Reflection: Student Ownership Reading and Writing Numbers: I Own This Standard! - Section 2: Think, Pair, Share


 Reflection is a valuable tool I teach my students to continually use to prepare  for the next goal. In this lesson, students practice thinking, analyzing, and thinking again about their level of mastery. In these clips, we see three students remark about their progress. One uses the word "value" and  all are able to discuss what they used to think and what they now know.

I really enjoy watching and coaching this  process and plan to make it continued practice throughout the year. These are a few clips of their comments about their learning.

"Usually I add zeros or somethin"...

 Expanded form is like all the values....stretched out."

 It worked again. I have used this method in the past and can see how it really helps students achieve mastery of the standards.

  Student Ownership: Students need to reflect
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Reading and Writing Numbers: I Own This Standard!

Unit 11: Place Value
Lesson 6 of 14

Objective: SWBAT review their own math quiz and analyze their mastery of reading and writing whole digit numerals, number names and expanded form.

Big Idea: How do you know you've succeeded if you don't look back at where you started from? In this lesson, students learn to critique themselves and evaluate their own progress in mastering the reading and writing numbers .

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Math, Place Value, Number Sense and Operations, accountability, self assessment and reflection, collaboration, post quiz review, word form, standard form, expanded form
  40 minutes
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