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Barbie Bungee

After watching the Teaching Channel video and reviewing these five handouts, what are ways the Barbie Bungee project can go wrong and how can you make sure it goes right?

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— What is the hook? (Will it spill?)
— Can I make that question guessable?
— Can I illustrate it?
— Can I remove information to be added later?
— Can I validate their math?
— How could I extend this with a “sequel?”

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