## Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Write It Wednesday Percents - Section 2: Explore

I think my students thought this would be an easy question for them to answer. We ended up having to look at the answer as a class before they could move on. I didn't want to work through the answer with them so we did a parallel example to help them think. The majority of the class decided that it would be the same amount. After they finished the question, the discussion then centered on why there was a difference. It was a rich, meaningful discussion as they proved why or why not.

This isn't as easy as it looks
Student Self-Assessment: This isn't as easy as it looks

# Write It Wednesday Percents

Unit 7: Percent Relationships
Lesson 6 of 18

## Big Idea: How big is that percent?

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