1 : Grades K-5 NCTM Regional Conference & Janet (Dodd) Nuzzie, Pasadena ISD District Instructional Specialist, K-4 President, Texas Association of Supervisors of PISD
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3 Welcome! Our Goal: Explore the basics of work stations Who & What Our Norms Be an active participant Be a focused participant Honor an attention signal
4 Welcome! Our Goal: Explore the basics of work stations Who, What, When, Where, Why, How Our Norms Be an active participant Be a focused participant Honor an attention signal
5 Let s get started Foldable for Reflections
6 Math work stations are areas within the classroom where students work with a partner* and use to and their mathematical thinking. (Diller, 2011) Math work stations are a time for children to practice problem solving while,,, and making among mathematical topics as the teacher observes and interacts with individuals at work or meets with a for math instruction. (Diller, 2011)
7 NCTM Regional Conference (Houston, TX) : Work Stations 101, Grades K-5 Janet Dodd, District Instructional Specialist Elementary, Pasadena ISD (TX) President, Texas Association of Supervisors of Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? PISD
8 WHO and WHAT Sentence Frames So what are work stations? So who are work stations for?
9 Math work stations are a time for children to practice problem solving while reasoning, representing, communicating, and making connections among mathematical topics as the teacher observes and interacts with individuals at work or meets with a small group for differentiated math instruction. (Diller, 2011)
10 Math work stations are areas within the classroom where students work with a partner and use instructional materials to explore and expand their mathematical thinking. (Diller, 2011)
11 Reflections: WHO and WHAT So what are work stations? So who are work stations for? 30-Second Summary/ Take Away
12 WHAT So what instructional materials should be in a work station?
13 WHAT Work Stations Sampler (Diller, pg. )
14 WHAT Work Stations Sampler Grades K-2 Grades 3-5 Solving Story Problems (white) Holt s Hardware Haven (yellow) Tic Tac Toe: Pick 3 (green) Directions are on the activity s task card Problem Puzzler (pink) Representing Division (blue) Tic Tac Toe: Pick 3 (purple) Region 4 ESC materials used with permission from Region 4 ESC.
15 Solving Story Problems Use counters to model each story problem. Record a number sentence that represents the story problem. Determine the solution to the story problem. Alma had 7 counters. She gave some counters to her brother. Now she has 3 counters left. How many counters did she give to her brother? Alma had 8 counters. She had 5 more counters than her brother. How many counters did her brother have? Alma had some counters. She gave 2 counters to her brother and now she has 6 counters left. How many counters did Alma have at the start? Alma has 9 counters. 4 of the counters are red and the rest of the counters are yellow. How many yellow counters does Alma have? Alma had 5 counters. Her brother gave her some more counters. Now she has 10 counters. How many counters did Alma s brother give her? Alma had some counters. Her brother gave her 4 more counters. Now she has 7 counters. How many counters did she have at the start?
16 Student Name: Date: Holt s Hardware Haven Activity Page At Holt s Hardware Haven, nails are sold in boxes of 24 nails and boxes of 49 nails. If Mrs. Ross purchased 1 box of 24 nails and 1 box of 49 nails, how many nails did Mrs. Ross purchase? Cut apart the cards on the Holt s Hardware Haven Activity Master. Partner A: Use base ten blocks to solve the problem. Partner B: Use the pictures from Holt s Hardware Haven Activity Master to record the sequence of steps your partner used to solve the problem. Glue or tape the cards in My Workspace. If you need more space, use the back of this paper. My Workspace Communicating about How are the parts of the problem represented in your picture model? Engaging 2011 Region 4 Education Service Center Grade 2 72 All rights reserved.
17 Student Name: Date: Holt s Hardware Haven Activity Master 2011 Region 4 Education Service Center Engaging All rights reserved. 73 Grade 2
18 Tic Tac Toe Activity Board: Choose 3 Activities to Complete Use words to describe the part of the set that is apples. Shade of the figure below. Divide the figure into 8 equal parts. Use two-color counters to represent a set that is three-fourths red. Draw a picture of the set below. Draw a picture to represent the fraction. Shade of the figure below. Write words and a fraction to describe the part of the figure that is NOT shaded. Record a fraction that represents the part of the set that is pyramids. Circle the figures that show two equal parts. Work Stations 101 CAMT 2014 Janet Dodd
19 Lesson 2 Grade 5 Name: Date: Problem Puzzler Solve Problem 1 below. Read your Strategy Card. Determine if your card gives a correct answer for Problem 1. Determine which group member s Strategy Card contains a correct solution process for Problem 1. Record the letter of the card containing the correct answer. Repeat this process for Problems 2 4. Problem 1 A movie theater has 25 rows with 40 seats in each row. If 472 seats are occupied, find the number of empty seats in the movie theater. Problem 3 At the dollar store, Joyce can purchase 6 soft drinks for $1. If she plans to drink 2 soft drinks each day, how many days will $12 worth of soft drinks last? Card described a correct process. Problem 2 Look at the pattern of numbers below. 18, 24, 30,, 42 Determine the missing number in the pattern. Card described a correct process. Problem 4 William was playing a card game. Each time he scored 10 points, he added an X to his score card, as shown below. X X X X X X William scored 5 additional points after he recorded his last X. How many total points, p, did William score? Card described a correct process. Card described a correct process. Closing the Distance: A Flexible Tutorial for TAKS Region 4 Education Service Center 30 All rights reserved.
20 Lesson 2 Grade 5 Activity Master: Strategy Cards Cut along dotted lines. Strategy Card A Strategy Card B Problem 1 Find the sum of 472 and the product of 25 and 40. Problem 1 Subtract 40 from the product of 25 and 472. Problem 2 (30 24) + 42 Problem 2 (30 24) + 30 Problem 3 Multiply 6 by 12 and then divide by 2. Problem 3 Find the product of 2 and 12 and then divide by 6. Problem 4 p = Problem 4 p = (6 5) + 10 Strategy Card C Strategy Card D Problem 1 Subtract 472 the product of 25 and 40. Problem 1 Find the difference of 472 and 40. Problem Problem 2 ( ) 2 Problem 3 Find the quotient of 12 and 2. Problem 3 Add 6 and 12 and then divide by 2. Problem 4 p = Problem 4 p = (6 10) + 5 Closing the Distance: A Flexible Tutorial for TAKS Region 4 Education Service Center 28 All rights reserved.
21 Student Name: Date: Representing Division Activity Page Cut apart the cards on the Representing Division Activity Master (Pages 1-2). Match the numerical representation of each step of the division process with its corresponding pictorial representation. Organize the sets of cards to represent the steps of the division process in sequential order. Glue or tape the cards onto a separate piece of paper. My Workspace Communicating about How did you determine which numerical and pictorial representations represented the same step of the division process? Engaging Region 4 Education Service Center Grade All rights reserved.
22 Student Name: Date: Representing Division Activity Master (Page 1) Region 4 Education Service Center Engaging All rights reserved. 173 Grade 4
23 Student Name: Date: Representing Division Activity Master (Page 2) Engaging Grade Region 4 Education Service Center All rights reserved.
24 Tic Tac Toe Activity Master Fractions 1 Draw a picture to represent a fraction that is closer to 1 than it is to zero or 1. Explain your 2 thinking. 4 Write words and a fraction to describe the part of the square that is NOT shaded. 2 Write a fraction to describe the part of the hexagon that is shaded. Write a fraction to describe the part of the hexagon that is NOT shaded. What is similar about your fractions? What is different? 5 Draw a set of objects that shows that 5 is red. 7 Explain your thinking. 3 Write a fraction to describe the part of the set below that is spiders. Which part of the set does the numerator represent? Which part of the set does the denominator represent? 6 Draw a number line. Use the number line to represent a fraction that is between zero and one but is closer to zero than it is to one. Explain your thinking. 7 Write a fraction to represent the part of the set that are cars. Add two cars to the set. Write a fraction that could represent the part of the set that is now cars. 8 Which fraction below is closest to 1 2? 3 3 or 4 8 Draw a picture to represent the fraction that you chose. Explain your thinking. 9 Write a sentence to describe the part of the circle that is shaded. Write a fraction to describe the part of the circle that is shaded. Region 4 Education Service Center Supporting STAAR Achievement: Grade 3 All rights reserved.
25 WHAT So what did the instructional materials in the work stations look like?
26 WHAT Manipulatives: When students visualize and then manipulate aspects of mathematical ideas they are exploring, they gain deeper understanding of the concept. (Ennis and Witeck, 2007 in Sammons, 2010) Problem Solving: Students participate in a climate of inquiry where ideas are generated, expressed, justified, thus creatively exploring mathematical relationships and constructing meaning. (Sammons, 2010) Choice: Choice is an important feature in making work stations successful. Over time, a station should include a variety of things for children to choose from, but there shouldn t be so many choices that the children feel overwhelmed. (Diller, 2011)
32 WHAT So what instructional materials should be in a work station? Concepts/Activities: previously explored during class from previous grade level s standards to preview upcoming concepts to support low-performing standards that enrich/extend current standards
33 Reflections: WHAT So what instructional materials should be in a work station? 30-Second Summary/ Take Away
34 WHEN So when should work stations be used? Be flexible and work to meet the needs of all students in your classroom. (Diller, 2011)
35 WHEN So when should work stations be used? Bailey ES: Lara Roberts (K-4 Coach) Be flexible and work to meet the needs of all students in your classroom. (Diller, 2011)
36 WHEN So when should work stations be used? Bailey ES: Lara Roberts (K-4 Coach) Be flexible and work to meet the needs of all students in your classroom. (Diller, 2011)
37 WHEN So when should work stations be used? Bailey ES: Lara Roberts (K-4 Coach) Be flexible and work to meet the needs of all students in your classroom. (Diller, 2011)
38 Reflections: WHEN So when should work stations be used? 30-Second Summary/ Take Away
39 WHERE So where do work stations occur? Kruse ES: Esmeralda Guerra, Grade 3 South Shaver ES: Connie Smith, Grade 1
40 WHERE So where do work stations occur? Williams ES: Mackenzie Watson, Grade 4
41 Reflections: WHERE So where do work stations occur? 30-Second Summary/ Take Away
42 WHY So why use work stations? Dr. Nicki Newton
43 Reflections: WHY So why use work stations? 30-Second Summary/ Take Away
44 HOW So how do you prepare for work stations? Establish classroom procedures and routines
46 HOW Mae Smythe ES: Ariel Pena, Grade 4
49 HOW So how do you prepare for work stations? Establish classroom procedures and routines South Shaver ES: Rebecca Martinez, Grade 1 Jessup ES: Norma Fuentes, Grade 4
50 Reflections: HOW So how do you prepare for work stations? 30-Second Summary/ Take Away
51 Math work stations are a time for children to practice problem solving while reasoning, representing, communicating, and making connections among mathematical topics as the teacher observes and interacts with individuals at work or meets with a small group for differentiated math instruction. (Diller, 2011)
52 Our Goal: Explore the basics of work stations Please return the activities to the baggie! Thank you!
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