## Reflection: Homework Word Problem Language and Conversion - Section 3: Partnered Practice

I chose three student samples to discuss in my Educreations Video. We see a mastered sample and two that are struggling with accurately converting. All three of these students showed me they could convert on a two column chart. Two do not understand the concept of multiplying a decimal number yet. This will come along with some more conceptual background work and me addressing it one on one. For the most part, word problems were done very well as a whole. Students who did not achieve mastery will have extra time to practice with me one on one.

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# Word Problem Language and Conversion

Unit 2: Metric Measurement
Lesson 12 of 18

## Big Idea: After examining word problems using meters, grams and liters, students collaboratively practice solving sample word problems and defend their answers.

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Math, Measurement, Conversions (Within and Between Systems), Metric Word Proble, Content Vocabulary
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### Mary Ellen Kanthack

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