## Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Integer Subtraction Lab - Section 2: Explore

The Subtraction Lab was a little more self-sufficient than the Addition Lab. I think the explanation with the POD helped build some understanding before we started. I like the placement of this POD before the lab. It started them thinking and they took the ball and was able to run with it. I didn't have to do as much modeling as I did with the Addition Lab.

They're starting to get it!
Developing a Conceptual Understanding: They're starting to get it!

# Integer Subtraction Lab

Unit 4: Integers
Lesson 6 of 13

## Big Idea: Can we model our mathematics into a rule for our mathematics?

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