Reflection: Quizzes Quiz 3: Double Digit Multiplication, Estimation and Solving Word Problems - Section 3: Quiz 3: Double Digit Multiplication and Multi step Word Problems


Today's lesson was filled with much discussion. I had chosen to spiral around and review understanding of the equals sign. This algebraic concept is essential to success in their ability to understand equations that are more complex as word problems become more complex in 4th grade. I will bring this concept around again before the year is done to ensure that is solid.Students were very engaged in the second part of the lesson when they reviewed their homework just prior to taking their quiz. I wanted their minds ready for solving word problems on their quiz and this review was a good warm up. They really enjoyed my "mess ups". It keeps them on their toes! The samples of the tests in this Educreations Video shows clearly the success of insisting upon strategies, writing equations with variables as the standard demands, and evidence of conceptual understanding through the use of area models.



  A Rich Review of Practice work and a Successful Quiz
  Quizzes: A Rich Review of Practice Work and a Successful Quiz
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Quiz 3: Double Digit Multiplication, Estimation and Solving Word Problems

Unit 13: Multiplication Unit
Lesson 14 of 19

Objective: SWBAT complete this formative assessment that shows their progress in understanding double digit multiplication using area models.

Big Idea: Students take a short quiz to show what they know.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, quiz, rounding, estimation, Double Digit Multiplication
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