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What is OAK 2? Operations and Algebraic Thinking - OA K-2. Math Teacher Leader Meeting November 15, 2011 Beth Schefelker Lee Ann Pruske Connie Laughlin Hank Kepner. Write a story problem. Launch On an index card… Use the numbers 8, 3, and 11 to compose a story problem.

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## What is OAK 2? Operations and Algebraic Thinking - OA K-2

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**What is OAK 2? Operations and Algebraic Thinking - OA K-2**Math Teacher Leader Meeting November 15, 2011 Beth Schefelker Lee Ann Pruske Connie Laughlin Hank Kepner**Write a story problem**Launch On an index card… • Use the numbers 8, 3, and 11 to compose a story problem. • On a separate card write another problem using the same numbers.**Learning Intentions and Success Criteria**• We are learning to understand addition and subtraction problem types and the developmental continuum across K-2. • What does it mean for you to be successful at the end of this session? • We will be successful when we able to identify problem types as described in the CCSS.**Exploring the Story Types**• Individually use your two problems to find your story types on the table. • At your table share the types of stories you wrote. • As a table group highlight the chart to identify which problems were created. Be ready to share out.**What’s the difference?**What questions do you have about the problem types? Turn and talk with your table group to clarify nuances between the different problem types.**Putting Your Chart to Use**• Pull a card and read the problem. • As a table group, come to consensus about which problem type is written on the card. • Pass the cards to a new person and repeat until all cards are done. Which problems caused the most discussion?**Connecting to the CMSP Curriculum Guides**K, 1, 2 Curriculum Guides (v2 Oct 31, 2011) • Pg 38 - Kindergarten • Pg 14 - First • Pg 11 – Second The expectation in the CCSS is that students will been engaging in these problem types working toward proficiency in all 12 by the end of 2nd grade.**Background in Problem Types**Read and highlight CCSS-M Addition and Subtraction Situations Background • What are the expectations across kindergarten, first and second grades? • In what ways are these problem types the building blocks of algebra? Source: K-5 OA Progressions**K-8 Content Domains, CCSSM**K-8 Domains**Learning Intentions and Success Criteria**• We are learning to understand addition and subtraction problem types and the developmental continuum across K-2. • We will be successful when we able to identify problem types as described in the CCSS.**Professional Practice**• For December 6th MTL Meeting: Read the Excerpted Mathematics Curriculum Guide to study the OA Standards in grade K, 1, and 2. Highlight important ideas and come prepared to discuss them in December.**Feedback Question**• As a leader of self, what does it mean for you to be successful at understanding addition and subtraction situations in K-2?

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