I use this worksheet to help my students prepare for the faulty reasoning questions on the PARCC assessment.
I organized this outline to best fit their needs. This is a template that can be updated and changed to fit your needs as you practice this throughout the year.
I start out with writing simple equations like addition and subtraction in the early months of school to get students comfortable with the format. Then once we encourage more difficult material I change the equations on Sally's homework to mirror skills in the classroom. Try it out in your class this format really supports students processing and reasoning skills. Both in writing and computational.