## Reflection: Continuous Assessment Expressions Opening - Section 1: Launch

My Favorite No is always a "hook" for students. They like the possibility of their answer being chosen along with the possibility of their response NOT being chosen. Writing expressions to represent the same value is tough and we built correct representations. Pointing out why some of the expressions were not correct was helpful to the students who had some confusion.

MY favorite no is becoming their favorite!
Continuous Assessment: MY favorite no is becoming their favorite!

# Expressions Opening

Unit 5: Simplifying Expressions
Lesson 6 of 12

## Big Idea: Students will be assessed to determine what they already know about writing equivalent expressions.

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