Reflection: Checks for Understanding Writing: Showing our Understanding of Entry Points & Place Value in Dividing - Section 3: Moving on to set up our writing and practice!

I wanted to share these samples on this Educreations video because they were a nice variety of different things I saw in my students. All grew. All are better writers for doing this. I am pleased with the results and have a clearer understanding of their understanding of division, place value, entry points, and reasoning.

Writing Samples and Different Results
Checks for Understanding: Writing Samples and Different Results

Writing: Showing our Understanding of Entry Points & Place Value in Dividing

Unit 9: Division Unit
Lesson 18 of 21

Big Idea: This lesson gets students to write using proper division vocabulary, explaining how they use place value to determine what quotients they choose as they divide using rectangular sections.

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Math, Entry points in, diverse entry points, division, number and
55 minutes

Mary Ellen Kanthack

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