Reflection: Checks for Understanding How many tens? - Section 3: Independent Practice

When I teach a new topic or am teaching a concept that I know will give at least some students a challenge I make sure to not just grade their work and pass it back, but really analyze the completed assignments and find out what commonalities there are in any mistakes that are made. I want to know if there are some holes in my instruction or if there is something I need to reteach a different way.

Watch the Tens reflection to see the examples I show of my students' work and what I found when I analyzed today's assignment.

Checks for Understanding: Analyze their work

How many tens?

Unit 10: Place Value
Lesson 5 of 16

Big Idea: My students have been working on grouping ones to make bundles of ten and building numbers greater than 10. This lesson will allow them to practice with counting sets of tens and help them see the value of the digit in the tens place.

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Math, Place Value, counting, tens, Tens and Ones
40 minutes

Jennifer Moon

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