Reflection: Try, Check, Revise - Section 4: Closure


I remember being in elementary school and learning all types of strategies to do math.  Those strategies are still relevant today.  I want my students to learn ways to solve problems that will make them competitive in the job market.  I have noticed with my students that the more they practice on a high-order skill, the better they become at thinking.   I will continue to teach strategies that will help my students in the future.

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Try, Check, Revise

Unit 6: Problem-Solving Strategies
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use the strategy try, check, and revise to solve real-world problems.

Big Idea: When you come up with an answer, you need to check it. If it is not corerct, go back and revise to find the correct answer.

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