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How do I use student work to drive class discussion of a task? Selecting and sequencing student work to shape instruction.

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Because math task instruction is grounded in the work of the students, teachers must select the right pieces of student work to share, and must discuss them in a coherent order. This module will equip you with the tools and strategies you need to decide which pieces of student work to discuss and to place them in an order that builds to mathematical understanding of the task. In this session you will: - Observe the facilitator modeling how to select and sequence student work to reach the understanding goal of a math task - Practice selecting and sequencing student work for a math task Special Materials: You need: - A copy of the document "How to Select and Sequence Student Work: Connected Solution Path" - A copy of the "Selecting and Sequencing Student Work" practice sheets
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