Long-Range Curriculum Map Analysis
This unit also works with models and manipulatives, such as number lines, shapes, base ten blocks and circles in order to understand fractions. The reason I used this form of assessment was so students would be able to transfer learning. By using multiple means of representation, every student would be able to find a method that works for them. That way, as an individual, they can choose what method they prefer in order to solve fractions. In this unit, I would like to add one-on-one work time so I could have each student explain how they solved the problem and why. This form of assessment is far more effective than homework because I can get a better understanding of how each student is thinking. Utilizing the Universal Design for Learning in these ways is necessary since I will be teaching diverse learners.
[Units 4, 5 and 6 reflect the same ideas from Units 1, 2 and 3] I designed my unit plan over the first unit. After learning the material this semester, I understand how my unit was more wrong than right. My assessment consisted of