Reflection: Checks for Understanding Bad Boys Get Cookie--or So They Think! - Section 3: Assessment


Even when I take the time to explain each section of the graphing worksheet, I found that some students did not quite understand what they were supposed to do.  I tried not to give too much information to the students because I was using this as an assessment.  Trying to find a balance between too much direction and not enough direction can be tricky.  I chose to collect the worksheets and then during a quiet time, I would call up the students, one at a time, to talk about their pictures and what they learned.

  Guiding the Assessment
  Checks for Understanding: Guiding the Assessment
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Bad Boys Get Cookie--or So They Think!

Unit 8: A Dozen Gingerbread Treats
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT understand and use question words to retell a story. Student Objective: I can retell the story by using question words.

Big Idea: Retelling stories using interrogatives demonstrates the child's comprehension of a story.

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