Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Graph Party - Section 6: Continued Practice

 

I want to look at how each student is developing with their ability to answer the equality statements.  While students were working, I sat with one child who I have given a lot of intervention to this year.  She needed a lot of guidance with this activity and I gave her most of my attention.  By looking at their work, I can see who would benefit from explicit instruction with this concept.  There is an example, of a child's work, that could use more interaction with this. 

I also have taught them to use (if needed) a strategy where they cross out the addends as the combined them and the write the total above the numbers.  You can see one child is using this strategy and one child didn't need it.  Both of their sheets are in the section resource.

  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Looking At Student Work
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Graph Party

Unit 7: Data and Analysis
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT communicate what different representations say about a set of data. SWBAT describe and compare totals in each stat category.

Big Idea: It's a Graph Party and you're invited! Today the students will be involved in creating three different types of graphs and then be asked to answer questions about each representations data set.

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