Reflection: Real World Applications Estimate Products - Section 3: Concept development


 As seen in this reflection video, this lesson went well.  If I had to rate it on a scale of 1 to 10 for fun factor, this lesson scores fairly low.  This is one of those lessons in which I wanted to to deliver information about estimation and multiplication , with some time for application, but less time for investigation.  I plan to incorporate some investigative problems in the near future in which students will have several opportunities to estimate and multiply. 


  Estimation is challenging
  Real World Applications: Estimation is challenging
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Estimate Products

Unit 2: Multiplication with Whole Numbers
Lesson 18 of 22

Objective: SWBAT use estimation and multiplication to check reasonableness of answers and solve real world problems.

Big Idea: Students use estimation to check answers as well as explore estimation in real world contexts.

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