Reflection: Checks for Understanding Solving Multi-Step problems giving part to whole ratios - Section 5: Exit Tickets


I use exit tickets to help me check for common mistakes, misconceptions, what students understand, why they understand, what they do not understand, why don't they understande, etc.  I am a big stickler over students showing their work.  Students must share their thinking either through explanantion or through showing their work.  I may ask for a combination of both.  When students have multiple choice them must justify their responses with work shown.  There is never an opportunity be it formative assessments, classwork, summative assessments, etc, that students will be able to just circle a response.  When this happens, the student will get no credit even if the response is correct, or they are given back the assignment or assessment and must justify their response, ALWAYS.

  Exit tickets a great formative assessment over the lesson of the day!
  Checks for Understanding: Exit tickets a great formative assessment over the lesson of the day!
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Solving Multi-Step problems giving part to whole ratios

Unit 4: Proportional Relationships
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT solve multi-step problems given part to whole ratios.

Big Idea: Using MP 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 students will grapple through and solve rigorous multi-step real world problems given a part to whole ratio.

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Math, proportions, modeling, pairing, Number Sense and Operations, group work, proportional relationships, ratios, proportional reasoning, part to whole ratio
  40 minutes
part to whole ratio
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