Reflection: Rigor A Quick Quiz: Writing about an Array - Section 2: The Quiz


I have created an Educreations critique to show several different samples of the quizzes. The video shows different levels of understanding. Overall, I was pleased with their development in understanding arrays and the high level of writing I saw. This is growth from earlier in the year when writing complete sentences were still a challenge!

  Apples and Arrays
  Rigor: Apples and Arrays
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A Quick Quiz: Writing about an Array

Unit 4: Concepts of Multiplication
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: SWBAT show they understand how to calculate the solution to a word problem using an array.

Big Idea: A Show Me What You Know Quiz: Students show what they know about arrays through writing and explanation.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, arrays, Writing in Math, Operations
  40 minutes
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