Reflection: Rigor I Get The Gist of Poetry Formative - Section 1: Introduction

 

So this was the opposite of rigor. My students all did well on this task. I chose to start out easy just to see how they would do with this poem, but the questions really didn't require much thinking. I made the decision based on our district unit pre-assessment. I tried to scaffold my instruction and the assessments, but I shot way too low. My students are much more capable than I originally thought. It served as a good indicator of where to start with them.  However, I could've have used it as a quick check instead of an actual formative quiz. 

  Way too Easy
  Rigor: Way too Easy
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I Get The Gist of Poetry Formative

Unit 4: Poetry: A Love/Hate Relationship- "Love That Dog"
Lesson 5 of 20

Objective: SWBAT read and understand a basic poem.

Big Idea: Before we can dig deep into poetry, you have to be open to seeing the overall idea in a poem.

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