Reflection: Is that a Fact? - Section 4: Share/Discuss/Analyze


I find that having the students share their work gives another opportunity for teaching.  Just having students work on an assignment without going over it defeats the purpose.  When the students share, it gives them another opportunity to share their voice by justifying their answers.  When students get a chance to respond to what a student has shared, this gives that student a chance to critique the reasoning of others.  This type of "talk" in the classroom is creating an environment of critical thinkers.

  Why Share?
  Why Share?
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Is that a Fact?

Unit 9: Multiplication and Division Meanings
Lesson 8 of 15

Objective: SWBAT use factors to solve real-world multiplication problems.

Big Idea: Knowing multiplication and division facts help with problem solving.

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