Fact or Fib Showdown!

Report
Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
Each person
gets 2 Post-it
notes.
Write “fact”
on one note
and “fib” on
the other.
Hold one note
in each hand –
words toward
your palm.
The teacher
will present
a statement.
Step 5:
Participants
decide if the
statement is a fact
or a fib.
(5-10 seconds of
wait time).
Step 6:
When the teacher
says, “Showdown!”
participants slap
their answers down
into the middle of
the table.
Step 7:
Step 8:
Compare
and discuss
answers.
Teacher
verifies and
clarifies.
(Kagan, 2009)
x represents the
movement to left or
right.
2 Facts and a Fib
Consider the equation y = 2x + 50.
50 is a variable
50 is a constant
x is a variable
2 Facts and a Fib
Consider the equation
C = .2m + 125
 M could be 500
 M could represent the number of
motorcycles sold
 M could represent my brother, Mark

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