Integrated ELD Math - Kindergarten Videos

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    Integrated ELD/Math Three Phase Lesson (Full Length Video) 
    This video features Maggie Saldivar, Kindergarten teacher at Ranchito Elementary in Local District Northeast, who successfully completed the MMED 2016 Integrated ELD/Math Elementary Teacher Fellowship. The video highlights the essential components of an Integrated ELD/Math Three Phase lesson in addition to three protocols—Three Reads, Math Interview, and Math Summit—designed to support ELs with applying Constructive Conversation Skills as they engage in problem-solving and math discourse.
     
     
     
    Part 1: Introduction
     
    • This video clip highlights the following: 
    • Lesson Opening - Teacher highlights lesson objectives
    • Teacher orients students to academic and domain specific language they will apply during the lesson 
    • Teacher reviews the Constructive Conversation Skills and Norms
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Part 2: Prepare To Solve
     
    This video clip highlights the following:
    • Before Phase of the Lesson - The time before students solve the problem 
    • Three Reads Protocol - Students apply Constructive Conversation Skills as they work to make sense of the problem and generate a plan to solve it 
    • Teacher guides students through multiple reads of the problem—each with a specific purpose—to understand the story, to understand the math, and to generate a plan 
    • Teacher models a Think-Aloud of how to generate a plan for solving
     
     
     
     
    Part 3: Persevere to Solve
     
    This video clip highlights the following: 
    • During Phase of the Lesson - The time during which students work on the problem 
    • Students work to solve the problem independently 
    • The teacher provides feedback as needed by asking questions to focus, assess, and advance student thinking
     
     
     
     
    Part 4: Prepare for the Math Interview
     
    This video clip highlights the following: 
    • Model Constructive Conversation - A scaffold that provides students with a model of what their conversation should sound like
    • Teacher prepares students to interview each other about their approach to the problem 
    • Students listen to a Model Constructive Conversation 
    • Teacher debriefs the Model Constructive Conversation and highlights the academic language students will apply during their math interview
     
     
     
    Part 5: Explain and Justify Your Approach
     
    This video clip highlights the following: 
    • During Phase of the Lesson - The time during which students work on the problem 
    • Math Interview Protocol - Students apply Constructive Conversation Skills as they interview each other to explain and justify their approach to solving the problem 
    • Teacher orients students to prompt and response starters 
    • Teacher provides an opportunity for additional modeling using a Fishbowl demonstration 
    • Teacher listens to students’ conversations and collects language samples to inform future instruction 
    • Students reflect on on their conversations and add to or revise their thinking 
     
     
     
    Part 6: Interpret and Critique Solutions
     
    This video clip highlights the following: 
    • After Phase of the Lesson - The discussion after students work on the problem 
    Math Summit Protocol: Students apply Constructive Conversation Skills as they analyze, critique, and compare two pre-selected solutions 
    • Teacher guides the selected students as they take turns presenting their solutions to the class 
    • Teacher facilitates a grand conversation to highlight big math ideas and summarize the learning for the lesson 
    • Teacher closes the lesson by reviewing the lesson objectives
 
Part 1: Introduction
 
This video clip highlights the following: 
 

• Lesson Opening - Teacher highlights lesson objectives
• Teacher orients students to academic and domain specific language they will apply during the lesson 
• Teacher reviews the Constructive Conversation Skills and Norms
 
 
 
Part 2: Prepare To Solve
 
This video clip highlights the following:

• Before Phase of the Lesson - The time before students solve the problem 

• Three Reads Protocol - Students apply Constructive Conversation Skills as they work to make sense of the problem and generate a plan to solve it 

• Teacher guides students through multiple reads of the problem—each with a specific purpose—to understand the story, to understand the math, and to generate a plan 

• Teacher models a Think-Aloud of how to generate a plan for solving