## Reflection: Checks for Understanding Sort by Own Rule - Section 2: Independent Practice

I was so proud of my students after this lesson! It is important for students to not only execute the assignment properly, but to verbally explain how they arrived at their answers. My students were comfortable and confident when explaining their reasons for sorting, as evident in the video I shared of one student showing what she knows.

Showing What I Know!
Checks for Understanding: Showing What I Know!

# Sort by Own Rule

Unit 1: Sorting, Sorting, and More Sorting!
Lesson 2 of 5

## Big Idea: Kindergartners love to explain themselves! In this lesson, students get a chance to show what they know.

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### Cassandra Joss

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