Reflection: Data Analysis Working Backward and Forward...TEST! - Section 2: Explore


For the most part, students did quite well on the test - not as great as last week, but with an extra type of problem, I anticipated the scores to drop a little bit.  The most shocking results actually came from my advanced class - while I had several perfect scores in that class and the class average was a 92, there were at least five kids that refused to work backwards in a problem.  If something had been discounted, instead of using division they applied the percent as a mark up - which we had just discussed two days prior during the performance tasks, proving that it wouldn't work.  I was very disappointed with a few students' mistakes, but I know what I need to address now going into the final week of percents.

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Working Backward and Forward...TEST!

Unit 3: Percents
Lesson 15 of 21

Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge on working with percent.

Big Idea: Can you identify what the unknown is in a percent problem? Students will demonstrate what they have learned so far about percent.

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