## Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Assessment - Fluency and Concepts of Integer Sums and Differences - Section 3: Concepts

When looking over this assessment I see a lack of real-world problems.  In fact, there are none.  The unit up to this point has been an rather abstract look into operations with integers and I've loved almost all of it.  That being said, there needs to be more general problem solving with integers to make this an even more meaningful unit.  I will look to make those addition to the unit and this assessment the next go round.

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Adjustments to Practice: More Real World Problems

# Assessment - Fluency and Concepts of Integer Sums and Differences

Unit 1: Rational Number Operations
Lesson 11 of 27

## Big Idea: This test assesses a students understanding of integer addition and subtraction through fluency, concepts, and problem solving.

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Math, Technology and Engineering, Number Sense and Operations, integer assessm, sum, differences, rational numbers
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### Grant Harris

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