Reflection: Continuous Assessment Elmer and Rose - Section 4: Wrap Up


As a teacher I am constantly assessing my student's abilities.  Through constant assessing I am able to see if I am meeting the CCSS or if I need to do more instruction.  Another reason to do constant assessing is to praise and rejoice in the learning of kindergarten skills.  When my students see that they are doing an awesome job, they are more willing to do a similar assignment or to try something more difficult.  The end product is great for student portfolios and parent/teacher conferences.

  Do they really know?
  Continuous Assessment: Do they really know?
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Elmer and Rose

Unit 8: Elmer
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT engage in discussion about key details and write and opinion paper as a response to literature.

Big Idea: We will discuss the key details and write about our favorite part of the story.

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