Reflection: Checks for Understanding What Is Today? - Section 3: Math Center Time


I have included a copy of my completed checklist.  When I am assessing, I use two check marks to indicate that someone is fluent with the task, one check to indicate hesitation or an error with a self correct (that was not immediate self correct, I count that as fluent), and a - to indicate inability to complete task.

You will see that the 7th child down on the list is still emerging with her 1:1 and ability to keep track of items counted.  For the 1:1, I asked her to try again but this time move the cubes as you count them.  The first time she tried to count the group with out moving any of the blocks and lost track.  She was able to count the second time successfully with the use of the suggestion.  

  Checks for Understanding: Assessing Students
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What Is Today?

Unit 1: Counting Quantities
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT identify the name of the month, number of the day, and number of the year on a calendar. SWBAT explore math tools, and will demonstrate their ability to count 20 objects.

Big Idea: Start humming the theme to the Adams Family in your head. This catchy tune will be an auditory tool to help students remember the names and order of the months of the year.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, 1st Grade, Counting Groups of 20
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