## Reflection: Data Analysis Which coin is which? - Section 4: Independent Practice

Check out an example of some student's work, as well as hear some of the other potential student responses you might have, in my reflection video. Going through student work like this helps me look for trends within my own classroom, and helps me differentiate work for the next day!

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# Which coin is which?

Unit 14: Time is Money: Hitting all the MD Standards
Lesson 6 of 14

## Big Idea: Show me the money! Students will identify differences between the coins and sort them into like groups.

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### Amanda Cole

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