Reflection: Unit Exams Numbers 11-20 Assessment - Section 1: Individual Assessment


It is tough to individually assess students in a kindergarten classroom.  The students are not independent enough to work on tasks while I am assessing students.  To complete unit assessments at this point in time, I use volunteers.  I give the students a task to work on and the volunteer monitors the students while I pull individual students in the back of the classroom.  There is no way I could get this assessment done without help.

What if there is not help?  What if you can't find the time to pull students?  The group assessments give a lot of valuable information, but they do not give the whole picture about the knowledge the students have of numbers 11-20.  The number identification and rote counting really need to be done in a one-on-one setting.  The group assessments give a pretty good idea about the students overall knowledge of the numbers, including one-to-one correspondence. the other pieces could perhaps be squeezed in during different times during the day.

  Numbers 11-20 Assessment
  Unit Exams: Numbers 11-20 Assessment
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Numbers 11-20 Assessment

Unit 3: Exploring Numbers 11-20
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: Students will be able to show their knowledge of numbers 11-20.

Big Idea: It's time to show our knowledge of numbers 11-20. This lesson includes one-on-one and group assessments.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, counting, Number Sense
  35 minutes
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