Reflection: Continuous Assessment Comparing Rational Numbers - Section 5: Closing and Exit Ticket

 

Throughout a lesson, I am assessing the level of mastery for all of my students in a variety of ways.  I gather a ton of data on my students every day.  

While they are working in partners and independently, I circulate around the room and look at the work of all of my students.  I also ask students questions that give me insight into their understanding of the material.

The Check for Understanding is a more formal pause in my lesson.  If the data I get suggests that the entire class needs more help, I will provide more guidance before independent practice.  The CFU also highlights for me students who may need more support at the start of independent practice.

I use engaging ways for students to quickly share data with me, too.  In this lesson, students show me thumbs up or down.  Sometimes, I have them clap for their answer choice or whisper a number.  I infuse a bit of joy into the lesson, while also doing a quick whole-class check.

All of my lessons have formal assessments at the end, in the form of exit tickets.  These give me individual data on student mastery.  I also can look to see how students are making sense of problems and representing the given information.

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Comparing Rational Numbers

Unit 3: Integers and Rational Numbers
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT compare and order two or more rational numbers using the number line and by reasoning about absolute value.

Big Idea: Rational numbers and number lines can be used to represent real world situations.

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