Overview
Each participant is required to have completed 60 intensive hours of professional development. If you were unable to attend parts of the 5 Day Summer Institute, you can makeup those hours through a combination of online tutorials and implementation in your classroom.
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Make Up Opportunities

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Mathematical Content: Model Drawing

Pedagogy

Language: Model Drawing
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Mathematical Content: Bridge to Algebra

Pedagogy: Singapore Math

Language: Singapore Math>

Pedagogy: Model Lesson 
Standards, 5th Grade: AF 1.2, Use a letter to represent an unknown number; write and evaluate simple algebraic expressions in one variable by substitution
Content Objective: You will be able to write an expression to represent a real world scenario, and when given the value of the variable can find the value of the expression.
Language Objective: Students will be able to use in speech and writing the following words: expression, variable, represent, substitution.
Click here to view the Model Lesson Pedagogy session from the Summer Institute
Review the video and complete the work assigned by the presenters, as if you were attending the institute. This should take approximately 90 minutes.
To complete the work, you will need the following handouts.
Handouts:

Language Act  Word Document

SDAIE Lesson Expressions  Word Document

Graphic Organizer  Word Document
Makeup Assignment
 Prepare a model lesson using the SDAIE template – approximately 90 minutes
 Present your model lesson – 60 to 120 minutes
 Analyze student data – approximately 60 minutes
 Write a reflection about the experience (1 to 2 pages) – approximately 90 minutes

Email completed work to Sudha.

Number Patterns

Big Ideas in Pattern Recognition
 Understand patterns and use mathematical models such as algebraic symbols and graphs to represent and understand quantitative relationships.
 Describe and extend numeric patterns
 Represent and analyze patterns and functions using words
Click here to view the Number Patterns session from the Summer Institute
Review the video and complete the work assigned by the presenter, as if you were attending the institute. This should take approximately 90 minutes.
Handouts:

Buttons  Word Document

Odd Numbers  Word Document
Makeup Assignment
 Prepare a pattern recognition lesson using the SDAIE template – approximately 90 minutes
 Present your model lesson – 60 to 120 minutes
 Analyze student data – approximately 60 minutes
If you are unable to implement the lesson plan in your own classroom, you may reflect on student samples from Inside Mathematics:

Student Work: Buttons

Student Work: Odd Numbers
 Write a reflection about the experience (1 to 2 pages) – approximately 90 minutes

Email completed work to Sudha.

Pascal's Triangle

Named after the French mathematician, Blaise Pascal (16231662), Pascal's Triangle is a visual organization of binomial coefficients. It is a useful tool for explaining Algebraic concepts and probabilities.
In this lesson, students will:
 Understand relations and functions, analyze mathematical situations, and use models to solve problems involving quantity and change.
 Describe classes of numbers according to characteristics such as the nature of their factors.
Click here to view the Pascal's Triangle session from the Summer Institute
Review the video and complete the work assigned by the presenter, as if you were attending the institute. This should take approximately 90 minutes.
Handouts:

Pascal's Triangle  Word Document
Makeup Assignment
 Develop a lesson based on Pascal's Triangle using the SDAIE template – approximately 90 minutes
 Present your model lesson – 60 to 120 minutes
 Analyze student data – approximately 60 minutes
If you are unable to implement the lesson plan in your own classroom, you may reflect on student samples from Inside Mathematics:

Student Work: Number Patterns
 Write a reflection about the experience (1 to 2 pages) – approximately 90 minutes

Email completed work to Sudha.

Comparing Gym Memberships

Analyze competing gym membership costs and compare using a graph
 Understand relations and functions, analyze mathematical situations, and use models to solve problems involving quantity and change.
 Understand number systems, the meanings of operations, and ways of representing numbers, relationships, and number systems
Click here to view the Comparing Gym Memberships session from the Summer Institute
Review the video and complete the work assigned by the presenter, as if you were attending the institute. This should take approximately 90 minutes.
Handouts:
Makeup Assignment
 Develop a Comparison lesson for your classroom using the SDAIE template – approximately 90 minutes
 Present your model lesson – 60 to 120 minutes
 Analyze student data – approximately 60 minutes
If you are unable to implement the lesson plan in your own classroom, you may reflect on student samples from Inside Mathematics:

Student Work: Gym Problem
 Write a reflection about the experience (1 to 2 pages) – approximately 90 minutes

Email completed work to Sudha.

Area and Perimeter

This problem gives you the chance to work with area and perimeter of rectangles.
Click here to view the Area and Perimeter session from the Summer Institute
Review the video and complete the work assigned by the presenter, as if you were attending the institute. This should take approximately 90 minutes.
Handouts:

Area and Perimeter  Word Document
Makeup Assignment
 Develop an Area and Perimeter lesson for your classroom using the SDAIE template – approximately 90 minutes
 Present your model lesson – 60 to 120 minutes
 Analyze student data – approximately 60 minutes
If you are unable to implement the lesson plan in your own classroom, you may reflect on student samples from Inside Mathematics:

Student Work: Area and Perimeter
 Write a reflection about the experience (1 to 2 pages) – approximately 90 minutes

Email completed work to Sudha.
