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Classroom Discussions in Math A Teacher's Guide for Using Talk Moves to Support the Common Core and More, Grades K-6: a Multimedia Professional Learning Resource

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ISBN-13: 9781935099567
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List price: $73.95
Publisher: Math Solutions
Publication date: 6/22/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 448
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.266
Language: English

Classroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’s Guide for Using Talk Moves to Support the Common Core and Moreoffers an award-winning, unparalleled look at the significant role that classroom discussions can play in teaching mathematics and deepening students' mathematical understanding and learning. Based on a four-year research project funded by the U.S. Department of Education, this resource is divided into three sections:Section I: Getting Started: Mathematics Learning with Classroom DiscussionsSection II: The Mathematics: What Do We Talk About?Section III: Implementing Classroom DiscussionsThis multimedia third edition continues to emphasize the talk moves and tools that teachers can use to facilitate whole-class discussions that deepen students’ mathematical understanding.New to This Edition46 video clips from every grade, kindergarten through sixth, show students and teachers engaged in successful classroom discussions. Some video clips are new to Classroom Discussions in Math; others are all-time favorites selected from Classroom Discussions in Math: A Facilitator's Guide to Support Professional Learning of Discourse and the Common Coresupport for teaching with the Common Core State Standards for MathematicsTry This Lesson sections offer specific mathematics problems, questions, and more than twenty lesson plans ready for immediate use in the classroom (downloads provided upon purchasing this resource)Math Talk Tips highlight strategies for using specific talk moves, tools, and formats to develop students' mathematical learningThe DVDThe accompanying DVD organizes forty-six video clips by chapter and by grade level for viewing convenience. The clips range from one to nine minutes in length with a total viewing time of approximately two hours and twenty-six minutes.

Acknowledgments
Why Use Talk in Mathematics Classrooms?
How to Use This Resource
The Components of Classroom Discussions in Math
What's New to the Third Edition?
Guidelines for Watching Videos of Teaching
Teaching with the Common Core State Standards
Math Talk and the Common Core State Standards
Lesson Correlations in this Resource
Video Clips by Chapter
Video Clips by Grade, Including Demographics
Getting Started: Mathematics Learning with Classroom Discussions
Academically Productive Talk: An Overview
What does productive math talk sound and look like?
About This Chapter
A First Encounter with Examples of Productive Math Discourse
Four Steps Toward Productive Talk
Productive Talk Moves and Tools
Summary of Productive Talk Moves
Video Clips: Watching and Analyzing Talk Moves
What Next?
Discussion and Reflection
Case 1: What Does Productive Talk Look Like? Mrs. Sigler's First-Grade Class: Experiences with Triangles
Case 2: What Does Productive Talk Look Like? Ms. Stangle's Fifth-Grade Class: Fraction Division (Peach Tarts)
Summary Tables of Productive Talk Moves (Including Video Clips)
How Do We Begin? Classroom Norms for Productive Talk
How do we talk about math?
About This Chapter
Explaining and Discussing New Forms of Talk
The Two Major Goals of Setting Up Classroom Talk Norms
Connecting Classroom Norms with the Talk Moves: Video Clips
Two Productive Talk Formats
Discussion and Reflection
The Mathematics: What Do We Talk About?
Talking About Mathematical Concepts
About This Chapter
What Is a Mathematical Concept?
Three Suggestions for Using Whole-Class Discussions on Concepts
Discussion and Reflection
Talking About Computational Procedures
About This Chapter
What Is a Computational Procedure?
Three Suggestions for Whole-Class Discussions on Computational Procedures
Discussion and Reflection
Talking About Solution Methods and Problem-Solving Strategies
About This Chapter
Why Solution Methods and Problem-Solving Strategies?
Four Suggestions for Using Whole-Class Discussions in Problem Solving
Discussion and Reflection
Talking About Mathematical Reasoning
About This Chapter
What Is Reasoning?
Three Suggestions for Using Whole-Class Discussions to Help Students Reason
Discussion and Reflection
Talking About Mathematical Terminology, Symbols, and Definitions
About This Chapter
How Do We Learn Mathematical Terms?
Four Suggestions for Using Whole-Class Discussions Related to Mathematical Terminology, Symbols, and Definitions
Discussion and Reflection
Implementing Classroom Discussions
Planning Talk-Based Lessons
How do we create lesson plans that focus explicitly on student discourse?
About This Chapter
Lesson Plans for Introducing Your Students to Math Talk
Four Steps for Planning Talk-Based Lessons
Exploring a Sample Talk-Based Lesson Plan: Analyzing Data from a Bar Graph
Discussion and Reflection
Troubleshooting Common Math Talk Problems and Concerns
About This Chapter
My Students Won't Talk!
The Same Few Students Do All the Talking!
Should I Call on Students Who Do Not Raise Their Hands?
My Students Will Talk, But They Won�t Listen
"Huh?" How Do I Respond to Incomprehensible Contributions?
Brilliant, But Did Anyone Understand?
I Have Students at Very Different Levels
What Should I Do When Students Are Wrong?
This Discussion Is Not Going Anywhere.…
Students' Answers Are So Superficial!
What If the First Student to Speak Gives the Right Answer?
What Should I Do for English Language Learners?
I'm Falling Behind in My Curriculum
Students Are Off-Task While Working in Small Groups
The Parents of My Students Have a Lot of Questions About All of This Talking
Reassurance from Project Challenge Students
Discussion and Reflection
Appendices
The Research: Project Challenge
Lesson Plans
Lesson Planning Template
References
Index

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