*BIG Ideas:*

- There are many mathematical concepts and processes to solve equation
- Strategy involves thinking and breaking the calculation into separate, equivalent, and coherent ways
- Listening to students, recognizing common areas of confusion are essential for mathematics

*Essential Q's:*

- How should we represent information so that it is most helpful and understandable for others?
- How applicable are math skills in the real world?
- How do we translate mathematics into English?

- Jaclyn Dellisanti on Lesson Plan (): BIanca, I like how your lesson builds on the previous ones and go in the...
- Duffy Brennan on Lesson Plan (): This is a good first draft. It covers most of the requirements in part, now I...
- Christina Katechis on Lesson Plan (): Hi Bianca, This is a good start. I would suggest adding more fluff in your...
- Olivia Difusco on Lesson Plan (): Hi Bianca, I think that you have a really good start here. I...

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Olivia DifuscoHi Bianca,

I like how your essential questions that you listed are very much student focused. I think students would be delighted in learning about how "applicable" the math skills their learn are in the real word. Also, translating mathematics into English is a cool way of saying that math is confusing. I believe sometimes math is so confusing that it sounds foreign to me. So, to put mathematics into easy to understand, english language, it'd probably be very beneficial.

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Gerald ArditoBianca,

These are really well done.