Reflection: Unit Exams Ladybug Assessment Day - Section 2: Assessment


The unit on ladybugs was very interactive and covered many facets of the NGSS standard on life cycles and interdependent relationships. I wanted to create an assessment that would allow my students to apply what they had learned and also be able to explain the life cycle process. I believe that by using a variety of questions I was able to better evaluate student learning at the end of this instructional unit .

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Ladybug Assessment Day

Unit 14: Ladybugs
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate mastery of a unit on ladybugs by scoring 80% or above on a unit assessment.

Big Idea: Summative assessments will measure what students have learned , and can apply, at the end of a unit.

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Science, insects, assessment, observations, life cycles
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