Reflection: Checks for Understanding Visualization: The words behind your own vision - Section 4: Closing


On the days that I use the Post-It Parking Lot, I am able to do a very quick formative assessment to see how well students have grasped the week’s strategy. At the end of Reader’s Workshop, when I’m looking for good examples to share, I am also scanning to see if there are any students that have misconceptions about the strategy. If so, I pull those sticky notes off and put them on the side so I can work with those students in a strategy group the next day. This gives me one more opportunity to re-teach and practice the strategy before they have to show understanding on the Guides we will use and grade at the end of the week.





  Formative Assessment with Sticky Notes
  Checks for Understanding: Formative Assessment with Sticky Notes
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Visualization: The words behind your own vision

Unit 9: Visualization Unit
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT apply visualization by identifying descriptive words with their own text independently

Big Idea: Independent practice with the concept of Visualization

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