Take for example this 3 act lesson:
- Divide the class into two sides: Agree and Disagree. Have a few students from each side give opening arguments allowing students to physically walk to a different side of the room.
- Divide the class into three sections: Agree, Disagree, and Not Sure or something like that
- Count up the number of agree and disagree students in the class and group them together so each tables has two of each side.
Students will ask for more information so they can have a more definitive answer. After students have spend time working, let the debating begin. The power here is students are trying to convince their classmates with "proof beyond a reasonable doubt" that they correct.
This can be so much fun and yet lend itself to rich discourse between the students. Give it a try. Take any 3 act lesson and throw some AODmath in there.