Reflection: Quizzes Fables Quiz - Section 3: Assessment


This type of test was good practice for the upcoming state assessment. I have noticed that some of my students have difficulty with multiple choice questions, especially if the responses do not match what they feel is the correct answer. My gifted student will go so far as to write in an additional answer choice. Other students may simply complain that the correct answer is not there. In their defense, their answer is the better answer a majority of the time. As a result, I have had to explain that they are to select the best answer, even if they do not feel the answers choices are viable.

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Fables Quiz

Unit 15: Tell Me a Story
Lesson 10 of 14

Objective: SWBAT to choose the moral of the story based on key events in the text.

Big Idea: Students read short fables and answer multiple-choice questions.

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