Reflection: Real World Applications Plan A Party! (Day 1) - Section 3: Close


I was surprised by how many students struggled with figuring out the prices of groceries. They wanted to buy 1 hamburger for 1 people, until I asked them what the other people were going to eat. I had other students who wanted to buy each person their own bottle of ketchup until we discussed the amount of ketchup each person needed and the possibility of sharing. I had a lot of conversations with students about how to determine what they needed, which is something next time I will address first in my mini-lesson. 

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Plan A Party! (Day 1)

Unit 10: Math in the Real World
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT apply math to real world situations accurately

Big Idea: Math in context makes much more sense

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