Ruby Bridges Unit Assessment

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Objective

SWBAT show what they have learned about Ruby Bridges as well as similarities and differences in firsthand and secondhand accounts of the same story.

Big Idea

In this lesson, students will get to show what they have learned about the differences between a firsthand and a secondhand account of a story as well as what they have learned about Ruby Bridges during this unit.

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Assessment

30 minutes

We have dug deep the last few days into the texts on Ruby Bridges  The books we have focused on are "The Story of Ruby Bridges" by Robert Coles and "Through My Eyes" by Ruby Bridges.  Now the kids get the opportunity to show what they have discovered.  In this assessment which is included in the resources, I have tried to address the CCSS we have been working on within this unit.  I give the students as much time as needed (as long as they are working during that time and not wasting the time) to complete the assessment.    

 

 

Coles, R. (1995). The Story of Ruby Bridges. New York, NY : Scholastic Inc.

Bridges, R. (1999). Through My Eyes. New York, NY : Scholastic Inc.