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Respecting Others' Thinking: How Many Squares?

Unit 1: Creating Classroom Culture to Develop the Math Practices
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: SWBAT analyze a given set of figures, recognize patterns, and make generalizations.

Big Idea: Students will use inductive reasoning as they try to explain patterns and solve the "How Many Squares?" problem while engaging in the mathematical practice standards.

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