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If the student continues to put down peers, the teacher imposes appropriate disciplinary consequences. Instruction, review, and practice of these concepts must be provided for longer time periods for students with mathematics disabilities than for other students. Our goal is to reflect on the mathematical knowledge required by the tasks, and to discuss the types of questions that may be useful in determining what they tell us about a student's understanding as she or he works on them.

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