Reflection: Checks for Understanding What's at the End? - Section 4: Assessment


At first it may not seem like this assessment really fits with this activity but I do have certain students who only recognize beginning sounds or ending sounds. This assessment here really allows me to pin point which students still focus on the beginning or ending sounds.

The results also show me which students have an ability to break up medial sounds within words. These students I can move onto to more difficult lessons such as digraphs and vowel work.  

  Formative Assessment
  Checks for Understanding: Formative Assessment
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What's at the End?

Unit 10: Maryland
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

Big Idea: Students refine their phoneme segmentation skills as they look for items with the same ending sound as a given word.

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