Reflection: Real World Applications Let's Share Equally - Section 2: Task


I enjoy using task to teach lessons.  This gives the students a break from the traditional book, paper, and pencil routine.  A task can be implemented in different ways.  I like for my students to have a chance to work in collaborative groups during the task.  This really  lets them achieve math practice 3 by discussing, analyzing, justifying, and critiquing reasoning throughout the conversation.  

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Let's Share Equally

Unit 9: Multiplication and Division Meanings
Lesson 15 of 15

Objective: SWBAT divide items equally among themselves.

Big Idea: To share equally means that we all have the same amount.

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