# Learn & Implement Standards for Math Practice

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Explore this site to learn more about the Common Core Standards for

Mathematical Practice (SMP) and how they can be connected to the

content standards. Use our Illustrations, centered on student

dialogues, to see the Standards for Mathematical Practice in

action.

Each Illustration of the Standards for Mathematical

Practice (SMP) consists of several pieces. While the primary use of

Illustrations is for teacher learning about the SMP, some

components are designed for classroom use with students.

Below is a

breakdown of what can be found in each Illustration. Mathematics

Task: A mathematical problem or question that supports the

mathematical practices.

Student Dialogue: A dialogue of students

with distinct mathematical personalities working together on the

mathematical task. The dialogue shows the SMP in action, as they

connect to mathematical content. Grade Level and Standards:

Information about the Standards for Mathematical Practice and

Content that are highlighted by the dialogue and the grade range

that is represented.

Teacher Reflection Questions: Questions for

teacher reflection on the mathematical practices and mathematical

content found in the student dialogue.

Mathematical Overview: A

narrative explaining the prominent SMP found in the Student

Dialogue and providing analysis of the deeper mathematical ideas

brought up in the students' reasoning.

Student Materials: Suggested

student discussion questions about the dialogue and related

mathematics tasks to use with students to encourage reasoning and

the use of the SMP.

Comments: Discussion about the Illustrations by

users via public commenting. Please register to leave a comment.

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Mathematical Practice (SMP) and how they can be connected to the

content standards. Use our Illustrations, centered on student

dialogues, to see the Standards for Mathematical Practice in

action.

Each Illustration of the Standards for Mathematical

Practice (SMP) consists of several pieces. While the primary use of

Illustrations is for teacher learning about the SMP, some

components are designed for classroom use with students.

Below is a

breakdown of what can be found in each Illustration. Mathematics

Task: A mathematical problem or question that supports the

mathematical practices.

Student Dialogue: A dialogue of students

with distinct mathematical personalities working together on the

mathematical task. The dialogue shows the SMP in action, as they

connect to mathematical content. Grade Level and Standards:

Information about the Standards for Mathematical Practice and

Content that are highlighted by the dialogue and the grade range

that is represented.

Teacher Reflection Questions: Questions for

teacher reflection on the mathematical practices and mathematical

content found in the student dialogue.

Mathematical Overview: A

narrative explaining the prominent SMP found in the Student

Dialogue and providing analysis of the deeper mathematical ideas

brought up in the students' reasoning.

Student Materials: Suggested

student discussion questions about the dialogue and related

mathematics tasks to use with students to encourage reasoning and

the use of the SMP.

Comments: Discussion about the Illustrations by

users via public commenting. Please register to leave a comment.

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## Topics and Grades

**Grade: **4 to Adult Learning

**Topics: **Mathematics

## Resource Pedagogy

**Resource Type/Classification: **

- Interactives
- Teacher Materials
- Reproducibles
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**Tool for: **Administrators, Teachers

**Beneficiary: **Students