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* *Reflection: Checks for Understanding
Divisibility Rules and Properties of Math Quiz - Section 1: Administering the Test

After grading the quiz, I realized that rather than use the divisibility rules, several students used long division. Next time I administer the quiz, it will be timed, because students had ample amount of time to perform the long division. To encourage the use of the rules, students should be given a limited amount of time to complete the quiz. I believe that 10 minutes should be enough time for students.

*Long Division vs Divisibility Rules*

*Checks for Understanding: Long Division vs Divisibility Rules*

# Divisibility Rules and Properties of Math Quiz

Lesson 5 of 5

## Objective: SWBAT show their understanding of the divisibility rules.

*30 minutes*

#### Administering the Test

*30 min*

I seat students alphabetically, by last name, in rows. I will hand out the Properties & Dvisibility Rules Quiz face down and tell students that they cannot start until I say so. Once all the quizzes have been given out, I will instruct students that if they need additional space for work then they may use the back of the quiz. I will answer any questions that students may have and then instruct students to begin.

If students finish the quiz early, I will remind them to check their work. When this is done, I will offer them a puzzle, such as Suduko, to work on.

#### Resources

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- UNIT 1: First Week of School
- UNIT 2: Properties of Math
- UNIT 3: Divisibility Rules
- UNIT 4: Factors and Multiples
- UNIT 5: Introduction to Fractions
- UNIT 6: Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- UNIT 7: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
- UNIT 8: Algorithms and Decimal Operations
- UNIT 9: Multi-Unit Summative Assessments
- UNIT 10: Rational Numbers
- UNIT 11: Equivalent Ratios
- UNIT 12: Unit Rate
- UNIT 13: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
- UNIT 14: Algebra
- UNIT 15: Geometry