formative assessment Unit V - English 9 Lord of the Flies
formative assessment Unit V - English 9
Lord of the Flies
dialogue / role-play
requires students to write and dramatize a situation drawing from slang, regional, and connotative word banks
-assessment requires use of two compete instructional blocks, week 4/5
feedback directs final stages of summative project and checks lesson pacing
elicits emotion, longer written responses, deeper understanding, and word evaluation
think pair share
this visible thinking routine explores personal reactions to words in a "free-association" style, where both words and students are paired, using vocabulary with assigned meaning as presented in the novel
-VTR uses one lesson block, week 2/5
moves students, pairs students and requires construction of short verbal responses
feedback - information provided on student interaction may alter groupings or assignments, also offers personal reaction to class content
Kahoot # 1
will concentrate on the understanding and use of
-What symbols arise from the word "conch"?
-How does the connotation of "Piggy" affect the collective reaction?
-How is time and region defined by
feedback - critical reading skills, comprehension may alter reading schedule
-quiztech can be completed in one lesson block with reflection, week 1/5
incorporates technology, element of surprise, and response selection
Kahoot # 2
will check comprehension of the
-Which words are exemplars of connotation and denotation?
-What are the American alternatives for the British vocabulary?
-What grouping of words has the greatest impact on tone in the novel?
-quiztech can be completed in one lesson block with reflection, week 3/5
feedback - depth of understanding and participation in project assignment may alter summative assessment schedule
incorporates technology, element of surprise, and short constructed responses
word phrase sentence
this visible thinking routine requires selection of each from the text, display and reasoning, culminating in class discussion graded on participation
-VTR uses one lesson block, week 1/5
feedback - provides clues to individual understanding, collective thinking and content coverage, may alter project role assignment or vocabulary study routines
moves students, pairs students and displays reasoning for collective review
formative evaluations have provided feedback to the instructor (specifics suggested by fb are included in
bubbles) which points to fine-tuning of summative project parameters, student interaction and relation with content, and comprehension under reading schedule
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