## Reflection: Pre-Tests Assessment #3 - Section 3: Assessment

Occasionally, I use a quick warm-up on test days to "pre-test" students on concepts that they might be shaky on, as one last way to solidify their understanding.  They are based on previous year's data and my own analysis of the most common misunderstandings, and provide a much better assessment and review than, "so, before the test, are there any questions?"

The role of a warm-up before an assessment
Pre-Tests: The role of a warm-up before an assessment

# Assessment #3

Unit 2: SOLVING LINEAR EQUATIONS
Lesson 12 of 16

## Big Idea: Using equations to model relationships and solve problems is a necessary skill for students to master in Algebra 1.

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Math, Algebra, Linear and Nonlinear Equations, properties of algebra, solving linear equations, fluency, summative assessment
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### Jeff Li MTP

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