Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Modeling with Percents - Section 1: Launch


This POD was a problem I will use again. 2/3 is a fraction that students seemed to be comfortable with today. I saw people divide the number of students by 3 and multiply by two. Though I wanted them to multiply by the fraction, I was happy to see their willingness to try. A fraction they were familiar with and comfortable using may have changed the resistance so I am happy.

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  Adjustments to Practice: I use use this problem again.
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Modeling with Percents

Unit 2: Number System
Lesson 10 of 12

Objective: SWBAT draw percent equivalents using reasoning.

Big Idea: The Big Idea of this lesson is that students will use reasoning and modeling to find percent representation.

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