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        CCMP3 - Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others

        In this module, you will view teachers encouraging their students to look at and improve the work of others and, thus acquire additional math skills. They explain their own work and defend their conclusions and thought processes to their fellow students. Teachers ask open ended questions to help students understand mathematic techniques of others and explain their own work. You will observe students breaking down real world problems by overcoming constraints and using logic to search for solutions.

        CCMP3 - Part 1 - Understanding and Using Viable Arguments

        In this segment, you’ll observe how a teacher can lead students to understand and build on previous lessons, critique the work of others, and acquire key mathematical terms to aid in their mathematical skill building.

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        CCMP3 - Part 2 - Communicating Clearly

        This segment will show you why students must use clear communication to help others understand their math practices and receive precise feedback to help them hone their mathematical skills.

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        CCMP3 - Part 3 - Using Data to Construct and Argument

        In this segment, students use inductive reasoning and context to show how data proves their mathematical conclusions.

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        CCMP3 - Part 4 - Critiquing the Reasoning of Others

        In this segment, students critique the work of others. They look for flawed reasoning and determine if an answer to a problem is correct. They examine the work to see if it can be improved upon and at the same time learn important mathematical processes by finding miscues in the mathematical reasoning of others.

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        CCMP3 - Part 5 - Students Critique the Arguments of Others

        Two students look at the same problem and solve it in completely different ways. The students have to decide if there is only one way to solve a problem.

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