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This is when the teachers puts all of the student’s hard work together and show how they relate to each other. I think it is a good opportunity to let students judge their peers way of thinking and ask questions to get a better understanding. In the book, 5 practices orchestrating productive mathematics discussion, it tells us that we can use this time to get students to compare their peers’ explanations (Smith & Stein, 2011). The sixth practice or zero practice is setting goals and selecting tasks. In this section of the book, 5 practices orchestrating productive mathematics discussion, it tells us that it is important to pick goals that will show the students the task they will master when they finish the lesson. Then, it tells us how important it is to select a task at the peak of Bloom’s Taxonomy (Smith & Stein, 2011). I see that it we need to get students to dig deeper and critically think about each topic. This will motivate the students to want to learn in the