Reflection: Checks for Understanding Solving Problems using Fractions! - Section 2: Modeling


Student Response!

In this particular video I ask a student volunteer to explain what she knew.  Asking questions allow me to see if a student fully understands the purpose of this lesson.  It also provides precise decision-making points: do I need to further scaffold this learner? or can I plan for something in the future?  However, periodic checks are a quick way to clarify misconceptions that are getting in the way of students' understanding.

  Checks for Understanding: Students Response to Learning
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Solving Problems using Fractions!

Unit 3: Number & Operations-Fractions
Lesson 6 of 21

Objective: The students will be able to write and explain whether an answer is correct or not.

Big Idea: Given a set of word problems using fractions, the students will use problem solving techniques and models to solve their problems.

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