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  • Kerri Brodie

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    March 22, 2022 at 9:54 pm

    I am really excited to try a lesson like this with my students. I like the idea of using the anticipation template as a tool during the class (although I did find it very tricky to figure out different ways). I typically just circulate around and try to remember which groups’ work I want to bring up. I think it will help me really solidify and keeps things moving at a productive pace if I use the guide while monitoring to help me with the selecting and sequencing steps. I like the idea too because it will let me choose student work to showcase for groups that may not typically have the “mathiest” way of doing it but still have a way that works. This lesson really resonates with me and helps me see how I will get to the learning goal at the end of the lesson by helping students make the connections.