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It is summer break so I don’t have a class to try this on but I would have chosen Student Generated Solutions. I would achieve this by having 9 groups of 3 work on vertical white boards on a thinking problem and then have each group share out what they did. I did a version of this in Precalculus last month and had them write a trig function for a sinusoidal graph that I gave them containing minimal information. First they did it alone, then with small group, and then with half the class. 2 people then shared out the groups solutions and how there were multiple ways to write the equations using different transformations. It was powerful to hear from their peers and work together to get a solution.