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Models for Lessons. Thinking about planning. Explaining Investigating Exploring Interpreting Analyzing Describing Deriving Reasoning. Justifying Proving Conjecturing Calculating Examining Constructing Grappling Engaging . The Verbs of Doing Mathematics. Teacher Directed

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## Models for Lessons

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### Models for Lessons

Explaining

Investigating

Exploring

Interpreting

Analyzing

Describing

Deriving

Reasoning

Justifying

Proving

Conjecturing

Calculating

Examining

Constructing

Grappling

Engaging

The Verbs of Doing Mathematics

Teacher

Directed

Lesson

Practise

Problem Solving Application

Problem Solving Scenario

Activity& Conversation

Teacher Facilitated

Sharing

Clarify - Refine - Practise - Apply

A Problem-Based Approach

Three part lesson model

• Activate prior knowledge
• Present the problem
• Be sure expectations are clear

Before

During

• Students Work
• Let go!
• Listen carefully
• Observe and Assess

After

• Class Discourse
• Accept student solutions with
• interest, yet neutrality
• Conduct discussion as students
• justify and evaluate results

From Van de Walle

Essential components of a lesson plan
• Lesson Purpose:
• What is the overall purpose of the lesson?
• Think about how this fits within the unit plan and the year plan
• Student Outcomes
• Be sure to state the specific curriculum outcomes (SCOs) from your document
• You may elaborate on these in greater detail as well.
Essential components of a lesson plan
• Prior Knowledge:
• What will students need to know to achieve the goals of the lesson?
• Will there be a need to do a mini-lesson?
• Lesson Details
• How will you introduce the lesson?
• What will you do to activate prior knowledge?
• How will you ensure that all students are clear about what they need to do?
• How will I organize my classroom?
Essential components of a lesson plan
• Lesson Details
• Who’s doing the math?
• What will students do?
• How will you plan to include all students in the learning? Extensions and adaptations
• How will you facilitate effective mathematical discourse and encourage sharing of ideas?
Essential components of a lesson plan
• Materials
• What resources are necessary?
• Be sure to include copies of everything you would hand out to students (worksheets, assignments, activity cards, etc.).
• Closure
• How will you conclude the lesson?
• How will students clarify and refine?
• What additional practice and application is necessary?
Essential components of a lesson plan
• Assessment
• How will you assess student learning?
• What evidence will you gather to demonstrate student learning?
• Include any assessment tools you would use as part of the lesson including question prompts, assessment questions, assignment sheets, journal prompts, etc.
• How will you use this evidence for future planning, evaluating and reporting?
• Professional Growth Targets