Reflection: Students with Disabilities How Big is a Liter? - Section 4: Student Practice


I have a few students in my classroom who really struggle with listening during instructional times. Often, I'll follow up with these students only to find that they missed the major concepts taught during the lesson. To help support these students, I'll often reteach the lesson one-on-one later on during independent practice. I'm reminded that hands-on lessons such as today's lesson are perfect learning environments for these students. The student in the upcoming video often struggles during math due to missing concepts, but during today's lesson, he thrived: Importance of Hands-On Activities.

  Students with Disabilities: Reflection
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How Big is a Liter?

Unit 2: Measuring Capacity
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT know the relative size of a liter and identify the number of milliliters in one liter.

Big Idea: Understanding the size of measurement units is a foundational skill needed to solve word problems involving measurements.

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