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What made it work?
Why did you choose this strategy?
How did it happen?
How did you figure it out?
What did you do in your groups today?
What part of the activity make you feel confident/good?
What did you like best about the lesson?
How would you explain it to your partner?
What did you think about?
How did you figure out what to do?
What caused you problems?
How did you overcome them?
What do you think about...?
What proof do you have?
What do you now know about...?
How would you explain...?
How did you figure out what to do?
What did you learn by solving this problem?
What makes a good problem solver?
What did you learn from someone else about solving this problem?
How do you know...?
How could you show...?
How did you organize your search?
Explain your strategy?
Explain how you found a solution to the problem?
Explain how you could find the same solution in a different way?
Tell us about your solution sentence.
What strategies did you use to solve this problem?
What are some patterns did you notice?
How did you solve this problem?
What can you say about...?
What problem did you find most challenging?
Tell us about your different solution.
What are you thiking about when as you solved the problem?
How are these alike/different?
How did you get this answer?
Who solved the problem in a different way?
Explain how you thought about this problem?
Tell how you made your prediction?
How was this problem similar to solving...?
How did you start your solution strategy?
How did you have to change your plan of action?
If you were teaching this concept what would you change?
Explain your strategy for recording your responses.
How did you keep track of your information?
Was it difficult for you to...?
How did you find something different?
What relationship do you see?
Why did/didn't your prediction match your outcome?
What information helped you make your prediction?
Did you change your prediction as you gathered information?
How did you use the (name of manipulative) to set up the problem?
Did anyone have problems getting started? How did you solve the problem?
What is the most difficult thing about making a prediction?
What did you discover during this activity?
How can this be done using another strategy?
What would happen if you changed...?
When would you need to know this?
How could this concept help you at home?
What observation did you make?
What can you say about...?
What problem did you find most challenging?
Tell us about your different solution.
What are you thiking about when as you solved the problem?
How are these alike/different?
How did you get this answer?
Who solved the problem in a different way?
Explain how you thought about this problem?
Tell how you made your prediction?
How was this problem similar to solving...?
How did you start your solution strategy?
How did you have to change your plan of action?
If you were teaching this concept what would you change?
Explain your strategy for recording your responses.
How did you keep track of your information?
Was it difficult for you to...?
How did you find something different?
What relationship do you see?
Why did/didn't your prediction match your outcome?
What information helped you make your prediction?
Did you change your prediction as you gathered information?
How did you use the (name of manipulative) to set up the problem?
Did anyone have problems getting started? How did you solve the problem?
What is the most difficult thing about making a prediction?
What did you discover during this activity?
How can this be done using another strategy?
What would happen if you changed...?
When would you need to know this strategy?
How could this concept help you at home?
What observation did you make?
How would you explain the problem to your partner?
What did you learn in this lesson?
How do you overcome your problems?
What did you do in your groups today?