Reflection: Rigor Shopping for a Pound! - Section 4: Guided Practice


To increase the rigor of this lesson, I could have provided students with another product/scenario to practice independently on their own at their desks. Instead of allowing students to Turn & Talk, during this time, I could have asked students to raise their hands when ready to be corrected. One of the most powerful and rigorous learning opportunities in a classroom is when a teacher says, "You're doing great, but you're not quite there! Keep Trying!" This can be frustrating for kids, but I try to take a very positive approach. Students need opportunities to grapple with problems and to develop perseverance (Math Practice 1). 

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Shopping for a Pound!

Unit 1: Measuring Mass and Weight
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT solve real world problems involving pounds and ounces.

Big Idea: In order to further develop students' understanding of measurement units, it is important to provide students with opportunities to solve problems involving measurement.

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