Anticipation Guides

Have you ever used anticipation guides in your classroom?  An anticipation guide is a chart of statements about a topic you are working on.  Today, we were discussing comparing whole numbers. Our anticipation guide had statements about comparing numbers {some true & some false}.  To activate learning, students discussed the statements and decided (as a class) if the statement was true or false.  Once the lesson was over, we went back to the guide and reflected on our learning by deciding again (some stayed the same while some were changed).  This is what ours looked like after our lesson today.

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