Checklists list the standards or learning goal in student friendly terms in a checklist style. Students check off the standard they believe that they have mastered than prove that they have mastered the standard by completing the example problem to demonstrate mastery. The final step of the checklist is to self evaluate by rating their own level of understanding and explaining why they gave themselves the rating.
I use checklist in my class before the unit/lesson, during the unit/lesson, and at the end of the unit/lesson. In the beginning the checklist are used as preview or anticipatory activities to see how much of the content students know and are already comfortable with. During the unit/lesson, the checklist serves as “check for understanding” opportunities and/or homework practice. At the end, checklists are used as study guides to help students review the content. These can be used with class or individual KWL charts to identify what they already know, what they want to know, and what was learned in the end. I have also included the standards individually for your flexibility if you prefer not to give the entire packet at one time.
The standards covered include (http://www.corestandards.org/Math/Content/7/RP/):
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