This one isn’t terribly ambiguous. As usual, I’ll welcome you to describe the kind of activity you’d build around this clip, including the kind of supplementary materials that would be useful.
But really, I’m only posting this as a preamble to the kind of rubric suggested by monika hardy several posts back. Assuming we’re after curriculum that provokes students to apply mathematical reasoning to the world around them, that teaches students to construct their own problems:
- What is the best way to present this problem?
- What is the worst way to present this problem?