Reflection: Checks for Understanding Spin It! - Section 5: Closure


This lesson has three points where I gathered evidence of student learning: 1) observing partner interactions/asking [teams] questions while circulating the room (observation notes), 2) during closure when students are provided the sentence stem and asked how they know how to count to a specific number, and 3) the Exit Ticket assessment. These three assessment opportunities provide me with information that guided further instruction based on how well the students responded. Based on my observations, I had the choice of re-teaching one to one counting as a whole class, use this lesson or a similar activity to continue to reinforce what the students know and/or create an intervention group for a small number of students who were still struggling with counting quantities 0-9. My students did well with this activity. I chose to continue practicing counting at this level and plan to increase to numbers beyond 10 soon.

  Checks for Understanding: Reflection
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Spin It!

Unit 1: Make it Count!
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT count out objects by saying the numbers in order.

Big Idea: Students in kindergarten are required to match quantities with corresponding numerals from 0 to 20. It is best to teach numbers to quantities in “chunks.” This lesson focuses on reinforcing counting quantities 0 to 9.

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