Instructional Routines

Here for the first time? Interested in finding out more about instructional routines before diving into the examples below? Check out this page that describes our instructional routines.

Interested in finding a task for one of our routines? Use the filters below to look for instructional routines for particular courses and units.

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Description:
Use the language structure of situations to connect these to linear functions.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
3
Big Idea: Big Idea 1
Description:
Use the structure of a visual to connect it to a function by chunking the visual by color and by how it is changing/staying the same.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
3
Big Idea: Big Idea 1
Description:
Use the structure of a sentence and an expression to make connections between the language and the expression.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
3
Big Idea: Big Idea 1
Description:
Pay attention to the structure of where x’s are positioned on an number line to match it to an equation.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
3
Big Idea: Big Idea 3
Description:
Pay attention to the direction of arrows representing x on a number line to match it to an equation.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
3
Big Idea: Big Idea 3
Description:
This CR was created based on MC 10 from the JAN 2015 Regents Question. Students use the structure of a set of expressions to make connections to perimeter, area and related operations.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
3
Big Idea: Big Idea 3
Description:
The objective is to focus on the relationship between the type of situation and a graph, in particular how the situation defines the constraints and type of expected solution, and how this constraint is represented in the graph.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
4
Big Idea: Big Idea 1
Description:
Students will chunk systems of linear inequalities with and their graphs to make connections between the two.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
4
Big Idea: Big Idea 2
Description:
Use the structure of a systems of equations to decide which strategy works best for solving it.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
4
Big Idea: Big Idea 3
Description:
Use the structure of a system of equations to match it to another equivalent system of equations.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
4
Big Idea: Big Idea 3
Description:
Use the structure of a set of graphs and tables representing systems of equations to make matches between the graphs and tables.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Algebra I
Unit:
4
Big Idea: Big Idea 3
Description:
Students will be able to identify the key points created by constructing 2 circles. Students will explore the relationship between the size of constructed circles, the distance between them, and the way that the segment between the centers is cut.
Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations
Course:
Geometry
Unit:
1
Big Idea: Big Idea 1

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