1.) MATH: Here is the secret birthday cake method we discussed in class (GCF)
2.) SOCIAL STUDIES: You should work on making sure your inquiry notebooks and handouts are up to date. You will be 'GOING PUBLIC' next week!
3.) SCIENCE: Assuming everyone has uploaded all the required documents, your Science evaluations will be finalized by Monday morning. You will complete your learning reflections in class on Monday.
4.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Read this learning reflection closely. It meets the criteria for a quality learning reflection. One of your classmates wrote this on FreshGrade (slightly revised):
- 'On my pretest, I got 4/16 because the words were all new to me. I knew that I needed to improve because most of the words were new to me. So, I decided to practice and review the words each day. As a result, I got 16/16 on my final test, which is great! That means that I learned a lot over the week. I can clearly see that practice and hard work helped me improve! I met the learning intention by following the success criteria because I reached the learning intention. I can spell the words, understand the definitions, and I also know how to use them in “juicy” sentences. I improved by reading the words and copying them a few times. I also memorized the definitions (even when we didn’t have it on the test). This allowed me to fully understand the words and how to use them. I can improve next time by writing more sentences to deepen my understanding further. Learning these words are helping me understand what Amal Unbound is all about. That’s how important and effective practice word work is!
- List 3-5 criteria points you think should be required on all learning reflections based on what you read above.
- Explain why you chose these points.
- We will edit/revise what you came up with in class based on this weekend's PAR.
- IMPORTANT: Do your best to mention points that have not been mentioned by your classmates. However, Mr. Fisher and I do understand that there will be some similar ones.
Birthday Cake Method (GCF)