Reflection: Intervention and Extension Can You Translate That? - Section 1: Warm Up!


Several students had a hard time determining what they were comparing. some students wanted to perform the additive comparison when they should have been comparing the equation from a multiplicative stand-point. To fix this misconception I briefly went over some key words to help the students correctly identify the comparison form.

  What I noticed!
  Intervention and Extension: What I noticed!
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Can You Translate That?

Unit 1: Back To Understanding the Basics!
Lesson 6 of 16

Objective: SWBAT solve word problems involving multiplicative and additive comparison, e.g., by using drawings.

Big Idea: Student always ask me to translate something for them so they can understand better, In this lesson students will explore how to distinguish the correct comparison form needed in order to solve the given equation.

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Math, reasoning, discussions, illustration, key word
  60 minutes
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