Reflection: Unit Exams Assessment - Section 1: Assessment

 

This lesson presents the final assessment for this unit. It is not intended to be the only measurement of student understanding for this unit. As students work throughout the unit, I collect observational data, and quick notes about student understanding. I use their performance on tasks and game formats, their individual practice papers, and this assessment to give me a full understanding of how well children understand the concepts of the unit. 

Input from all of these sources needs to be taken together to assess student understanding. 

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Assessment

Unit 11: The Numbers Are Getting Bigger
Lesson 15 of 15

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of using larger numbers when solving addition and subtraction problems.

Big Idea: It is important to do a formal classroom assessment periodically to insure that students are retaining new information and applying it appropriately.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, addition, subtracting, algorithm
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