Video Quiz (Alternative Assessment)

Unit 3: Scale of the Universe: Fluency and Applications
Lesson 14 of 22

Objective: SWBAT to demonstrate their mastery of scientific notation by watching a video, reflecting on the message, and answering questions.

Big Idea: We can use art and mathematics to assess student progress while helping students make connections using their imagination.

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