Student Confusion in the Classroom Lesson

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This lesson helps students articulate what it means to be confused in class, how we can fix our confusion, and then has them read an article by a teacher about how he deals with student confusion. They finally write a response to the article about what teachers should know about student confusion to help students learn best. 

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April 2017
November 2016
This looks great! I am planning on using it with my 8th grade math students tomorrow!! :)