Thinking Aloud: Fractions Assessment

Center for Technology Implementation
Mrs. Jackson’s Grade 6 class has been working on a fractions, rates, and ratios unit. Yesterday she gave the class a quiz to assess her students’ understanding. After reviewing the results, she wants more detail about her students’ thinking in order to effectively differentiate instruction. She decides to employ the thinking aloud strategy while reviewing the quiz problems.
Lesson in Action
Common Core State Standards: 
Reason Abstractly
Instructional Strategies: 
Thinking Aloud

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