Today at syndicate meeting we received feedback from our critical buddies.
CRITICAL BUDDY FEEDBACK
DATE: 7TH MARCH 2017
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WALT use tens frames to learn our basic facts
SC: I can use the tens frames and quickly add my numbers.
I can explain how I solved my problem.
I can interpret my working in an equation.
T models how to read the ten’s frames.
Dots on the Tens frame represent a number.
How do Tens frames help us to do mathematical calculations quickly in our heads?
Prompt students to solve an addition problem using tens frames.
Prompt students to use an equation for the problem.
Prompt students to share their mathematical thinking around solving a problem.
Solve addition and subtraction problems using Tens Frame
Taking to fluency using place value cards through imaging.
Use the tens frames to add or subtract two numbers.
Get quicker at solving problems.
NAME : ARCHANA
WHAT I LIKED
WHAT I TAKE AWAY FROM THIS LESSON
Using materials from lesson for follow up task. Great way to allow children the opportunity to practice what they have just learned.
Rich discussion. In depth explanation from children about their understanding.
More use of materials in follow up tasks.
Sitting at same level to students encourages discussion
Having students respond to the frames.
“How did you know it was four?” Students having to explain in their own words.
Great that you can have students explaining their different strategies.
I know that 4+6 = 10
It is a clever cognitive strategy flashing the cards and having them remember.
Having students explain understanding is awesome.
Why do you think these ten frames are important? - putting it back on the students
“Can I have an equation for that?” - great opportunity for showing strategies and learning
“So tens frames teaches you what?” - bringing it back to them and showing them the importance
Great follow up task - shows imaging and how they can combine their learning.
Using talk moves to have different students answer and grow in confidence
Using positive framing of questions “You are still learning about tens frames” for student voice.
Having students use cognitive strategies by recognising patterns
Using names of the material - tens frames.
How did you know?
I like that you showed them quickly - encouraging instant recognition instead of thinking and analysing.
Subitising is an important mental strategy.
Good that you built on from the Youcubed lessons about maths thinking - multiple ways of thinking are accepted and encouraged.
Awesome follow up - still using materials but in a different way.
Could extend by getting them to write 6+4=10 for each one.
-Getting student voice - what were you learning to do today? Do you think you achieved it?