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Unit 1: I think I did great on the first math test because I practiced a lot of problems like arrays, prime factorization, and problems using divisibility rules. I also studied the vocabulary and reviewed my homework.
I worked very hard on unit one math problems. I learned divisibility rules, and prime factorization using exponents. That's kind of hard because sometimes I forget to count up all of the exponents. I learned about square numbers, composite numbers and prime numbers. I feel like I did a good job on my Unit I test. The mistakes I made were silly mistakes because I did not check over my answers and I might have been rushing a little. The hardest question on the test was the open response.

Unit 2: I am looking forward to Unit 2 because I will be adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals. There are more rules to remember about using decimals. When I add and subtract decimals, I will need to line up the decimal points and remember to either add or subtract. When I multiply and divide decimals, I will need to remember to put the decimal point in the right place. When I work on Unit 2, I will do all of my homework, complete IXL, study the vocabulary and do practice problems. When I take the test for unit 2, I am going to slow down and check my answers so I don't make silly mistakes. I will also ask questions if I don't understand the problem.




Unit 5:

Quarter 2 Math reflection

1. What are you most proud of in math in quarter 2-why?
I am most proud of the work I did in IXL and the work that I have done at home. I completed IXL weekly and was able to practice skills for my assignments. All of my homework during quater 2 was finished on time, and it was mostly correct because I only had a few corrections to make. Working with my tutor in math is helping me improve, because it gives me extra practice, and the more I practice the better I understand.

2. What strategies have you started using in quarter 2 that have helped you become a better mathematician?
One strategy I used was with my tutor, who has been pre-teaching the lessons from my "at home math books," so during school, I did a better job on the journal pages and study links because I had a better understanding of the math lesson. Another strategy I used was to review my journal pages and study links to be sure that I knew what I was doing after each assignment. Math games helped me practice during quarter 2.

3. What are your math goals for quarter 3? How are you going to achieve them?
During Quater 3, I plan to continue what I have been doing during quarter 2 because, I think I have been learning better. I know that I have take my time and to do a better job at THINKING about the math. If I take my time, I will make good decisions about how I solve the problems. I also need to check over my work.






In what ways do you think you have grown as a math student so far this year?

This year, I have been studying flashcards and been making problems on my white board at home. I also have been better at stem and leaf plots, order of operations, and dividing and multiplying fractions and decimals.

What do you enjoy about math?

I enjoy doing journal pages as a whole class and enjoy playing math games on the computer because it helped me study. I also enjoy working with my friends because we help each other.

What strategies do you use to overcome your challenges in math?

My strategies are to read the problem carefully, underline the words that are important, and write the problem on a sheet of paper. These strategies help me because it helps me understand the problem and how to solve it.

What are your goals in math for the rest of the year?

My goals are to study, turn in my homework on time, double check my homework before turning it in.

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