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ME: Course 1-2013-Bibb

Denna R. Bradford

2305 Kingsley Drive

Macon, Georgia, 31204

478-719-2943

dbradford.williams@bibb.k12.ga.us

Instructor: Mrs. Karen Crider

Table of Contents

I. Background Information Table on Student 1 and Student 2 ……………...

II. Student 1 – IM ……………………………………………………………

A. Student Interview.

III. Student 2 – AM ……………………………………………………………

A. Student Interview

IV. Assessment, Discussion, and Presentation of Tasks ………………………

A. Number Sense

V. Analysis and Interpretation of Data ………………………………………

A. Analysis

B. Interpretation of Data

VI. Misconceptions ……………………………………………………………...

A. Student 1 – IM

B. Student 2 – AM

VII. Intervention Plan …………………………………………………………...

A. Student 1 – IM

B. Student 2 – AM

C. Anchoring Instruction Activities……………………………………….

VIII. References …………………………………………………………………...

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I. Background Information Table on Student 1 and Student 2

|Background Information |
| |Student 1 – IM |Student 2 - AB |
|Gender, Age, and Grade |Male / 8 yrs./ 2nd grade |Male / 9 yrs. / 2nd grade |
|Date of Birth…...

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