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- 2. Normative Need Needs AnalysisInstructional Problem Instructional GoalInstructional Context Lesson Sequence Learning ToolsFormative Evaluation
- 3. 2011 ISTEP for 4th Grade Mathematics80%70% 79% 72%60%50% State Average40%30% Jane Ball20% 28% 21%10% 0% Passing Not Passing
- 4. LowPerformanceon Statewide Testing
- 5. Explanation and Method (Problem Solving Rubric) 20% 25% Scored 0 points Scored 1 point 19% Scored 2 points 36% Scored 3 points 5
- 6. Students arenot explaining the steps to solve a mathproblem brieflybut effectively.
- 7. More complex and timeApplied skills test consuming Require students to… • perform multiple steps • provide an explanation 7
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- 9. Errors PercentageLimited explanation 70%Confusing explanation 39%Limited to no understanding of content 26%Fragment sentences 35%
- 10. Students will write aclear, concise explanationfor a math problem usingsymbols, numbers, andwords. 11
- 11. SMART Board ELMOdocumentcamera Internetaccess Computer lab 12
- 12. Preinstruction Reading the Problem Solve the Problem•Complete Pretest •Locate keywords for operations •Choose strategies for problem solving•Complete KWL •Determine operation(s) to apply •Develop a plan •Identify Main Question •Solve the problemAssess Learning Self-Evaluation Extended-Response Writing•Complete the final column of the •Reread writing •Restate the question KWL •Evaluate writing with rubric •Write the steps to solve the problem•Complete the summative assessment •Use checklists to check that the •Write the answer problem is completed •Avoid pronouns usage 13
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- 14. SME trail Given with guiding questions ConversationOne-to-one trail ConversationNext step? 15
- 15. • ISSUU publication• Blog • http://hoosier-teacher.blogspot.com/2011/12/writing-in- math-on-state-test.html 16

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