# Decide & Defend - Fostering Math Practices

Decide & Defend WHAT: Interpret math work, decide if you agree or disagree, draft, and defend your decision. WHY: To build the mathematical habits of interpreting, deciding and defending (i.e., to think and work like mathematicians) Decide & Defend Interpr

et the Work Decide Draft Defend Reflect

on Learnin g Interpret the Work Think Pair Share

What is the question they are answering? What did they do? What did they find? What is the question they are answering? INSERT Task that is the basis for the

worked example What is the question they are answering? What did they do? INSERT WORKED EXAMPLE

What did they find? I think they INSERT WORKED EXAMPLE What do you

think they did? First they next... then... INSERT WORKED EXAMPLE

They found by Decide if the Work is Correct Think Pair

Annotate Decide if the Work is Correct Ask yourself Does the answer make sense? Does the process make sense?

Are the calculations correct? Decide if the Work is Correct I think the work is correct/incorrect because Im not sure if the work is correct because

Draft your Defense Prepare what youll show Prepare what youll say Defend your Decision Defender We decided the work is correct/incorrect

because Skeptic I agree/disagree with your defense because Were still not sure about.

A question I have is Defend your Decision Defender We decided the work is correct/incorrect because Were still not sure about.

Skeptic I agree/disagree with your defense because A question I have is Reflect on learning Next time I interpret someone elses work, I will pay attention to

Next time I interpret someone elses work, I will ask myself When convincing a skeptic, I learned to . A new math idea I learned is

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