Reflection: Exit Tickets 4 Square Fact or Fiction - Section 5: Closing


I used an exit ticket during this lesson, but it wasn't the only kind of assessment I used! The true/false charts were very helpful in quickly spotting number sentences that students were consistently getting correct and which ones they were consistently getting wrong.

I have a team of teachers who also teach these lessons with me and also used the true/false charts as assessment. One of the teachers immediately noticed that her students were getting the number sentence wrong when there was a single number on the left (ie: 20=18+2). This allowed her to quickly address the misconception with the whole class and discuss how to figure out if this is true or false. 

This kind of assessment is great for identifying trends across my class. It would have been great for identifying individual student misconceptions but I forgot to remind kids to write their names on each card! Just a reminder to do this with your kids so it can be even more informative!

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4 Square Fact or Fiction

Unit 10: Solving 3 Addend Problems
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify the number sentence in a group that is not true.

Big Idea: Which one of these is not like the other?! Students apply their understanding of 3 addend equations to decide which number sentence in a group of 4 is false. First person to find the false number sentence wins!

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