Reflection: Organizational Systems Partitioning Rectangles Review and Assessment - Section 1: Entrance Ticket


Throughout the week, I keep notes about student mastery on various objectives. I use these notes to hold re-teach groups and to zero in on students who need extra help.  During this lesson, I took notes about student mastery by giving an entrance ticket that served as a cumulative review.  As students worked, I took notes.  Then, while other students worked on their guided practice, I pulled students who I saw had misunderstandings and re-taught skills.  This practice enables me to catch misunderstandings as quickly as possible and re-teach skills before students internalize a misconception.

I have attached a chart I use to easily track student mastery.  At the beginning of the week, I write the main skills of the week on the columns.  When I see students show mastery through independent work, I put a check next to their name.  This visual provides me an easy way to make sure that I am meeting the needs of every student in my class. 

  Organizational Systems: Taking notes to facilitate re-teaching
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Partitioning Rectangles Review and Assessment

Unit 9: Partitioning Shapes
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT equally divide squares and rectangles using columns and rows. SWBAT divide squares to create equal rectangles and triangles

Big Idea: Students review the skills necessary to partition rectangles.

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Math, Geometry, assessment, partitioning shapes, shapes
  50 minutes
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