How To Run A Math Talk: Fuelling Sense Making In Middle School
A live monthly session from the Make Math Moments Academy on math talks
How can we lead a productive math talk at the middle school / high school level? What should we plan for? What are the teacher moves that fuel sense making in our students so we don’t waste our valuable time?
Kyle leads members from the Make Math Moments Academy through a math talk involving solving equations in an accessible way revealing connections including the two types of division and its impact on solving equations.
- Teacher moves to engage your students in discussion.
- How to ensure your students’ voice is valued.
- How to connect student representations to one another’s.
- How to model strategies so your students can learn new techniques.
Resources Related To The Video
How to Sneak In Linear Relations in Algebra: A Math Talk with Linear Patterns – https://makemathmoments.com/sneak-linear/
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Pedagogically aligned for teachers of K through Grade 12 with content specific examples from Grades 3 through Grade 10.
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Loving how this video shows the importance of conceptual understanding in the early grades, which leads to more success in algebra in the middle and upper grades and beyond.
It also solves the mystery of “When am I ever going to use Algebra?” Answer: “You’ve been using Algebra since you became curious about numbers, you just didn’t know it”.