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Assessing Reading Numbers

Illustrative MathematicsVaries

Students should be able to identify numbers when shown them in random order. If the numbers are shown in sequence then knowledge of the sequence supports identification, so correct identification does not necessarily indicate facility with reading numbers. A long pause when identifying a number may indicate that a student is counting in order to get a sort of running start to help identify a target number. The student may use sub-vocal counting (like counting under their breath) from another number to arrive at the correct number name.

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