Reflection: Rigor The Return of Super Sorter! - Section 4: Independent Practice and Informal Assessment

 

After giving the students another try at multiple attribute sorting, I was quite pleased with their level of understanding.  The students impressed me with how quickly they sorted the items.  There were a few students who struggled a bit, but I think it was okay to push everyone on this concept. 

I think this is one wonderful aspect of working with the Common Core Standards.  Because there is not an overwhelming number of standards, I can really go into depth and expand the students' understanding of a concept.  This is great for my learners who are working above grade level, but it also is a good push for those who are at grade level or even struggling.  Sometimes we can understand a simple concept better when we see it applied to a more complex task.

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The Return of Super Sorter!

Unit 5: Sorting, Graphing, and Patterning
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to sort items with multiple attributes by using a Venn Diagram.

Big Idea: Understanding multiple attributes is an important mathematical process. The students use their knowledge of Venn Diagrams in this lesson to gain more knowledge about this concept.

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