Reflection: Accountability Finding What's Missing - Section 1: Quick Check

We do a lot of modeling in our classroom of what accountable talk looks and sounds like. I introduce it at the beginning of the year, but we also continue to revisit the expectations throughout the year. It is important for students to understand how to ask questions, explain their thinking and how to participate in a classroom community

Accountable Talk
Accountability: Accountable Talk

Finding What's Missing

Unit 5: Multiply or Divide with Word Problems
Lesson 4 of 6

Big Idea: Students can solve real world problems using their understanding of multiplication and division and the relationship they share.

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Math, inverse relationship, 3rd, Critical Area, models, Fluency (Math)
50 minutes

Sarah Maffei

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