Reflection: Standardized Tests (PARCC/Smarter Balanced) Animals Are Structures Too - Summative Assessment - Section 1: RAP - Review and Preview


Summative assessments such as this are a good way to practice for high-stakes testing without taking time away from the curriculum. It is a way to assessment students' understanding of the content using question-types that they will see in the summative assessments. This is a better use of time than practicing questions for high-stakes testing using content that has no bearing on what students are learning.


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  Standardized Tests (PARCC/Smarter Balanced): Practicing Written Assessment
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Animals Are Structures Too - Summative Assessment

Unit 2: Animals Are Structures Too
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: Students will demonstrate their understanding of how skeletal structures differ in different animals and how cells work as micro-structures in an animal's body.

Big Idea: Students demonstrate their learning from this unit in a summative assessment.

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Science, diffusion, summative assessment, Osmosis, structures, scientific drawing, animal, bone, cell
  47 minutes
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