Reflection: Checks for Understanding Assessing Their Learning - Section 2: End of Unit Assessment


As you are circulating and observing students working on the assessment task, you will want to notice their approach to the number tapes and the skip counting sequences.  This will better help you understand the their errors and give you a better idea of their abilities.  If you were to just collect the work and then look for correctness, you would not truly understand why errors were made.  For example, you might attribute students missing numbers in a count because they did not know the correct numbers, but if you walk around you might see that is actually attributable to a lack of focus.

  Understanding Student Errors
  Checks for Understanding: Understanding Student Errors
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Assessing Their Learning

Unit 14: Counting by Groups
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify, read, and write numbers to 120 and beyond. SWBAT identify sequences in group counting.

Big Idea: Students will show off their knowledge with this unit assessment. The assessment will allow you to see if they can sequence numbers, identify skip counts, and appropriately represent numbers in writing.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, 1st Grade, writing and reading numbers 1, skip Counting by 2s and 5s
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