Reflection: Performance Tasks A Literary Discussion for Chapter 11 - Section 3: Did They Get It?

 

To use this lesson as a summative assessment, I had students write two paragraphs. 

In the first paragraph they used the discussion rubric to score themselves.  The task was to write a 5-sentence paragraph with specific examples to justify the score they gave themselves.

In the second paragraph they scored the performance of the group member next to them in the clockwise direction.  Again, their task was to use the rubric and specific examples from the conversation to justify the score.

  Summative Assessment of a Discussion
  Performance Tasks: Summative Assessment of a Discussion
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A Literary Discussion for Chapter 11

Unit 8: Using Tom Sawyer for an Introduction to Literary Discussions
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT engage effectively in a small-group literary discussion and reflect upon their contribution to the group through reflection writing.

Big Idea: Let's talk about it!

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