## Reflection: Rigor GCF and LCM Project Gallery Walk - Section 1: Gallery Walk Procedure

I decided that it would be important to have students give their feedback as they were rotating throughout the projects.  I gave each group a set of post-its, with the instructions of writing a math question, a statement about their math confusion, or a math compliment.  I felt it was necessary to stress the importance of their feedback being math-based, because in the past, students have focused on color choice, handwriting, and other incidental things.

When groups returned to their project, I gave them a few minutes to read through their notes.  I knew that students would have questions, concerns, and differing opinions regarding their feedback, so I allowed them to share out.  I realized that students felt very defensive about their work and I reminded them that the feedback was meant to help them as they move forward in their math work.

The post it notes are also useful as a way for me to assess students' understanding based on their feedback.

Post Its for Gallery Walk
Rigor: Post Its for Gallery Walk

# GCF and LCM Project Gallery Walk

Unit 4: Factors and Multiples
Lesson 7 of 10

## Big Idea: Students critique others' projects.

Print Lesson
3 teachers like this lesson
Standards:
Subject(s):
40 minutes

### Ursula Lovings

##### Similar Lessons

###### Multiples and Least Common Multiples (LCM)
6th Grade Math » Number Sense
Big Idea: A multiple is a product of a number and another whole number greater than 0.
Favorites(19)
Resources(17)
New Haven, CT
Environment: Urban

###### Brownies & Factors
6th Grade Math » Intro to 6th Grade Math & Number Characteristics
Big Idea: How many different rectangular boxes can you design to fit 100 brownies? Students explore the relationship between factors and area models.
Favorites(36)
Resources(22)
Somerville, MA
Environment: Urban

###### Factors & Multiples
6th Grade Math » Number Sense
Big Idea: Students explore a factory of factors and multiples to build number sense and conceptual understanding.
Favorites(28)
Resources(21)
Jonesboro, GA
Environment: Urban