## Reflection: Conferencing Explain a double - Section 4: Wrap up

Sometimes I feel as if my wrap up time is very rushed and the document camera was acting funny (I figured out later that a button had acidently been hit and it wasn't projecting correctly).  We shared out at the carpet instead.

I had one student who did not have a partner.  This one is struggling to find a strategy that works.  When we worked on the previous lesson he struggled with writing a doubles fact.  I had him just record doubles facts different ways.  He was very successful with this.  HOORAY!

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Conferencing: Enough time

# Explain a double

Unit 1: Problem Solving Addition
Lesson 1 of 5

## Big Idea: Students can recite doubles, this lesson puts the doubles+1 strategy into action!

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### Carrie Clark

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