Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
CI401
Midyear evaluation
We would like to hear your feedback about several components of the course. We will
try to incorporate these insights in the rest of the year. We will have a box in class and
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
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Establishing Classroom Norms for
Mathematical Work
CI 401
AUGUST 2009
Learning Mathematics with Understanding
Students who learn with understanding can
relate
old and new ideas or processes.
extend
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Explaining Concepts and
Propositions
CI 401M&M2
Fall 2009
Teaching mathematics in a classroom
that promotes understanding
Consider these three dimensions of
instruction
Tasks: What are students aske
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
An Introduction To Lesson
Planning
C&I 401
Mathematics
Source: Brahier 2009, Ch. 6
General Considerations
Date, Grade Level, Course Title, Length
of Class, Number of Students
Prior Knowledge: What mat
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

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CI 401 M/M2
Students in a mathematics class
who learn to consider problem
solving as an end in itself and not
merely as a means to an end will
benefit greatly in class as well as
their every day lives
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Explaining procedures
CI 401 M&M2
Fall 2009
Mathematical Proficiency
Graphic From: Addning it Up,
2001, Jeremy Kilpatrick, Jane
Swafford, Bradford Findell,
Editors; Mathematics Learning
Study Committe
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

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C&I 401 Peer Teaching Assignment
WHO? You! Its time to put on your mathteaching hat.
WHAT? You and a partner will be preparing a twentyminute lesson covering a specific math concept or
procedure to
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
CI 401 M&M2
Fall 2009
Observation Assignment: How does the teacher use students' ideas while leading a whole class
discussion?
The rubric on "Promoting and Managing Students Discourse" illustrates del
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Homework to Practice Discursive Moves Found in the Rubric
for Teaching with Student Participation
NAME: _
Below you will find a class discussion for teaching students about linear equations with a spe
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
First Lesson Plan Assignment
CI 401
Reading Assignment:
For more background on the lesson planning process, read pp. 142 159 in Chapter 6 of
the Brahier Te
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CI 401

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Hot Topics Resources
These lists are meant to be a starting place to begin your research. These references may or may not be aligned to the exact topic of your
presentation. Your instructors have prev
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Hot Topics Group Presentation Project
Overview: To conclude your semester in CI 401: Introduction to Teaching in a Diverse Society,
you will be delivering a group presentation on a current Hot Topic r
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Gloriana Gonzlez and Adam Poetzel, all rights reserved
Problems about Norms
Read and think about all of the problems. Do #1 and then choose two of the three
other
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
OBSERVATION GUIDE #1: Observing Classroom Norms
Name:_
Date of Observation:_ Class: _ Grade:_
School:_
We began the year discussing the importance of establishing classroom norms. At this point in the
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Problems about Explaining Concepts
1. Vince Gogh is teaching an introductory lesson on functions to his Algebra I class. He writes on
the board a definition of a function: A function is a relation
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
CI 401402
Mathematics
Participation rubric (10 Points) 10% of Final Semester Grade
Criteria
Responsibility
Contributions to class
discussions
Excellent (9 or 10 points)
Arrives to class on time.
No
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
CI 401 M & M2: Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
Fall Semester 2011 ~ Course Outline ~ Wednesdays 8:00 10:50
Gonzlez (M): 4G EDUC ~ Poetzel (M2): 505 E. Green (Room 201)
DATE
8
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

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C&I 401: Community Service/Participation Opportunities
You are required by the University to complete 10 hours of community service during the semester in
which you are enrolled in C&I 401. The goal o
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
CI 401 Lesson Plan Rubric
NAME: _
Lesson Plan
Category
Goal(s)
Big picture statement(s) of learning outcomes
Objectives
Specific statements of what a student should know and be able to do by
the end
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Name:
Concept or procedure:
Template for examining teaching moves according to the concepts or procedures rubric
What is the action from the
rubric?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
What did you or your partner
do?
Wha
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

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ActivityExplaining concepts and propositions
Name: _
To explain a concept (or a proposition)
A teacher
Problematizes
the concept
Connects to
prior
knowledge
Which means
He or she presents a problem t
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
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Patricio Herbst, all rights reserved. RubricExplaining procedures.
To explain a procedure, strategy, or skill
Your Procedure:
A teacher would
For example
Focus the procedure
What for?
When?
As opp
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Name:
1. The other day I visited a small pizza restaurant in a nearby town called Uncle
Louies Pizzaria. I looked at their menu and noticed something really weird about
their pricing. It said a small
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
SUPPORTING ESL/ELL
STUDENTS IN THE MATHEMATICS
CLASSROOM
By: Kelli Segobiano, Kelsey Gacek, and Marissa
Walczak
WHAT IS ELL AND ESL?
ELL
stands for English language learners
meaning that English is n
Introduction to Teaching Mathematics in a Diverse Society
CI 401

Fall 2011
Increasing the Number of Minority
Students in Accelerated Classes
JENNIFER DAO
KELSEY DREA
STEPHANIE YUNG
What is the topic?
Who are considered as minorities in math?
o African Americans
o Latinos
o N