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PUZZLING

PARTNER PAIRS
Rayn Destin Indya Brent Lamariyee Correanna Dezirae Victoria

Nevaeh

Rayna

Lukas

Dezirae

Bernardo

KyJuan

Brooklyn

Joel

Sarina

Alex

Precious

Victoria

What do I need to do?


1. Find my Partner Pair. 2. Sit in my partner pair seat. 3. I should only have a pencil at my desk and nothing else. 4. Share an Info Item. (Tell your partner

Transition Time

5. When the timer ends, put eyes up front and turn my voice down to 0.

one thing about yourself that they might not know about you yet.)

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PUZZLING
During the next two weeks

we will be solving and discussing multiplication puzzles.


Multiplication is a necessary skill to solve real-life situations. Being able to express your thinking in mathematics is extremely important because it is how you build off one anothers ideas and how you learn. Simply being able to do a problem does not show that you are a master at it. Instead, being able to explain and show someone else how to do it does.

WHY?
Importance Outside of School

IOS
Riding your bike. Doing the dishes. Halloween candy.

PUZZLING
In an hour
You will have been able to apply the discussion skills of Reply, Reason, and Reflect by discussing, as a class, a puzzle problem that you have solved with their partner pair. You will use prompt discussion starter cards to engage in a full class discussion where you will verbally share your ideas, ask questions, and make comparisons.

Today
1. Finish Partner Puzzle Problem
WHY?

Some of you need time to finish working on your problem, use this time to do so. If you are already finished, it is important to review concepts you already learned or just recently learned to help make connections between old and new information.

2. Gallery Walk
WHY?

We get better in our own puzzling skills when we look at how other people solved the problem and compared it to how we solved it.

3. Review the Discussion Rs


WHY?

Knowing and being able to use the different ways to respond respectfully in conversation is the next step in being able to have a successful discussion.

4. Puzzle Discussion Full Class


WHY?

Discussing helps us build our own knowledge and understanding.

PARTNER PUZZLE PROBLEM


Playing Stop the Clock is a lot of fun but the host wants to add a new element to the game. He was thinking of adding points for every correct answer. If each question is worth 15 points and your team answered 13 questions correctly, how many total points would he have to give your team?

SOLVE IT DRAW IT DRAW IT ANOTHER WAY WRITE IT

What do I need to do?


1. Work with my partner pair to finish solving the partner puzzle problem.
Playing Stop the Clock is a lot of fun but the host wants to add a new element to the game. He was thinking of adding points for every correct answer. If each question is worth 15 points and your team answered 13 questions correctly, how many total points would he have to give your team?

Work Time

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Put your paper on the edge of your desk. This is a gallery it is important to be quiet in a museum because it is a place to think about what you are looking at. Be kind and considerate to the people around you and allow them to think. If you become a disruption, you will be asked to leave the gallery.

What do I need to do?


1. Walk around the room and take a look at my classmates solutions. 2. How did they solve it? 3. Did I solve it in a similar way or did I do something different? 4. This is a Gallery Walk NO TALKING. 5. When the timer ends, return to my seat and sit quietly.

GALLERY WALK

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CLASS DISCUSSION

Productive Partner Pair Properties


TEAMWORK
Participation
- Both Greg and Rowley participated in planning the haunted house.

ACTIVE LISTENING
- The boys nodded to let Greg know that they understood the change in the price.

RESPONDING RESPECTFULLY
Use their name - Rowley used Gregs name when he responded to him. Be positive and encourage

Use listening body language

Stay on topic and on task - Greg asked Rowley to talk about coconuts later and helped him get back on topic and on task. Building off others ideas
- Greg and Rowley built off each others ideas when they came up with the death slide for the acid lake.

Ask questions to understand

- Rowley asked Greg questions when he didnt understand what was happening while Greg was describing the TV show.

- Greg told Rowley that his glow stick would help them see in the dark on Snake Road.

Listen, think, and then respond


- Greg thought about what Rowleys dad was saying about the haunted Halloween house, and then responded to him.

Support opinions with evidence


- Greg told Rowley his costume was cool because it looked like the knight from his book.

CLASS DISCUSSION

Please quietly move to the back carpet area and make a circle.

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PUZZLING
Did you
apply the discussion skills of Reply, Reason, and Reflect by discussing, as a class, a puzzle problem that you had solved with their partner pair? Did you use prompt discussion starter cards to engage in a full class discussion where you verbally shared your ideas, asked questions, and made comparisons?

Identify and describe one of the discussion Rs that we learned about today. Give an example of something you could say during a math discussion using this R.