Reflection: Performance Tasks Pool Party! - Section 3: Focus!


In order to grade each student individually, I created a grading sheet.  This way I can assess each student's ability and keep their grade private.  I took the criteria from the Pool Party rubric and made a word document out of it.  I will be grading the project as a whole group under the "overal presentation" otherwise, they will be graded individually.


Here are the products of all of their hard work.  Dive in!

  Performance Tasks: The pool is open!
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Pool Party!

Unit 8: Geometry
Lesson 9 of 17

Objective: SWBAT create an aquatic park using their knowledge of 2-D figures, area and perimeter..

Big Idea: Want to get students to work cooperatively in group projects, here's how!

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