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Student Misconceptions. Well be organizing our observations. Use the yellow legal size paper . Label doors: Fraction concepts Fraction Multiplication Fraction Division Fraction/Decimal/ Percent Equivalents. Inside the first door. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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• Student Misconceptions

• *Well be organizing our observationsUse the yellow legal size paper .

Label doors: Fraction conceptsFraction MultiplicationFraction DivisionFraction/Decimal/ Percent Equivalents

• *Inside the first door

Well record any fraction misconceptions we see as you work through the activity.

Take a moment to first record misconceptions you have seen in fraction concepts (first door).http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

Dont forget the backside of the door gives you a place to write also

• When are our opportunities to learn students misconceptions?Analyzing student work

Talking to students individually

Whole class interaction*

• *Error Patterns in Computation

• Whats an error pattern?A predictable approach a student takes in solving problems incorrectly.

Analyzing students incorrect responses can reveal a misconception that can be strategically retaught.*

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• Please consider the following examples, as time permits:F-C-1, D-E-1 (p. 58)F-E-1 (p. 59)F-E-2 (p. 60)M-F-1 (Chapter 6)M-F-2 (p. 92)*

• When are our opportunities to learn students misconceptions?Analyzing student work

Talking to students individually

Whole class interaction*

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• When are our opportunities to learn students misconceptions?Analyzing student work

Talking to students individually

Whole class interaction*

• Carne Barnett Case Studies*

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• Back to the 4-door bookAdd a description of the misconception to the appropriate door of your 4-door book.Are there any that were noted at your table that did NOT come up in the error pattern examples?*

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