Work with your group to generate questions about the information in this image. Post ALL questions that your group generates.
On the home page of the website I wrote: "This summer has kept me busy traveling across the country working with teachers, How do you think the numbers 4 and 7 relate to me?"
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A palindrome is anumber that reads the same backwards as it does forwards. The number 2332 is an example of a palindrome. Read either way the number is the same.
To Make A palindrome, add any number to its reverse. If it is not yet a palindrome, reverse the didgets and add it to the answer. Continue reversing and adding until the answer becomes a palindrome.
The example on this card, 57, is a two-step palindrome because it is reversed and added two times to become a palindrome. 57
Work as a group to find all the numbers between 10-50 that can make a palindrome in two steps.
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Mr. Logie visited us on Thursday to share his experience of becoming deaf and then how cochlear implants assisted his hearing. What is one thing that you learned from Mr. Loagie? Use specific details from his presentation to support your thinking.