Reflection: Continuous Assessment Division: One-digit Divisors - Section 4: Independent Practice

 

When I circulate during independent practice, I always make sure I have my pen in hand.  I check off problems that students have done correctly, and I circle problems that students need to re-do.  

Having these marks on the papers serve a couple of purposes:

-It gives immediate feedback to students about the correctness of their responses

-It flags for me what I should look at when I make my second lap around the class - I know where to start looking, how much the student has gotten done since the last time I was with her, and what problems I need to check to see if the corrected work is right

-It makes grading classwork after the class more efficient, because I've already marked off a number of problems.

  Pen In Hand Circulation
  Continuous Assessment: Pen In Hand Circulation
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Division: One-digit Divisors

Unit 1: Number Sense
Lesson 11 of 19

Objective: SWBAT apply the steps of the division algorithm to find the quotient of a three-digit dividend and a one-digit divisor and use estimation to gauge the reasonableness of the quotient.

Big Idea: The division algorithm is an efficient way to determine a quotient given any division context.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, division of Korea, factoring polynomial expressions, Decimals, division, quotient, compatible numbers, multiplication check, multiples, distributive property, greatest common factor, least common multiple, multiplying
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