I did Always-Sometimes-Never (ASN) questions with my 6th graders. The kids were randomly paired up to work on placing 18 mathematical statements into appropriate columns: always true, sometimes true, and never true. The students were really involved in the discussion and coming up with examples. They had to translate some of the statements into equations or inequalities and defend their […]

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