Reflection: Routines and Procedures DEFEND your ideas with a Journal - Section 3: Talking Moves and Sharing


The students did a fair job using the talking moves, but tomorrow I’ll do interactive modeling so students have more practice actually integrating how and when to use the Talking Moves.  At the beginning it seemed a small detail and that they would just choose one and know how to use them with substance, which was not the case!  Several said, "I agree because I like your picture", or "I disagree because your ants don't look like ants."  

Tomorrow I will put up some samples of statements and journal entries from volunteers and I will use the talking moves to model strong and weak statements.

  Talking Move Reflection
  Routines and Procedures: Talking Move Reflection
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DEFEND your ideas with a Journal

Unit 1: Developing Mathematical Practices
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to express their thinking using concrete examples, such as writing, which includes drawing.

Big Idea: Students need practice in representing their mathematical thinking in order to share it with others and assess their own understanding. This lesson engages them to work out a problem from a story read to them in more than one way.

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Math, Classroom Management, Classroom Culture and Climate, Number Sense and Operations, math conversations, Literacy in Math, math journals
  55 minutes
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