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
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Divisibility Rules and Properties of Math Quiz

Unit 3: Divisibility Rules
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT show their understanding of the divisibility rules.

Big Idea: Students show off what they know. Quiz Time

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