Reflection: Accountability TCAP ELA Vocabulary Review - Section 4: Closure


In this lesson, students use adaptive technology in the form of an online Jeopardy-inspired game.  It allowed them to use cooperative play as they held each other accountable to know the ELA content being reviewed.  Cooperative play is a means of students working cooperatively together in order to complete the same objective.  The objective in this lesson was to master the TCAP ELA vocabulary.  The lesson was effective because most of my scholars definitely improved in their level of mastery of the TCAP ELA vocabulary.

  Cooperative Play
  Accountability: Cooperative Play
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TCAP ELA Vocabulary Review

Unit 8: TCAP Testing
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use a Jeopardy-inspired game to review ELA vocabulary for the TCAP test.

Big Idea: Students will review ELA vocabulary for the TCAP test by playing a Jeopardy-inspired game.

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English / Language Arts, Vocabulary, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), TCAP test, jeopardy, game, test prep
  60 minutes
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