SEPT 26,2014. LT: Habit: Compare Ideas and Logic Do Now:

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<p>Sept 26,2014</p> <p>Sept 26,2014LT: Habit: Compare Ideas and LogicDo Now:</p> <p>Do Now: Private reasoning timeOn your own, build these three figures using your tiles.</p> <p>What would the forth figure look like? Sketch all four cases in your journal. Where do you see the pattern is growing ? I noticeA pattern I see is..</p> <p> Practice explaining! Someone is going to read your work!A/b Partner SharePartner A and B trade journals.</p> <p>Partner A and B take private reasoning to read over each others work. </p> <p>Partner A: What I understand about your work is( do not talk b)I have a question aboutPartner B: Clarifies their work</p> <p>SWAPStudents Share WorkTableCase NumberWhat I seeNumber of tiles12345678In your journal, create this table. </p> <p>In the what I see column explain how you do the math to figure out the columns. Working with a partnerContinue the pattern.</p> <p>1) How would you figure out what the 20th case would look like? The 100th? Can you do this without building it each time?</p> <p>2) How could you write a rule or equation for the pattern?AlgebraNumber TalkUse this number talk to model the distributive property draw an area model if someone suggests 45(100-2)</p> <p>10Do Now : Private Reasoning TimeCreate a visual representation of : 4(27)</p> <p>What connections can you make to our problem from yesterday?++++xxA/b Partner SharePartner A and B trade journals.</p> <p>Partner A and B take private reasoning to read over each others work. </p> <p>Partner A: What I understand about your work is( do not talk b)I have a question aboutPartner B: Clarifies their work</p> <p>SWAPStudents Share WorkGrowth MindsetWe are going to continue to look at Stanfords research on myths about math. </p> <p>Be ready to reflect about the video.</p> <p>https://class.stanford.edu/courses/Education/EDUC115-S/Spring2014/courseware/47b428db4c334d46a5a54dcaaefe8960/b46dd45ae5074886aec23587330b8cb1/</p> <p>ReflectionWhat was the most important message that you heard?</p> <p>Choose one or two and explain why it was important to you. Be ready to explain your thinking to your partner. </p>

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