Reflection: Student Grouping Operations with Decimals Jeopardy Review - Section 3: Jeopardy

 

As my students played the game, I realized how important the mixed level grouping was.  My lower level math students would sometimes struggle with arriving at an answer and my higher level students would finish quickly.  But since, I set the rule that groups could not write their answer on the whiteboard until they all agreed, students were forced to work together.  I watched a higher level student talk a lower level student through their steps and ask guiding questions. 

  Working Together
  Student Grouping: Working Together
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Operations with Decimals Jeopardy Review

Unit 8: Algorithms and Decimal Operations
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT review decimals.

Big Idea: Let's play Jeopardy!

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Math, Decimals, algorithm, foldable
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