In math we went over multiplying using the standard algorithm. That is a fancy term for the numbers being on top of each other and you multiply vertically. In other words, it is the way people (like me) have been taught for ages. I did 2x2 and 2x3 and tomorrow I will do a review of it before covering the lattice method. I would like for the students to have a good understanding of different strategies to multiply so that they can in turn, use the one that they feel the most comfortable with.
Once we did the mini-lesson, we moved to Nearpod. This one was student-paced....
In science we did a reflection on yesterday's experiment and tomorrow we will continue.
In literacy, the focus was on Theme. We did a warm-up mini-lesson together before doing Nearpod.
The answer is A because the lesson, the over-all "big picture" is that one should put things away when finished. The other two answer choices involve either a supporting detail or an inference.