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Eureka help: structure
Old 08-26-2019, 09:06 AM
 
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So how do you structure your Eureka block? I'm aware of all the parts, but I feel like I need to find a way to transition between the parts or provide more feedback after the problem set...

Anything you have is great.


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Old 08-26-2019, 07:15 PM
 
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I love Eureka and I'm saddened to move to Ready Math this year :/

That being said: I did sprints whenever we had time as morning work, and then I did small group lessons. I found that starting with my high kids worked best (rest of the kids were on Zearn, which aligns perfectly to Eureka) - I taught them the lesson and it usually was under 10 minutes. We would do 1 problem from the problem set and they would go back to their seats. If they were lost at any point, they came to whatever group I was with and I would either explain or they would listen to the lesson again. Then I met with my middles, same thing, then lows. At times, when the lesson is challenging, I would have the middles stay at the carpet to listen again. It worked out awesome this way!
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