## Reflection: Real World Applications Map My Path: Graph Points to Represent Problems - Section 4: Closure

The students enjoyed creating a path from their house to their friends house. My students were quite proficient with this lesson, and I figured that they would be. To further the practice, I had them create their own graph. When students create their own graphs they are learning even more. If a student has to explain their thoughts orally, then they have to ensure that their thinking/speaking makes sense to them before they "teach" another student. By using both of these strategies I feel that this lesson was successfully implemented.

Friend's Houses Assignment
Real World Applications: Friend's Houses Assignment

# Map My Path: Graph Points to Represent Problems

Unit 3: Geometry
Lesson 7 of 8

## Big Idea: Map your path to find your way with this coordinate plane.

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### Jessica Field

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