Building the Language of Mathematics for Students (Vocabulary)

Mathematically proficient students communicate precisely by engaging in discussions about their reasoning using appropriate mathematical language. The terms students should learn to use at each grade level with increasing precision are included in this document.

Selected tasks from the DPI Week-by-Week and Strategies Document rewritten to align to CCSS. This document was created by selecting high leverage tasks from the DPI Week-by-Week and Strategies for Instruction Documents and rewritten to align to CCSS. These lessons incorporate the Standards for Mathematical Practice to support teachers with the implementation of the content standards.The intent of this document is not to replace teachers’ resources but be used to support teachers’current resources. Because of the high demand for support materials, a first draft has been posted on the wiki. More of these lessons will be forthcoming. Once additional lessons are written and the documents complete then the documents will be finalized (table of contents, etc…). Thank you for your patience as we continue to work on support materials.

While not directly aligned to the Common Core State Standards, these resources contain high leverage tasks that could be used to supplement your existing resources.

## Building the Language of Mathematics for Students (Vocabulary)

Mathematically proficient students communicate precisely by engaging in discussions about their reasoning using appropriate mathematical language. The terms students should learn to use at each grade level with increasing precision are included in this document.0

Building Vocabulary (Word)

## Lessons for Learning

Selected tasks from the DPI Week-by-Week and Strategies Document rewritten to align to CCSS. This document was created by selecting high leverage tasks from the DPI Week-by-Week and Strategies for Instruction Documents and rewritten to align to CCSS. These lessons incorporate the Standards for Mathematical Practice to support teachers with the implementation of the content standards.The intent of this document is not to replace teachers’ resources but be used to support teachers’current resources. Because of the high demand for support materials, a first draft has been posted on the wiki. More of these lessons will be forthcoming. Once additional lessons are written and the documents complete then the documents will be finalized (table of contents, etc…). Thank you for your patience as we continue to work on support materials.0

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6th Grade Lessons for Learning

## Middle School AIG-IRP Resources

AIG~IRP Resources developed for Grades 6-8 advanced math learners. Each lesson has principle standards addressed listed in the template.## Additional Math Resources

While not directly aligned to the Common Core State Standards, these resources contain high leverage tasks that could be used to supplement your existing resources.Superstars

Problem Solving Deck

## Internet Resources

A variety of resources are available on the internet. This is a compilation of resources that may be useful in lesson planning and instruction.Internet Resources