## Reflection: Trust and Respect Road Trip - Section 1: Launch

"My Favorite No" was a big hit! I was able to keep it anonymous, reminding them not to yell out if they recognized the handwriting. I also cautioned them not to let it show on their faces if they recognized their own paper.  That way we could focus on the

We love My Favorite No!
Trust and Respect: We love My Favorite No!

# Road Trip

Unit 2: Number System
Lesson 5 of 12

## Big Idea: The big idea is that students are combining skills learned with thinking and reasoning skills to make decisions to solve problems.

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### Jada Jackson

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