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Part A

Observing Student Communication
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We've just seen how one student communicated about the solution to a problem. Here is another example that includes group work on a related problem.


Start with a scalene triangle, that is, a triangle with three sides of different lengths. Make one cut, and rearrange the pieces to make a parallelogram. How do you know the figure is a parallelogram?


Scalene Triangle

Think about how a teacher would set up this problem. What might student solutions sound like?

Next  Observe this problem in a real classroom

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