Reflection: Student Feedback Counting and writing to 120 - Section 3: Independent Practice

 

Watch the video in the resource section and note when my student shares that he found a way to count faster. I want to point out how I missed a perfect opportunity to have a math discussion with him because I was in a rush to check other students.  After the lesson, I was checking my videos and found this missed opportunity and after I heard him make his statement on the video all I could think was, "What is he talking about? I want to know." But it was too late, time had slipped by and the lesson was long over with. SLOW DOWN every chance you get and pay attention when your students talk. I am hoping he just meant that when he started counting from 100 that it was really quick to get to 120, which amen, is very true. But I also worry that there was some type of misconception in his thoughts and because I didn't take the time to have him elaborate on what he said, I may never know. 

  Student Feedback: Missed Opportunity
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Counting and writing to 120

Unit 2: Building Counting Skills
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT count and write their numbers to 120.

Big Idea: Clear up the three digit number confusion! Counting and writing numbers above 100 can create some chaos. This lesson will focus on those higher numbers.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Integers, counting, First Grade, writing numbers
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