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• ### Sara Mason

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July 8, 2020 at 3:07 pm in reply to: Lesson 6-7 Question

Every day does not have to be fun for all students, but if we are able to create a classroom culture and spark their curiosity just one day out of the year then that’s worth it for me. I want my students to find math relevant in their lives and I’m hoping this framework will help.

• ### Sara Mason

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July 7, 2020 at 1:59 pm in reply to: Lesson 6-4: Questions

I think my school is leaning towards all teachers giving the same homework. If we do a 3 act math task and the homework is out of the book will this work?

• ### Sara Mason

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July 7, 2020 at 1:43 pm in reply to: Lesson 6-3: Questions

If there are no review days, are students told to practice on their own? If so, how do they practice?

• ### Sara Mason

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July 6, 2020 at 2:26 pm in reply to: Lesson 6-2: Question

I heard this idea of retrieval practice on a couple of different podcasts that I listen to. I like brining that idea into the spiraling of the math order of concepts.

• ### Sara Mason

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June 19, 2020 at 3:01 pm in reply to: Lesson 4-2: Automaticity vs. Memorization

In the long run yes, I want students to memorize certain things. I’m always torn when a middle or high schooler does not know them and they are letting it hold themselves back mentally. I think it is a great point that we memorize things that have no reference to them. I never thought about the alphabet being an order that has no reason to be that order, but numbers are in that order for a reason.

• ### Sara Mason

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June 19, 2020 at 2:42 pm in reply to: Lesson 4-1: The Stages of Mastery Action

I first thought about finding the slope of a line on a graph. There is a lot of prior knowledge there and I have really only taught it through memorizing rise or run then reduce. I could only think of stages 4 and 5.