## Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Multiplying Integers - Section 3: Summary

The exits tickets worked like a charm. I'm not sure if it is all of the work and discussion we have had with integers up to this point or that understanding multiplication is simpler, but the exit ticket showed understanding. I will revisit the "rules" we have talked about in the work with addition and subtraction but there is an understanding there and I want to build on that.

Worked like a charm
Discourse and Questioning: Worked like a charm

# Multiplying Integers

Unit 4: Integers
Lesson 7 of 13

## Big Idea: Can we create a set of rules to use when we multply signed integers?

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