## Reflection: Quizzes Assessing Understanding of Division Word Problems - Section 2: Quiz Time

In this Educreations video, I share some above average work. I wanted to share the clear picture of how I expect word problems to be shown. As we master the standard, I think this type of discipline of showing clear ideas about work is crucial to getting students to feel like they have control over solving word problems. That feeling of control feeds confidence levels and in turn, makes students less apprehensive to tackle word problems.

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# Assessing Understanding of Division Word Problems

Unit 9: Division Unit
Lesson 15 of 21

## Big Idea: Students take a formal assessment that involves real life word problems. Some problems require students to interpret the meaning of the remainder.

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Math, formative assessment, division, number and
45 minutes

### Mary Ellen Kanthack

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