Reflection: Checks for Understanding Tens - Section 4: Closing/Summarizing


After the lesson, it is important to check the summarizing journals of the students.  This allows for me to check that they understood the lesson and are able to master the standard.  In the example of the student journal, although she spelled the word "thirty" incorrectly, she understood the concept that 3 tens make 30.

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  Checks for Understanding: Summarizng Journal
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Unit 6: Numbers and Place Value
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT use objects, pictures, and numbers to represent tens.

Big Idea: It’s about tens! In this lesson students will use pictures, models and numbers to represent tens.

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Math, greater than, less than, counting, tens
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