Reflection: Intervention and Extension Unit Assessment on Measurement Concepts - Section 3: Math Workshop


These student example (see section resource) show the intervention that you may have to do with your students.  The first student (Hannah) needed two things. I showed her how to draw 6 and then 3 (circles) and then cross out the ones that were the same and to notice what was left.  You will see on her paper in problem 1, that I drew this for her as we discussed the problem.  In the 2nd problem, I had talked to her about how to represent that she was counting on from a number.  Hence the drawing on the right hand side of her paper. 

In Lucy's work, you will see that we talked about modeling subtraction on a number line.  I wanted her to work right to left (on the number line) when she was modeling this.

In Matthew's work, I  wanted to show him who to model more with mathematics and less with words.  You will see in problem 1 that he had clear thinking but could have simply used a number lien to model what he had done.

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Unit Assessment on Measurement Concepts

Unit 8: Non Standard Measuring
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT express that measuring an object using different length units will result in different measurements. SWBAT solve problems about comparing lengths.

Big Idea: Move over Van Halen because today we are all going to "Jump." So go ahead and jump as students solve an assessment piece and story problems involving jump lengths. If you are under 30, please Google Van Halen before proceeding.

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