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Unit 6 Math Reflection

Here is my reflection for unit 6 of math.       
In this unit’s assessment, I only made 1 silly error! I was surprised I only had 1! Double checking my work, worked! My silly mistake was subtracting instead of adding when I had to add some fractions. 
       This unit’s open response was quite simple. I had to make up a family with 6 people in which the average age was 24 years old, and we had to have ourselves in this family. I used a father, a mother, two siblings, me and an aunt. I got a 4 on the open response and I think I did quite a good job explaining things.
       On the oral test, I got everything right, it was quite simple, and it was a short oral test, it only had around 15 questions, unlike the usual oral test, which has at least 20.   
          Sorry for this post being short, but I don’t really have that much to write about this unit.

My Math Reflection For Unit 2

My Unit 2 Math Reflection
I am good at doing most of the thing taught during this unit. But on my assessment, due to my lack of double-checking, I made some very very silly mistakes. For example, I added when I was supposed to subtract. From now on, I will start double-checking all my tests. And to practice, I will double-check all my homework, math pages and math boxes. I hope I do not make silly mistakes on the next test.
I think that I am best at using the traditional method with addition because to me, it is easier and simpler. I like the lattice method for multiplication because I think it is quite fun and I like counting up for subtraction because I can go negative. I also like making estimates, especially magnitude estimates because they are very very easy for me.
During this unit, I learned the counting up method for subtraction and a few other things. The counting up method uses negative numbers and is quite complex, so I like it very much. I also learned about open sentences, I knew about them and how to write them, but I always called them XY sentences, and now I know the real name for those sentences.
I really enjoyed this unit and I am quite embarrassed about the silly mistakes I made.