Level 4: I can show more than one way to find a solution to the problem.
Level 3: I can describe or illustrate how I arrived at a solution in a way that the reader understands without talking to me.
Level 2: I can find a correct solution to the problem.
Level 1: I can ask questions to help me work toward a solution to the problem
Which of the directions can you follow exactly to construct the line of reflection? Are there any that need clarification?
Students wrote first and then constructed their lines of reflection. I used the Class Capture feature of TI-Nspire Navigator to watch. We’ve spent longer on this task in the past, but this year, I only had about 5 minutes for a whole class discussion. Whose work would you select for the whole class to see?
We started with Kaelon’s construction.
How is Holly’s construction different? Can you tell what Holly did?
How is Phillip’s different? Can you tell what he did?
We are well on our way towards learning how to “describe or illustrate a solution in a way that the reader understands without talking to me”, as the journey continues …