## Reflection: Data Analysis Understanding Addition:Unit Review, Test, and Test Strategy - Section 2: Administering the Assessment

I do go through a process after every test that is very similar, though less formal usually, to what you can see on the test data table in the resource section.  I want to know what areas my students had the most difficulty in, so that I know what to go back and reteach. I reflect on how I taught that certain topic and try to decide if it could have been the method I used, the instructional tools I selected, or could it have been just a piece of the instruction and not the whole concept that was difficult.

For example, you can see by looking at this chart that all of these students had difficulty with labeling an expression as either T or F. At first, I thought they did not know how to add or that the equals sign meant the numbers should be the same.  But after thinking about how I taught them the meaning of true (T) and false (F), I think I did not go in-depth enough for them to understand how to use the T or F to label an expression.  I will go back and reteach this concept. There were 8 students who scored low in this area, so I will break them into two small groups and work with them for a short period of time to back over this concept.

Data Analysis: Reviewing Testing Data

# Understanding Addition:Unit Review, Test, and Test Strategy

Lesson 10 of 10

## Big Idea: Students must learn to persevere to solve problems and learn to set goals for achieving mastery. We assess them to have proof of their accuracy and to give the student an idea of how much success they have achieved.

Print Lesson
2 teachers like this lesson
Standards:
Subject(s):
50 minutes

### Jennifer Moon

##### Similar Lessons

###### Add or subtract using word problems
Big Idea: The word problems in this lesson will have the students making models to solve them. By making a model, that will help the student see what part of the problem to find.
Favorites(33)
Resources(13)
Lakeland, FL
Environment: Urban

###### What is a story problem?
1st Grade Math » Creating a Culture of Math
Big Idea: Start your year off strong with this introduction to problem solving in first grade! Or use this lesson to kick off your Kindergarten problem solving unit.
Favorites(23)
Resources(12)
New Orleans, LA
Environment: Urban