## 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

# Operations with Decimals Jeopardy Review

Unit 8: Algorithms and Decimal Operations
Lesson 9 of 10

## Big Idea: Let's play Jeopardy!

Print Lesson
7 teachers like this lesson
Standards:
Subject(s):
Math, Decimals, algorithm, foldable
70 minutes

### Ursula Lovings

##### Similar Lessons

###### Distance Between Points
6th Grade Math » Coordinate Plane
Big Idea: Points on the coordinate plane have spatial relationships with other points based on the signs of the x- and y-coordinates. Distance is represented by a positive quantity.
Favorites(33)
Resources(19)
New Haven, CT
Environment: Urban

6th Grade Math » The College Project - Working with Decimals
Big Idea: How do you add and subtract decimals? Students use estimates and work on strategies for adding and subtracting decimals.
Favorites(31)
Resources(32)
Somerville, MA
Environment: Urban

###### Adding, Subtracting, and Understanding Decimals
6th Grade Math » Number Sense
Big Idea: Line 'Em Up! How to properly add and subtract decimal quantities.
Favorites(21)
Resources(21)
Jonesboro, GA
Environment: Urban