0@Loc: Moschkovich/one.cha1@PID: 11312/t-00001883-12@Begin3@Languages: eng4@Participants: DAV David Student, CAR Carlos Student, STE Steve Student,5TEA Teacher6@Options: CA7@ID: eng|Moschkovich|DAV|||||Student|||8@ID: eng|Moschkovich|CAR|||||Student|||9@ID: eng|Moschkovich|STE|||||Student|||10@ID: eng|Moschkovich|TEA|||||Teacher|||11@Media: one, video12*DAV: Mine is not going to be- ▶13*DAV: I don't know id I left some things out→ ▶14*CAR: okay→ ▶15*CAR: Today, okay→ ▶16*CAR: okay, ▶17today the groups, ▶18today the group travel forty five miles→ ▶19%gpx: Carlos reads his paper.20*DAV: Hold on we have to wait for Steve→ ▶21*CAR: Steve→ ▶22*CAR: Oh that's true, Steve is with us→ ▶23(0.3) ▶24*DAV: okay, you ready↗ ▶25*DAV: Give it to him→ ▶26*CAR: Today the group travel forty five miles and it took them five27hours→ ▶28*CAR: The group made the most progress in the hours of ▶29o@l point o@l and o@l point five→ ▶30*CAR: They made [/] they made the least progress in the hours of ▶31two point o@l and two point five→ ▶32*CAR: The group went further in the second half→ ▶33*CAR: In the second half ▶34the group went two hundred and twenty six miles ▶35and in the first one they only went ninty four miles→ ▶36(0.2)37*CAR: The way to define three things are to, ▶38oh no that's all, that's all ▶39I am done→ ▶40*CAR: Yes→ ▶41*DAV: +" you're done↗ ▶42(0.2)43*CAR: Go read yours→ ▶44%gpx: Carlos and David stare at Steve.45*STE: You go→ ▶46*CAR: You didn't do it↗ ▶47*STE: Yes I did→ ▶48*DAV: Mine is very short→ ▶49*DAV: Well the group travel forty five miles in five hours→ ▶50*DAV: Well the most progress was ▶51o@l point five to one point o@l ▶52and the least was ▶53two, this was two point o@l to two point five→ ▶54(0.2) ▶55*DAV: Well they got got farther in the second half ▶56by one hundred and ninety nine→ ▶57*DAV: That's what I got→ ▶58%gpx: David reads his paper.59*CAR: We've got like different answers→ ▶60*CAR: Steve↗ ▶61%gpx: Carlos turns to Steve.62*DAV: I don't know why↗ ▶63(0.3)64*STE: I did do it, I'm not lying→ ▶65(0.2)66*CAR: okay! ▶67%gpx: laughing68*DAV: Here's my graph→ ▶69*DAV: Did it come out like yours↗ ▶70%gpx: Turning his paper towards Carlos.71*CAR: I don't know→ ▶72%gpx: He lookays a both papers and compares graphs.73(0.2)74*DAV: I'll do mine→ ▶75*CAR: It's because you did it upwards→ ▶76%gpx: Sweeping his right hand, with his finger pointing up.77*DAV: Oh, you did→ ▶78(0.2) ▶79*TEA: &=approaches_the_group→ ▶80*CAR: Were we supposed to do the graph upwards↗ ▶81*DAV: Or to→ ▶82%gpx: Sweeping his hand upwards again and then moving his hand horizontally83in the air.84*DAV: Or, or or crookayed like this↗ ▶85*DAV: Whatever→ ▶86*CAR: Or horizontally↗ ▶87(0.2)88*TEA: Doesn't matter↗ ▶89*CAR: cause like [/] like when we look at our graphs ▶90his is going up and ▶91mine is going towards the side→ ▶92%gpx: Moving his right hand upwards and then moving his right hand93horizontally in the air.94(0.3)95*TEA: Did you have the same, ▶96did you put both of the same ▶97things on the x@l axis and in the y@l axis↗ ▶98%gpx: Looking through students graphs.99*CAR: No, Yes, actually→ ▶100*TEA: You both put time here→ ▶101*TEA: okay, so what's different about these↗ ▶102*TEA: I think it's [/] I don't think it's the positioning of them→ ▶103*TEA: look at your numbers, the way you placed your numbers→ ▶104%gpx: Points at the x-axis on both papers, back and forth. Then turns105David' paper in the same direction as Carlos's.106*CAR: Oh, that's true, 'cause I went by twos, ▶107I went one, two (0.2) and ▶108then I put that one xxx he went by one→ ▶109%gpx: Begins counting with his right finger following the numbers on110his paper.111*TEA: Ah! ▶112*TEA: You skipped one→ ▶113*TEA: So how does that change how it looks↗ ▶114*CAR: 'Cause it doesn't go up as far, it's going to, it's more steeper→ ▶115*CAR: It's looks more steeper→ ▶116%gpx: Moving his right hand outward, then moving his right hand117straight up.118*TEA: Remem(ber) [//] similar to the difference between ▶119this one and (.) and this one here→ ▶120*CAR: Yeah→ ▶121*TEA: Right↗ ▶122%gpx: Makes a sign with right thumb and index of her hand to show123interval differences on their papers, then she points to chart124on blackboard. Next she points to a second chart on125blackboard126*TEA: Here the numbers are closer together so it looks steeper→ ▶127*TEA: Other than that are they the same graph↗ ▶128%gpx: Makes a sign with thumb and index finger; then she gestures129upwards with her right hand.130(0.1)131*CAR: No, also here in the x@l axis→ ▶132%gpx: Carlos point to the x-axis on his paper.133*DAV: xxx→ ▶134%gpx: Points to the axis on his paper.135*DAV: I went by twos→ ▶136*CAR: This is the x@l axis→ ▶137*CAR: Right↗ ▶138%gpx: Points to the axis.139*TEA: This is the y@l axis (.) this is the x@l axis→ ▶140%gpx: Sweeps her pencil vertically to represent the y-axis and141then horizontally to represent the x-axis142*DAV: I went by twos→ ▶143*TEA: You went by twos and you went b:y- ▶144(0.2)145*CAR: I went by twos→ ▶146*CAR: No, you went by ones! ▶147*CAR: What are you talking about→ ▶148*TEA: No, here on the y@l axis→ ▶149%gpx: Points to the axis.150*CAR: Oh, I went by five's→ ▶151*TEA: You went by five's→ ▶152(0.2)153*TEA: No, actually you didn't go by five's→ ▶154*TEA: You actually went by two and a halves ▶155because you'd, you did every two spaces was five→ ▶156%gpx: She points to Carlos's paper while she explains.157(0.3)158*CAR: Then he only went by one→ ▶159%gpx: Carlos points to David's paper.160(0.3)161*TEA: Every one space was two of his→ ▶162*TEA: You'd see, they're almost the same→ ▶163*TEA: If you look at the next two- ▶164*CAR: But, wait! ▶165*CAR: but I don't get what you're saying→ ▶166*TEA: okay→ ▶167*CAR: 'Cause I went by five's→ ▶168*TEA: okay, ▶169your numbers right, ▶170the numbers you have are by five ▶171(0.2) ▶172okay (.) ▶173if you look at one line here, ▶174what number is he at↗ ▶175%gpx: Grabs David' paper and places it next to Carlos's; then176points to the x-axis on David's graph.177*CAR: Two→ ▶178*TEA: What number would you be at if you had a number here↗ ▶179%gpx: Points to Carlos' graph.180*CAR: Three→ ▶181*TEA: Almost, two and a half→ ▶182*CAR: Yeah→ ▶183*TEA: Because it is a half ways of five→ ▶184*TEA: okay→ ▶185(0.1)186*TEA: at this point, after one, two, three, he's got six→ ▶187*TEA: For you after three, one, two, three, ▶188you'd be at seven and a half→ ▶189*CAR: Hum, okay→ ▶190*TEA: See what I mean↗ ▶191%gpx: She counts the squares with her pencil192*TEA: So it's actually two and a half→ ▶193*TEA: The numbers you wrote are by five's ▶194but since you skipped a line in between, ▶195each line is two and a half→ ▶196%gpx: Raises her hand and in the air uses thumb and index to show197interval.198@End