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Diagnostic Question Example

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Diagnostic Questions are designed such that each incorrect answer reveals a unique misconception. Knowing each student's misconceptions lets you support them better. Let's look at an example:

Diagnostic Question Example
ANSWER

150°

CONSTRUCT

Subtract multiple-digit integers mentally.

MISCONCEPTION

May suggest that they understands that angles on a straight line must add up to 180°, but they used the wrong angle to calculate P.

SUPPORT

Resource to illustrate the relationship between angles on a straight line, followed by exercises designed to help them develop fluency in this skill.

answer

65°

CONSTRUCT

Find missing angles using angles on a straight line.

MISCONCEPTION

May be the result of the student muddling up their angle facts, mistakenly thinking this is an example of opposite angles  being equal.

Support

Resource to illustrate the relationship between angles on a straight line. Exercise where they are challenged to match up an assortment of diagrams with the angle fact they represent.

ANSWER

115°

CONSTRUCT

Subtract multiple-digit integers mentally.

MISCONCEPTION

The answer is correct! There are no apparent misconceptions.

SUPPORT

The student is ready to tackle more challenging exercises in angles and geometry.

answer

85°

CONSTRUCT

Find missing angles using angles on a straight line.

MISCONCEPTION

May imply that the student is aware of the concept that angles on a straight line must add up to 180°, but has included all visible angles in their calculations.

Support

Resource to illustrate the relationship between angles on a straight line. Selection of examples and non-examples of angles on a straight line.

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