Reflection: Data Analysis Rational Number Unit Test - Section 2: Explore


As you will see from the Mastery Pie Chart, about 78% of students met my definition of mastery (80%) on this test.  Overall combining all operations with rational numbers with no calculator is very difficult for students, so I am pleased with the results.  I feel as though students will continue to improve with the concept as we move into the next unit on expressions and equations.

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Rational Number Unit Test

Unit 4: Operations with Rational Numbers
Lesson 23 of 23

Objective: Students will be able to solve real world and mathematical problems containing rational numbers.

Big Idea: See the fruits of your labor…time to test on rational numbers!

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