Reflection: Data Analysis Idioms Assessment - Section 3: Idioms Assessment


The students overall did an outstanding job on the idioms assessment.  The class average was 94%.  They did much better on this idioms assessment than they did on the with similes and metaphors.  I attribute this to taking the time to spend a few days on idioms.  Similes and Metaphors spent a day on and then reviewed in the following days.  I now know that I need to take the time to teach similes and metaphors more in depth if I want the students to have a better grasp on the concept.  

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Idioms Assessment

Unit 8: Idioms are a Piece of Cake
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of idioms on our end of unit assessment.

Big Idea: This is our assessment day for idioms. The students will get to show what they know.

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