Reflection: Student Self-Assessment To Live Final Assessment - Section 1: To Live Final Assessment/SSR


My students were very nervous about their test, both before and after they took it. They did not feel like they did very well, and, given the time of year, they are worried about the impact it will have on their final grades. My teaching partner and I have a plan in mind that will allow them to retake/correct some of their mistakes, but in the meantime, here are some student reflections on how they felt like they did. 

  Student Self-Assessment: Student Reflections on Their Assessment
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To Live Final Assessment

Unit 17: Literary Texts: Analyzing Modern Conflict
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their ability to analyze theme, characters and rhetorical purpose by successfully completing a final assessment over To Live. SWBAT demonstrate their ability to conduct short research by working on their final projects.

Big Idea: We are done reading our last novel of the it is time to see how much students comprehended!

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