Repeating Reasoning & Flexible Thinking Shows Proficiency - Section 1: Mathematical Evidence

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Math Maps (Part 3)

Unit 6: Bringing It All Together
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT make mathematical statements about a given location on a route.

Big Idea: Students use mathematical statements to write encouraging statements for a service learning project.

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