## Reflection: Quizzes Bingopposites - Section 1: Do Now - Vocab Quiz #1

At the beginning of the year I do not penalize students' grades if they don't finish an assessment. I give them as much time as they need. After January I begin to wean them off my taking half of the points off for each question that is not completed within the given amount of time. By the end of February/beginning of March, students are not allowed to have any extra time to finish. The only exceptions to this process are students' whose IEPs mandate extra time.

Respecting and promoting efficient thinking time
Quizzes: Respecting and promoting efficient thinking time

# Bingopposites

Unit 1: Integers
Lesson 5 of 20

## Big Idea: Students play a math bingo game to identify opposite integers

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