MATH WORKSHOP COMPONENTS

**1. OPENING - MATH ROUTINES or MATH WARM UP**

Number Talks, Counting Circles, Guess my number, Beat the Teacher, Incredible Equation, Today's Number

**2. FOCUS LESSON**- A specific skill is introduced or modeled. A math concept read aloud may be used to introduce the concept. A rich problem task may be presented. Students are given a tool they will be able to use during their independent practice time.

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**NDEPENDENT WORK TIME**- Students are engaging with a task differentiated for their learning level that allows them to practice the strategy modeled or introduced.

CHOICE TIME - Students can visit a MATH WORK BOARD when their work with the task is complete. Students will be working with math games, math practice activities, technology games, or a teacher led math group to complete their math workshop time.

**4. SHARE & REFLECT**- Students are sharing their strategies from their independent work time. Other student are able to see what is working for their peers and will be able to give new strategies a try based on evidence from their peers.

**MATH CURRICULUM RESOURCES:**

INVESTIGATIONS

ENVISION

INVESTIGATIONS

ENVISION

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