**#WCYDWT**

What can you do with

*this*?

Why would a teacher use

*this*?

How would you use

*this*in your class?

What would you add? subtract? replace? other?

How would you use the information from student performance on

*this*?

How could

*this*be used as a pre-assessment? an assessment? an intervention?

Take a few minutes to complete each day. What do you notice?

*Hint*:

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Answer as many or as few of these questions... or feel free to add your own.

**This**:

Thanks in advance!

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It's eye catching, I like the formatting of it. The visual of solving for x is interesting. I'd take out a few of the problems and have kids explain their process instead.

ReplyDeleteThanks Mathy. I thought about less.

DeleteIt's still early and I haven't finished my coffee, so forgive me if I'm not seeing it correctly... In question one, is the x representing the area of the smaller rectangle or is it representing a dimension of that rectangle?

ReplyDeletex represents a dimension of the rectangle. Therefore, Monday's #1, the value of x would be 4. Any suggestions? Thanks for asking.

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