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Copy of Math Exemplars
Transcript of Copy of Math Exemplars
Getting Started with Exemplars
Many teachers find it useful to select Exemplars tasks to teach their students problem solving.
The first page gives the problem to the students.
Detailed teacher notes.
Each lesson has a task-specific rubric at four levels describing what a student would do at each level of performance (Novice, Apprentice, Practitioner and Expert)
What Do Exemplars Look Like in the Classroom?
1. Give an Exemplars task to practice with the entire class.
2. Share the anchor papers.
3. Discuss them as a class.
4. Score them as a class using the rubric.
*Let's look at an Exemplar together and
follow the steps to solve the problem.
Step 4 and 5: Collaborative Groups
If a task is not going well do not use it as an assessment piece. Instead, use it as an instructional tool and solve it together.
Exemplars can be used to....
Read the problem as a class.
*Highlight the important information.
*Underline the question.
Plan How To Solve the Problem
*What skills are needed?
*What strategies can you use?
*What ideas will help you out?
*Is there any information that I need to inference?
Solve the Problem
*Use math computation to find a solution.
*Give the students about 10-15 minutes independent time to work on this and have their own answer, strategy and plan.
*Draw a picture about your solution.
*Write and tell what steps you you took to solve the problem.
*Include and use good math vocabulary. (For the students, you could give them a word bank of vocabulary words you want them to include into their written expression.
Would this problem be easier today than yesterday?
(use task organizer)
What did you do to solve
Are numbers important
this problem? Why?
Why was this
Did graphs help you solve the problem? Why?
-Helping students become effective self-assessors has an enormous impact on student performance.
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