the whole group.

What’s New, Exciting and Different?
Read the content standards for Number..

On sticky notes, list what has been added to, eliminated from, or changed for your grade level

Place the notes on the charts

Select one person from your group to briefly report these changes to the whole group.

What’s New, Exciting and Different? (continued)
Recess!

Select a game from Unit 1 and play with a partner

As you are playing, think about and discuss how this game supports the Common Core Standards for Practice and Content Standards?

Record your thoughts on post-it notes and place them on the game poster

### Module D

How does Investigations align with the

Common Core?

Using the graphic organizer respond to the following:

1.What Common Core Standards for Practice and Content Standards are addressed in Unit 1?

2.Are there ways we can enhance Unit 1 to include more Common Core Standards for Practice and Content Standards?

3. How do Classroom Routines address the Common Core Standards for Practice and Content Standards?

4. What vocabulary is important for the students to be using in classroom discussions?

Vocabulary

Take out your Core Dictionary and write the definition of…

Cognitively Guided InstructionWhat is C.G.I?Planning instruction based on how students learn bestHow does it address the Common Core Standards for Practice and Content Standards?

“Creating Great Inquiry”
• Roll the category cube
• Roll two number cubes
• Create an example of each story type based on the outcome of your rolls
Problem Solving Types
• Result Unknown
• Change Unknown
• Start Unknown
• Students need to start with the result unknown, and sprinkle in start unknown and change unknown
• Students exposed to all types of these problems with “effective teachers” in both 1st and 2nd grade SUBSTANTIALLY outperformed their peers in:
• Problem Solving
• Computation (3-5 seconds for facts)
• Beliefs towards mathematics
Classroom Climate

How can I set-up my classroom to be Common Core ready?

Classroom Climate

How can I set-up my classroom to get students talking? (productive mathematical discourse?)