## Reflection: Grade Book and Data Analysis Conversion Quiz: This One, Not That One! Writing About Our Choices - Section 2: The Quiz

Using this simple rubric helped me analyze the areas that I needed to work with my students in conversions and understanding relative measurement. It showed me the depth of their knowledge. I think it was a rigorous quiz for most of my students. This video shows some samples of students work.

Results are in! Rubrics figured!
Grade Book and Data Analysis: Results are in! Rubrics figured!

# Conversion Quiz: This One, Not That One! Writing About Our Choices

Unit 2: Metric Measurement
Lesson 14 of 18

## Big Idea: Students show their understanding of relative size through a writing assessment .

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Math, metric system (Conversions), Measurement, Conversions (Within and Between Systems), choosing the correct unit, writing about math, assessment
40 minutes

### Mary Ellen Kanthack

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