@Loc: CarlaJim/garden2.cha
@PID: 11312/t-00001781-1
@Begin
@Languages: eng
@Participants: T Teacher, G Student, S Student
@ID: eng|CarlaJim|T|||||Teacher|||
@ID: eng|CarlaJim|G|||||Student|||
@ID: eng|CarlaJim|S|||||Student|||
@Media: garden2, video
@Date: 15-MAY-2003
*T: So, ▶
if you knew x and y, does that help you ▶
would you be able to figure out how many laps? ▶
*S: Yeah. ▶
*S: If xxx you know how many feet are in a mile. ▶
*T: So, if that's going to get it for you, then that's good ▶
&=rising intonation. ▶
*T: Alright. ▶
*G: xxx ▶
So, how are you going to [//] what about the ▶
question marks? ▶
*T: xxx &=So, you guys don't need the question marks? ▶
*T: that's what I [/] I started with the question mark. ▶
*T: I did it completely different ▶
&=making_circular_motion_with_hand ▶
than you guys did. ▶
*T: I started with the question mark ▶
&=pointing_to_diagram ▶
and my question mark was my variable. ▶
*T: But, for <you guys> [/] you guys did it this way ▶
&=indicating_dimensions_of_inner_rectangle, ▶
and I don't see why that wouldn't work as wellâ†‘ . ▶
*T: So, ▶
I want you guys to go with your ▶
your way of doing this and go ▶
ahead and try to solve it. ▶
*T: So, ▶
write those two equations down ▶
&=motioning toward the equations ▶
and you're trying to figure out what x@l and y@l are. ▶
*T: You have got a system of equations ▶
&=indicating_them_on_board ▶
you have two equations. ▶
@End