Reflection: High Quality Task Interpreting Numerical Expressions - Section 2: Guided Practice

 

I had a few students ask some inferential questions which I didn't see in this problem. One student asked if Jennifer and Kristen were sisters, as it doesn't explicitly say so. A sister might have added another number as aspect to the problem. Another student also asked if each sister drank 2 bottles or 1 bottle of water from Kristen's cases of water. It's exciting for me when my students ask me questions that I hadn't thought about, therefore resulting in teachable moments. Authentic conversations between partners in a think pair share are important to pay attention to as a Teacher, because what one students thinks others may as well. I'm sure to point out and correct any misconceptions immediately, and "brag on" students who use their inferences to problem solve.

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  High Quality Task: Inferencing
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Interpreting Numerical Expressions

Unit 2: Operations & Algebraic Thinking
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT interpret & compare numerical expressions without evaluating them.

Big Idea: Determine the inventory of water bottles for the tennis match!

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Math, order of operations, evaluate expressions
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