Happy Monday! This might be one of my favorite #Made4Math Monday posts (of mine). I've very excited to share it with you :)
I've been reading Strength in Numbers by Ilana Horn and it talks about complex instruction throughout the book. I think these roles are based off of a complex instruction structure. However, I've modified them some on my own and a lot in regards to Elizabeth's post here. For the most part I stole Elizabeth's changes and them made a few small changes for myself.
Here are my cards:
I laminated them and put them as a set on a ring so that I can store them in the group storage totes. That way they are accessible to students whenever they need them.
I really like that they will be able to keep instructions for their role in front of them as the work in their groups. This will help remind them of their duties as well as encourage them to speak out to fulfill their obligations in whatever role they are in.
This is the first time I'm going to try group roles, and I'm pretty nervous! But these pretty things make me a little less nervous and a little more excited :) Let me know if you have any tips!
Here is a link to the file I used. It has one role description per page, 6 times. Then the last two pages are the role titles written larger, as you see on the "front" of the cards. (Note: the file will open in google drive, but you can download it to word if you would like.)
Thanks for reading and thanks for all the encouragement from those of you who saw the picture on twitter!