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 The teacher uses instructional groups that are productive, engaging, and fully appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 The teacher's explanation of content is appropriate and connects with the students' prior knowledge of base ten materials.

 The teacher's explanation of content is appropriate and connects with the student's prior knowledge by stepping him from handson materials to the abstract (written numbers).

 Teacher monitors the progress of groups of students in their work, using simple prompts to elicit information about the work from the students.

 Teacher creates a topic around which students can have a discussion without teacher oversight.

 Teacher creates a discussion among students in pairs that requires prediction.

 Teacher's directions and procedures are clear to students, as evidenced by their immediate and focused work.

 Teacher uses physical resources skillfully, with space for active learning and a number bonds floor covering.

 Teacher uses physical resources skillfully, and the furniture arrangement provides open space for physically active learning.

 Teacher gives clear directions and models the performance for the students.

 Teacher's directions have been clearly demonstrated to the students using visuals. A procedure is in place for returning to seats.

 The teacher's directions are clear to students as she asks them to help her perform the actions in a story.

 Teacherstudent interactions are friendly and demonstrate general caring and respect. Teacher connects the activity to something that is important to the student. The other students in the class are...

 Transitions occur smoothly, with teacher giving instructions for next steps before moving the students into small groups onto the next task.

 Transitions occur smoothly, with little loss of instructional time, as teacher explicitly guides students to cap their markers and moves them to the rug in small groups.

 Transition occurs smoothly as teacher guides students step by step to clean up one activity and to prepare for the next, before moving them to the rug in small groups.

 The teacher guides students quietly back to small groups, creating a quick and smooth transition, with little loss of instructional time.

 Teacher response to misbehavior is appropriate and successful and respects the student's dignity by asking him to rethink his actions and find a different way to behave.