CoreAtlas Entry/Exit Ticket: Multiples and powers of ten (5th grade)
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# CoreAtlas Entry/Exit Ticket: Multiples and powers of ten (5th grade)

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Common Core State Standards

Use this Entry/Exit ticket before/during/after any lesson. It will help your students develop meta-cognition (an essential critical thinking skill!) and deepen growth mindsets.

Instructions (following the #s on the Entry/Exit ticket itself):

1. Model for students reading & thinking about the Quest. This is kid-friendly language of the standard you're about to teach. Check for understanding by seeing if students can put the Quest in their own words.

2. Discuss the illustration with your students. It helps them see what mastery with this Quest might look like.

3. Invite students to grade themselves. Research shows self-assessment is the #1 strategy students can do to impact their learning!

4. Model reflective thinking using the prompts at your self-graded level. Your students will develop critical thinking skills, and you'll get the information you need to differentiate instruction and target intervention!

Want to try these Entry/Exit tickets for all CCSS Math, ELA, & Next Gen Science with your students online?

Schedule a demo with master teacher and creator of CoreAtlas, Sara! [email protected]

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CoreAtlas Entry:Exit Ticket - Measure volume in cm3, in3, or ft3 (5th grade).pdf

February 13, 2020
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### Standards

Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10.

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