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Summative assessments tell the teacher if the students mastered a large quantity of material typically at the end of a unit, semester, or school year and are used to determine whether students have learned what they were expected to learn. They're usually worth a lot of points toward the students grade.
Include students cumulative work and essays over an extended period of time to show students learning over a unit.
Test given at the end of a period of course work to determine whether students learned material that was covered over that period.
How would you categorize a house, ice-cream, and a doll on the needs and wants chart?
Why is sleeping a need?
Explain the diffrence between a need and a want?
Do you think creating a budget is a good thing or a bad thing? Why do you think it's a good thing or a bad thing?
Can you list three things humans need to survive?
What is something you want but don't need to survive?
Diagnostic assessments are pre assessments that are used to determine students knowledge, strengths, and weaknesses at the beginning of a unit, course, or lesson. They help the teachers understand what student know and allows the teacher to adjust the lessons to meet the needs of the students.
Reading assessment that test a students reading progress and allow the teacher to identify students reading levels based on their use of reading strategies, fluency, and reading comprehension.
A graphic organizer where students write down what they know, what they want to know, and what they learned before, during, and after a lesson. This helps teachers activate students prior knowledge to make connections before a unit and then monitor their learning.
Interim/Benchmark assessments that are given at different times throughout the year to evaluate student knowledge and skills. They help teachers track students growth over time and set academic goals to help them be successful.
(The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) are standardized tests used in Texas schools to assess student knowledge over various subjects based on their grade level.
Assessment that can track student growth in math, reading, language usage, and science throughout the school year. They allow teachers to adjust instruction to challenge the students, whether they are below, at, or above grade level.
A performance assessment requires students to perform a task rather than selecting answers. This type of assessment measures students ability to demonstrate skills and their knowledge.
Students collect data in order to develop their understanding about a topic.
They require students to determine a position by making decisions or clarifying a position.
Formative assessments evaluate how students are learning material trough out the course.They allow important instructional feedback to the teacher and based on student results the teacher can can either continue on with instruction or readjust. They're nongraded.
students respond to questions or prompt teachers asks at the end of a lesson to show what they learned.
T (Think) Teachers ask a specific question and students have to think about what they know or have learned about the topic.
P(Pair) Each student is paired with a partner or small group.
S(Share) Students share thinking with partner or group. Then the teachers can have students share thinking in a class discussion based on wha they talked about with partner or group.
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