Reflection: Unit Exams Unit Assessment - Section 1: Asessement


In the lesson this assessment is deemed to take 45 minutes or one class period.  For all of my students, high to low learners I found they needed two class periods.  Those who needed more than two were asked to complete the assessment during their lunch period.  Those who completed early were able to work on First In Math a technology software that helps with fluency.  

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  Unit Exams: This may take more than 45 minutes
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Unit Assessment

Unit 2: Integers
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate mastery of integers.

Big Idea: A great 35 point assessment that will assess each student on the knowledge gained throughout this awesome integer unit. A 15 question assessment that will assess the entire unit.

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