Reflection: Showin' What We Know: Unit Review (Day 1) - Section 2: Review Activity 2


I always encourage my students to take ownership for their learning.  These review activities really allow the students to be in control of their learning.  I explained to the students that we would be taking a test and that these activities give them a chance to review what they have learned.  I stressed to the students that they need to let me know if they are struggling with something, so I can help them.  Many of the students took this seriously.  One student came and took my hand and brought me over to his table.  He said, I just don't know how to tell which number is bigger when the front number is the same.  I sat with this student and did a mini lesson on ordering numbers.   He quickly caught on. I think he just forgot how to do it from previous lessons. 

Even kindergarteners can be empowered to be in control of their learning  If I see a student looking at another student's paper, we talk about how this hurts the student who is copying.  If students are talking during my instruction, I discuss how that student might not only be impacting his or her own learning, but also friends' learning.  They need to understand their role in the learning process.

  Showin What We Know-Unit Review Day 1
  Showin What We Know-Unit Review Day 1
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Showin' What We Know: Unit Review (Day 1)

Unit 6: Fun with Numbers 0-20 and Beyond
Lesson 19 of 21

Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of numbers 0-20 and beyond.

Big Idea: It's time to find out how much the students have learned about numbers with this fun review lesson!

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