Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Word Wall: Biotechnology Terms from A to Z - Section 6: Evaluate

 

I never assess my students understanding of the terms through isolated vocabulary tests which promote memorization of words rather than genuine understanding of their meaning and role in the biotechnology industry. I find it much more effective to weave assessment of the terms from a particular lesson or unit into larger quizzes, exams, and performance tasks which makes the diagnostic more likely to be able to properly gauge the level of understanding students have of the intersection of many terms in biotechnology!

  Resist Adding a Vocabulary Test at the End of this Lesson!
  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Resist Adding a Vocabulary Test at the End of this Lesson!
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Word Wall: Biotechnology Terms from A to Z

Unit 1: Introduction to the Biotechnology Workplace
Lesson 3 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to communicate ideas, methods, and processes necessary for their work in a biotechnology workplace using appropriate language and terminology.

Big Idea: Word Walls can be used to improve literacy in ALL curriculum areas and at ALL levels by helping students build the vocabulary needed to explain complex scientific ideas.

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