**Chorale Count Discussion Frames**

**Chorale Count Discussion Frames**

Think about that for a minute...

What is the sequence...?

We are going to count out-loud...?

We're going to stay together as we count out loud...?

I'm going to chart it up as we are counting, so we can't count faster than I can write.

What number is going to come next...?

How do you know...?

What is the sequence...?

We are going to count out-loud...?

We're going to stay together as we count out loud...?

I'm going to chart it up as we are counting, so we can't count faster than I can write.

What number is going to come next...?

How do you know...?

__Our Ideas for Supporting All Students to Share Thoughts__-Have students write their thoughts on a post-it note or index card.

-Show students' thinking under the document reader.

-To support students' math thinking, have them turn-and-talk using an important math vocabulary word

-Model effective and non-effective turn-and-talks

-Circle back to different students' strategies for making mental math work for them

-Show students' thinking under the document reader.

-To support students' math thinking, have them turn-and-talk using an important math vocabulary word

-Model effective and non-effective turn-and-talks

-Circle back to different students' strategies for making mental math work for them

__Vocabulary To Try__

__Vocabulary To Try__

**multiplication**: groupings, groups of, repeated addition, doubling, tripling, etc., commutative property (1 x 5 = 5 x 1) or (3 + 1= 1 + 3)

**possible words to use when discussing equality:**what is left of the equal sign is the same value or amount as what is right of the equal sign

__Possible Number Talks__

30 - 18

63 - 28

133 - 27

63 - 28

133 - 27

__Suggested Math Language for Which One Doesn't Belong__

-To support students' learning of the coordinate plane and graphing, you can coach students to refer to each square as Quadrant I, Quadrant II, Quadrant III, and Quadrant IV.

-To support students' understanding of fraction.

-Suggested connections to every day life:

-fair-sharing items

-money

(i.e. $0.10 is one-tenth or 10 hundredths of one dollar)

(i.e. $0.04 is four-hundredths of a dollar)

-reading the clock

-cooking with measuring cups