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# Assessment Day

Lesson 10 of 10

## Objective: SWBAT use strategies to identify rational numbers on a number line

*85 minutes*

#### DO NOW

*15 min*

I will be going over the study guide from the homework last night** (Review of Rational Numbers on the Number Line)**. If time permits, I will allow students to show how they got their answer on the board or I may just give them the answers and then go over any questions they may have.

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#### Assessment

*60 min*

Our assessments are district created and support the appropriate strands from the Common Core.

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#### After the Test

*10 min*

I always provide the students with a quiet activity to do after the test. These activities range from logic puzzles to sudoku's to finding the hidden meaning. Although not directly math related, they do provide the students time to critically think.

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Can you upload the assessment you used for this lesson? I'm interested in using it too if it's related to how you presented these concepts in your lesson.

| one year ago | Reply

A few things I caught regarding the Assessment and PowerPoint on Writing Integers----Integers can not be fractions. Those questions should be labeled Rational Numbers.

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- LESSON 1: Understanding Integers
- LESSON 2: Visualizing Integers in our World
- LESSON 3: Comparing and Ordering Integers
- LESSON 4: Rational Numbers on the Number Line
- LESSON 5: Rational Numbers on the Number line - Stations
- LESSON 6: The Meaning of Absolute Value
- LESSON 7: Coordinate Grid and Geometry
- LESSON 8: Visiting the Magic Kingdom!
- LESSON 9: Review of Rational Numbers on the Number Line
- LESSON 10: Assessment Day