Reflection: Modeling What's The Point! - Section 1: Where Are We?

 

My students require additional support. To support their learning, I begin every lesson assessing what they know.  I do this to determine the best instructional method to support their learning. Sometimes I have to incorporate some pretty interesting things to pull them into the lesson!  This video captures the technique I use to understand what they are thinking.

 

  What does it mean to assess students knowledge?
  Modeling: What does it mean to assess students knowledge?
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What's The Point!

Unit 6: The Road to Angles, Points, and Turns!
Lesson 1 of 3

Objective: SWBAT identify and analyze the relationships between and among points, angles, and rays.

Big Idea: Students always ask what's the point! After discussing the relationship among points, students will use what the know to identify the given point.

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