Reflection: Conferences Multiple Turn Over - Section 3: Student Practice


So often half the battle of helping students is trying to understand what they are communicating and pinpointing their misconceptions or mistakes. Here, a student is Misunderstanding the Game, but it takes me some time to distinguish between the student not understanding factors/multiples and not understanding the game! This goes to show how important it is to build conferencing time into each lesson for multiple reasons! 

  Conferences: Reflection
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Multiple Turn Over

Unit 6: Factors & Multiples
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT determine if a number is a multiple of a given number.

Big Idea: Students will practice identifying the multiples of single digit numbers by playing the Multiple Turn Over Game.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Factoring (Number Sense), multiples, factors, game, partner activity
  100 minutes
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