Today I bring you an excellent video for getting students thinking about math. I like this one, because it seems to Jeopardy the situation, giving you an answer, for which you have to determine a question. Check it out:
First found on Dan Meyer‘s 101qs site, it piques the student’s interest, and they start to use math language without even thinking about it.
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May this version of Japanese multiplication blow your mind, as it did mine.