Reflection: Accountability Comparing Names - Section 3: Guided Practice


In order for students to be accountable for their own learning, we need to give them specific feedback. It's okay to say good, or great job, but they need an explanation to follow that. They need to hear what they did good or how they did a great job. Be clear and connect the feedback to the objective that they are trying to achieve with the lesson.

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Comparing Names

Unit 6: Count & Compare
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT count and compare quantities by counting and comparing the number of letters in their name.

Big Idea: As kindergartners begin to understand the meaning of numbers and what they represent, they can begin comparing them for more or less. This lesson introduces comparing numbers by comparing the quantity of letters in their names. It's fun and easy.

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