Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Lucky Luggage Tags: An International Challenge - Section 5: Independent Practice

 

This is a lesson with many layers and it's essential that as soon as possible after lessons such as this I sit down and write a few notes to myself about what worked, what didn't, and what I'd like to change in how I present it.  Then I go over the exit tickets and take notes on student strengths and misconceptions and put them into groups for the next lesson.  I may not actually physically separate them out, but instead sometimes keep the list on my clipboard so I know who I'm enriching and who needs extra support.  

When I talk about changes, it is frequently something very subtle about how I worded a question.  It is helpful that when my students don't understand something, they persist in explaining to me what they are thinking.  This allows me to fine tune what I'm doing.  Every class is different and even if I have taught a lesson several times, it always changes. I have changed and learned more, and the students before me change as well, all with different needs.

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Lucky Luggage Tags: An International Challenge

Unit 6: Time
Lesson 4 of 11

Objective: SWBAT review telling time to the hour and rounding time to the nearest hour and will use this skill to calculate the end time of a trip starting in NYC and ending in another country.

Big Idea: This lesson solidifies students' understanding of time to the hour (while enriching with basic geography content) and continues to build back up to 3rd grade goal of time to the minute.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, time speed, Real World Math, telling time, elapsed time, 4th grade elapsed time, 5th grade elapsed time, Math enrichment
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