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Your input would help me see if I’m on the right track. If I’m considering the topic of proportions, I always think of similar triangles. Would it be spiraling to do those consecutively since similar triangles is a standard in geometry rather than ratios/rates/proportions? Or do I keep them in different cycles because hitting similar triangles later brings up proportions again?
Thanks!
I am glad to hear there are different levels of spiraling. It makes it less daunting since we also really don’t know what the fall would look like. Additionally, looking at the spreadsheet of your long range plan gave me hope that spiraling doesn’t have to change strands each and every day if two learning goals work together really nicely right next to each other.