Reflection: Teacher Designed ELA 9 Reading, Writing, and Grammar Benchmark Assessment - Section 4: Wrap Up


A majority of the students wrote that they did not do as well as they wanted and that it was a difficult test.  Six students decided to not even try to write and open response answer because "I didn't understand the question" or "I'm not sure what to write."  I think the test was to long for the amount of time they needed to complete it.  I will revise it for next year or give them two class periods to complete it.


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Teacher Designed ELA 9 Reading, Writing, and Grammar Benchmark Assessment

Unit 1: Establishing a Classroom Culture
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their prior knowledge of ELA 9 ongoing Priority Standards by completing a teacher made Benchmark Assessment.

Big Idea: Teachers must analyze and understand the academic strengths and needs of their students in order to plan lesson and assessments for the year.

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