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A Common Core Standard: "Critique the reasoning of others"

A Common Core Standard: "Critique the reasoning of others"

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I was reading about the NYC gap apps challenge which is aims to build skills in the 8 Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice: *Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them *Reason abstractly and quantitatively *Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others *Model with mathematics *Use appropriate tools strategically *Attend to precision *Look for and make use of structure *Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning Has anyone effectively found a way to have students "critique the reasoning of others" or is this something that's in the common core but not used in practice?

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