Reflection: Checks for Understanding The Man Who Walked Between the Towers - Section 3: Whaddya Think??

 

I have used peer assessment in class before- generally it's a "hold up the number of fingers (correlated to points) you would give this constructed response" and I've always used rubrics for students to self assess, but I've never used peer assessment with a rubric.  

My students get pretty good at peer assessing and they enjoy it.  This activity with the stickers went over so much better than I thought it would.  I was nervous that students would be all over the place and not focused on the task at hand.  To my surprise, though, they took the assessing very seriously and worked together with the rubric to fairly and accurately assess the charts that their classmates completed.  This is definitely a strategy that I would try again.  

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The Man Who Walked Between the Towers

Unit 6: September 11th - We Can't Forget - They Don't Remember
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: SWBAT form and write an opinion based upon a historical fiction text. They will also be able to identify where the Towers are and explain their importance to New York City.

Big Idea: In order to understand the events of September 11, students must have an understanding and appreciation of the Twin Towers.

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English / Language Arts, September 11 terrorist attack, Social Studies, Reading, Genres (Reading), The Man Who Walked Between The Towers, Writing an Opinion, history
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