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Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Each person gets 2 Post-it notes. Write “fact” on one note and “fib” on the other. Hold one note in each hand – words toward your palm. The teacher will present a statement. Step 5: Participants decide if the statement is a fact or a fib. (5-10 seconds of wait time). Step 6: When the teacher says, “Showdown!” participants slap their answers down into the middle of the table. Step 7: Step 8: Compare and discuss answers. Teacher verifies and clarifies. (Kagan, 2009) x represents the movement to left or right. 2 Facts and a Fib Consider the equation y = 2x + 50. 50 is a variable 50 is a constant x is a variable 2 Facts and a Fib Consider the equation C = .2m + 125 M could be 500 M could represent the number of motorcycles sold M could represent my brother, Mark