"What do we already know about...?"
These should help the reader to understand a deeper meaning, clear confusion, and keep the reader on track.
"If you were the author of this story, what would your ending be?"
"How does this idea connect to...?"
These should help to redirect the reader back to the passage, discuss relevance, and connect to real world examples.
"What might be some other good titles for this story?"
These should direct the reader to the text and spark interest while coming from the story.
"What significance is this to...?"
Used to evaluate student learning, skill acquisition, and academic achievement at the conclusion of a defined instructional period—typically at the end of a project, unit, course, semester, program, or school year.
A wide variety of methods that teachers use to conduct in-process evaluations of student comprehension, learning needs, and academic progress during a lesson, unit, or course.
A form of pre-assessment that allows a teacher to determine students' individual strengths, weaknesses, knowledge, and skills prior to instruction.
A form of assessment that educators use to evaluate where students are in their learning progress and determine whether they are on track to performing well on future assessments, such as standardized tests or end-of-course exams.
Middle of the year assessment
Also known as alternative or authentic assessment, is a form of testing that requires students to perform a task rather than select an answer from a ready-made list.
Write a one-page report
Giving a one-minute speech