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A Series of Step-By-Step Writing Mini Lessons Menu 0 A Series of Step-By-Step Writing Mini Lessons Step-by-Step Instruction, Writing The Robertson Program for Inquiry-based Teaching in Mathematics and Science Curriculum – Geometry and Spatial Sense Sorting and classifying 3-dimensional shapes by attributesClassifying 3-dimensional shapes by geometric propertiesDescribing location using positional languageRelating shapes to other shapes, to designs, and to figuresComposing and decomposing shapesRecognizing transformations Context Children are briefly presented with a 3-D structure made of multilink cubes and they must then re-create the structure from memory. Materials Pre-assembled figures made of multilink cubes (see photos of cube figures below)Bags of cubes (two colours) for each pair of students

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Smore Newsletters for Education Five research-based principles of second language instruction should form the basis for the education of English language learners in grades PreK – 12. Teachers can use the five principles and specific teaching and learning strategies to accelerate the learning process, promote academic achievement, and foster academic language acquisition (Levine, Smallwood, & Haynes, 2012a, 2012b). Teaching by these principles is helpful for ALL of our students, but is essential for our ELLs and struggling learners. New Video Resources: Instructional Routines to Improve Students’ Mathematical Thinking New Visions for Public Schools curriculum teams have adopted instructional routines, which are “designs for interaction that organize classroom instruction” because they are a powerful tool that can help support teachers at all stages of development in their careers. Below is a personal narrative from one of our instructional specialists, David Wees, who has over 25 years’ experience working in education, on why he and the New Visions math team have adopted instructional routines. David also highlights new videos and resources that New Visions has developed to help you get started using these routines in your own classroom. The Challenge of Initiating Mathematical Discussions in the Classroom When I first started teaching, I quickly developed procedures and routines for things like handing out materials, but my lesson plans were all over the place. Any student mathematical discussions that occurred were haphazard and almost always initiated by students.

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Pan Balance – Expressions Explore algebraic equivalence with the following investigation. Enter the expression 2x into the red pan, and enter the expression x + 4 into the blue pan. Enter the value x = -5 into the box near the top. What happens? Change the value of x to 0 and then to 5.

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