Reflection: Rigor A Student Driven Review - Section 5: Closure


As I wrote their ideas on the board, I knew they really knew what strategies and what the concepts of mastering this standard was going to be about. When they entered this unit, I had found that expanded form was not mastered by anyone and that had to be my main focus. The quizzes came back the next day with excellent results! I had one failure. I believe it is due to problems with words and ordering. Other than that, I got results of 80-100 percent and lots of smiles. They are allowed to repeat the quiz for complete mastery if they choose. All of them at 80%, and a few at 90% have chosen to study harder and try again. I will remediate those who missed expanded form in order to have 100% mastery of the standard by test time.

I love this method of review! It pays off every time I spend the time doing it and creates that sense of responsibility that is so important in CCSS.

  It paid off!
  Rigor: It paid off!
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A Student Driven Review

Unit 11: Place Value
Lesson 14 of 14

Objective: SWBAT work collaboratively to create a study guide for their quiz.

Big Idea: In preparation for their quiz on reading and writing multi digit numbers, students create their own study guide.

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Math, Place Value, Number Sense and Operations, Language Arts, Student Choice, student accountability, estimation, expanded form, word form, standard form
  70 minutes
practice quiz for reading and writing numbers to one
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