## Reflection: Student Ownership Crafting Story Problems (Day 3) - Section 2: Quick Check

My students love being the “teachers” and love coming up to solve problems. As students are working the problem out I walk around to see who is solving the problem in a unique way or who might be trying another strategy for solving. I like to vary the students who solve at the board so other students are exposed to different ideas for solving.

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Student Ownership: Student "teachers"

# Crafting Story Problems (Day 3)

Unit 7: Problem Solving
Lesson 4 of 6

## Big Idea: If students can write a word problem, they can break a word problem apart to make it easier to solve.

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### Sarah Maffei

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