Reflection: Exit Tickets Finding the Greatest Common Factor - Section 4: Closure

I am using the comprehension menu as a formative assessment. Students were given 15 minutes to complete this assignment.  I felt this was ample time given to answer 4 questions.  The questions are designed to tap in to their ability as well as their learning styles.  I graded them in the following ways.

Novice:  Finished one problem or finished more than one problem but were unable to make connections with the learning.

Apprentice:  Finished two problems or finished more than 2 problems with a few errors .

Practitioner:  Finished all problems, but their explanations were not mathematically precise or they gave only solutions without proof.

Expert:  Finished all problems with accuracy and explained their solutions with mathematical precision.

Exit Tickets: Using the Comprehenion menu for an assessment

Finding the Greatest Common Factor

Unit 4: Number Sense
Lesson 2 of 26

Big Idea: In this lesson students can use different strategies to find the GCF of numbers less than 100.

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