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# Final Assessment 6.NS.1, 6.NS.2, 6.NS.3, 6.NS.4

Lesson 26 of 26

## Objective: SWBAT use knowledge about fractions and decimals to show what they know on their assessment,

*85 minutes*

#### DO NOW

*15 min*

On assessment days, I like to go over the study guide with the students to eliminate any last minute misconceptions. Depending on the length of the assessment, I may have students show work on the board or give them the answers and go over any questions they may have.

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#### Assessment

*60 min*

Our tests are district created, but follow directly with the common core strand for number sense: dealing with fractions and decimals.

Students work independently on the test. As students are taking the exam, I walk around to make sure students are using their learned strategies and taking the test seriously. I will read a question to a student, but will not help them with any problems.

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#### After the test

*10 min*

I always provide the students with a quiet activity to do after the test. These activities range from logic puzzles to sukoku's to finding the hidden meaning. Although not directly math related, they do provide the students time to critically think.

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Thank you for sharing your assessment. I found it useful for my middle school students. I would like to borrow your ideas but add some of my ideas to fit my students.

| 9 days ago | Reply*Thank you so much for sharing this. I think it is very thorough. | 8 months ago | Reply*

*Responding to Michelle Schade*

Thank you SO much! You don't know how much time this saves my team! Unfortunately our district doesn't have common assessments yet, so we have to make our own. It's so nice when we don't have to reinvent the wheel. :)

| one year ago | Reply*Responding to Betsy Clayton*

Betsy,

I put a copy of our district assessment in the assessment tab in the lesson.

Glad you like the lessons!

Michelle

| one year ago | Reply

My team LOVES your lessons. Is there a way to get a copy of the end of unit assessments that you use? Or an idea of what questions you use?

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- LESSON 15: Dividing Fractions within word problems
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- LESSON 18: Reading and Writing with decimals
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