Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Graphing: Task - Section 2: Practice


Guiding student thinking is very difficult at times.  You can’t truly predict what the student is going to be thinking so it is hard to have explanations and perfect furthering questions prepared.  This is the part that I think effective teachers excel at; they are able to think on their feet of ways to get the information they are seeking.  They know ways to create the thought process in discovery.  This discovery through questioning is a technique that I think I will be working on until the end of my career.  How the student thinks is unpredictable but by arming yourself with guiding questions, you can get them to the point of self-discovery. 

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  Discourse and Questioning: Keep on Guiding
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Graphing: Task

Unit 7: Geometry
Lesson 18 of 22

Objective: Students will be able to represent a real world mathematical situation in a graph.

Big Idea: If you can think it, you can graph it!

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