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Old 12-31-2019, 12:24 PM
 
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This may be a very stupid question but there it goes...
Ex: "Indicate the unit of instruction". The current math curriculum, in our district, has an entire unit on Numbers and Operations in Base 10. Am I supposed to provide this title, or succinctly elaborate what this is all about? Somehow, I tend to think that I am supposed to explain what it means from a Kindergartner's perspective.
I also do not want to be redundant as there's another question on the goals of the unit.


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I am guessing that this question is on the form and not part of the WC -

This would be the overarching student learning goal - or the big idea. You need to pretend the assessor knows nothing about it. The lesson goal will be a hyper focused part of the the "big idea".

I hope this helps - If it is part of the form - that is more descriptive - you will do more analysis during the WC.
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This helps. Thanks!
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