## Reflection: Parent Communication Comparing Numbers Assessment - Section 1: Assessment

As I teach math, I always keep a sample of student work for each skill that students will be graded on. Parents like to see "proof" or "justification" for a report card mark. When each marking period ends, I send home the work I have collected along with the student report card. This cuts down on questions parents have for me too. If your child's work is right in front of you, then generally there is no need to wonder how I have arrived at a specific mark for that skill.

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# Comparing Numbers Assessment

Unit 12: Comparing Numbers
Lesson 4 of 5

## Big Idea: Students use their mathematical knowledge to complete this assessment.

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### Cassandra Joss

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