## Reflection: Student Grouping Adding Three-Digit Numbers Without Regrouping - Section 5: Closing/Exit Ticket

I use exit ticket data to help me determine the student groupings for my independent practice.  During independent practice, I group students into A, B, and C groups based on their ability on this specific skill.  For instance, students who struggled on today's exit ticket or independent work on adding three digit numbers without regrouping will likely work with the A group tomorrow. Students who showed mastery will either be in the B or C group dependent on their needs.  Keeping my A, B, and C independent work groups dynamic allows me to meet the needs of my students on a day to day basis.

Using Exit Ticket Data for Student Groupings
Student Grouping: Using Exit Ticket Data for Student Groupings

# Adding Three-Digit Numbers Without Regrouping

Unit 6: Three-Digit Addition and Subtraction
Lesson 2 of 13

## Big Idea: Students discover and share strategies for adding three-digit numbers without regrouping.

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Math, Differentiation, Number Sense and Operations, addition, place value strategies, turn and talk
40 minutes

### Caitlin Vaughan

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