Reflection: Checks for Understanding Theme: Skits (Day 2) - Section 1: Rehearsal Time


The Friendship or Power worksheets can be collected and graded to determine each students' grasp of the concepts. These papers will also give you insight into each person's contribution to the group and how seriously he or she took the task. Self-reflection is another important evaluation tool. Have students grade their own rubric before you do. Then you can discuss the discrepancies with those who are off-base. 

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  Checks for Understanding: Determing Grades
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Theme: Skits (Day 2)

Unit 13: Theme: A Mini Unit
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT work cooperatively when working with a group to create a short skit, maintain appropriate style and tone when presenting the skit to the class, and be active listeners when part of the audience.

Big Idea: The strength of friendship and the lure of power hook the audience in these skits created by students.

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