Clip 7/11: Lesson - Part 6 Lipman School
The teacher poses the question: Is there a way to compare the rates without doing all the division and decimals needed to find the unit rate? Is there a simpler way that wouldn't require using your calculator? Talk it over with your group. During whole class discussion, one group interprets a simpler strategy for simplifying the ratio and converts the three rates to steps per 5 seconds. Another student converts all the rates to steps per 60 seconds.
COACH LINDA FISHER: Sometimes students need to step back from getting an answer and look at which strategy is easier to use with a given set of numbers. This clip shows the teacher posing a question that gets students to think about the ease of using different strategies.
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