Reflection: Quizzes Writing and Evaluating Expressions - Section 1: Think About It


I give frequent, short quizzes in my class, so that I can keep track of how students are doing with mastering  content.  This Quick Expressions Vocabulary Quiz is an example of a quiz that I give during the Expressions Unit.  

I also give quizzes on content from previous units, so that I can stay informed about long term retention.  I create a calendar of review standards, so that content from earlier in the year is being assessed throughout the school year.

If a quick quiz shows strong mastery, then I don't take action, in terms of my review standards.  If it looks like students are a little rusty with the content, I will plan a very quick mini-lesson and provide students practice in class and on homework.  If the data shows that students are struggling with the content, I will plan a re-teach, provide students with practice, and then assess again.

  Quizzes: Quick Assessments
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Writing and Evaluating Expressions

Unit 7: Expressions
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT use variables to write and evaluate expressions when solving a real-world problem

Big Idea: The value of an algebraic expression can be found by replacing the variables with a known value and following the order of operations

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Math, constant, Expressions (Algebra), variable, expressions, coefficient, evaluate expressions
  60 minutes
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