Reflection: Qualitative Evaluations Online Assessment: Romeo and Juliet - Section 3: Student Learning Activity


Do or Redo, that is the question.

I encouraged students to take their time answering the questions and to not hesitate to look into their notes and text for evidence that supports their answers.  In saying this there were some students that wanted to finish quickly because "they know it."  They are what I call my impulsive learners and they did not "know it."  My choices were to let them finish the assessment quickly and correct their tests permitting them to re-take it the following class period or to just give them the final grade they receive on this test.  Because I understand the negative cycle they are in and that it may take time for them to slow down, I decide to correct the test and give them the option of re-dong it the following day.

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Online Assessment: Romeo and Juliet

Unit 8: Romeo and Juliet
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate comprehension of the dramatic tragedy Romeo and Juliet with text complexity proficiency by completing a summative assessment.

Big Idea: Using as an alternative assessment tool for Romeo and Juliet.

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