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Planning Re-engagement

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Planning Re-engagement

This is a folder of resources, guides, and templates one can use when planning re-engagement lessons. Re-engagement lessons are lessons where students look at examples of student work to go back to a familiar problem or task and look at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or go deeper into the mathematics.

Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 1)

Algebra II
Unit 1: Families of Functions
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 1)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 2)

Algebra II
Unit 2: Exponential Functions
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 2)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 3)

Algebra II
Unit 3: Trigonometric Functions
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 3)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 4)

Algebra II
Unit 4: Rational and Polynomial Functions
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 4)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 5)

Algebra II
Unit 5: Probability
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 5)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 6)

Algebra II
Unit 6: Statistics (Inferences from Data)
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra II, Unit 6)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 1)

Algebra I
Unit 1: Modeling with Functions
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 1)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 2)

Algebra I
Unit 2: Linear and Exponential Functions
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 2)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 3)

Algebra I
Unit 3: Linear Equations and Inequalities in One Variable
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 3)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 4)

Algebra I
Unit 4: Linear Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 4)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 5)

Algebra I
Unit 5: Quadratic Functions
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Re-engagement Support (Algebra I, Unit 5)

Re-engagement means going back to a familiar problem or task and looking at it again in different ways, with a new lens, or going deeper into the mathematics. This is often done by showing examples of student work and providing prompts to help students think about the mathematical ideas differently. This guide provides more information on how to design re-engagement lessons for your students, which you can use at any time during a unit, where you think it will be helpful for students to revisit a specific mathematical idea before moving on.

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