## Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Vocabulary Word Problems - Section 2: Explore

Students needed an example to demonstrate creating problems that moved away from simple computation and required them to think. What did they want to know? What steps did they want the person solving the problem to take? What kind of situation would they describe? Could they find the answers themselves was the most important question I posed to them? It was a good, thinking activity. Students responded well to becoming the authors of the problems too!

An example helped
Diverse Entry Points: An example helped

# Vocabulary Word Problems

Unit 10: 3-D Measurements
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## Big Idea: Now that you know what they mean, do you know how to use them?

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### Jada Jackson

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