Reflection: Student Feedback How Do I Share This? Fractions of a Region Part 2 - Section 3: Check-In/Share


Giving students the time to re-construct their learning and their struggles is critical in making them independent learners.  Self-assessment is more than just checking off tasks from a list.  It is working towards the ability to know the work is "good" compared to a standard.  

When students use a checklist correctly, they are critiquing their work to the standard and considering whether that work is correct, complete, and organized in a way that would make sense not only to themselves, but to others. 

Some of the best conversations came today when the smaller groups worked together to review and help each other revise and complete their work. 

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How Do I Share This? Fractions of a Region Part 2

Unit 6: Unit Fractions
Lesson 6 of 13

Objective: Students will be able to correctly name the equal parts created as a result of partitioning a whole to solve a story problem.

Big Idea: Drama, drama, drama! Students love to play and act. Crafting skits to solve word problems fosters dramatic math play.

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Math, Fractions, Number Sense and Operations, Dramatic Arts, fraction word problems, unit fractions, fractions in real life, reader's theater, modeling math, writing across the curriculum, group work, numerator, denominator, whole
  60 minutes
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