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Some key points to look for- his timing, precision is expected, questioning of students, student discussion, student involvement.
This document explains what a Three Act Task is:
Organizer for you to Laminate:
Article and Planning Sheet for how to do Act 2:
A Peak Inside Jill Marsh’s 3rd Grade Classroom
This video is part of Sarasota County Schools’ “Making Sarasota #1 in Mathematics” grant program, funded by the Charles and Margery Barancik Foundation. In this lesson, Phillippi Shores Elementary School 3rd grade teacher, Jill Marsh, leads her students in an exercise on estimating the number of Skittles in a jar, a Three Act Task. The exercise teaches students to use and apply critical thinking, reasoning, and math skills to solve a real world problem.