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Math Practices Standards

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Angela Schneider

on 25 September 2017

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Transcript of Math Practices Standards

Common Core Standards for
Math Practices

PS1 - Make sense of problems and
persevere in solving them.
Model with mathematics.
All students will become better math problem solvers that are able to understand and work through various types of problems, show all work, and be able to explain all steps involved in solving the problems. Students should be able to construct and defend arguments concerning their solution, but still be open to various approaches to solving problems.
PS2 - Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
PS 7 - Look for and make use of structure.
We look for patterns and use what we know to solve problems.
When we find a problem, we don’t give up until we solve it.

As we work, we ask ourselves, “Does this make sense?”
PS3 - Construct viable arguments and
critique the reasoning of others.
PS5 - Use appropriate tools strategically.
We use math tools (rulers, counters, and other materials)
to help us solve math problems.
Attend to precision.
We always do our best and make sure our work is correct by double-checking when we’re finished.
PS 8 - Look for and express
regularity in repeated reasoning.
We check our work to make sure it makes sense and talk out our math.
We understand numbers and the operations.

We show what we know and stop to think about our work.
This is what I did...
We talk with classmates and teachers about why our answers make sense.

We explain how we found our answers in clear, complete sentences.
Did you
When I thought I couldn't go on, I forced myself to KEEP GOING.
My success is based on PERSISTENCE, not luck.

- Estee Lauder

We use number sentences and math symbols
to show our work.
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