Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Scale Matters I - Section 1: Lesson Beginning


The subtraction I saw indicates we have a lot of work to develop understanding of proportional reasoning with my students. Overwhelmingly, student did subtraction. 350-200 was the main solution. There didn't seem to be thought given to comparing pages.

  Subtraction is NOT the only answer
  Adjustments to Practice: Subtraction is NOT the only answer
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Scale Matters I

Unit 6: Proportional Relationships
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to analyze proportional relationships and use those relationships to solve problems.

Big Idea: Students will use proportional reasoning to find answers while working in a group. As students work in their groups there is opportunity to hear and take part in meaningful discussion to justify proportional reasoning.

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