Reflection: Standardized Tests (PARCC/Smarter Balanced) Greek Mythology - Assessment - Section 2: Assessment


This is the first year I have implemented "open-book" assessments.  The new standardized testing in our state requires students to go back to the test and find their evidence to support their answers.  I feel that the students can't be fully prepared for that if they aren't ever allowed to see the text during an exam.  Our district has a basal reading program that I follow as well for part of our language arts block.  Those tests are closed book to give a variety of assessments and situations.  

  A New Look at Assessment
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Greek Mythology - Assessment

Unit 7: Greek Mythology Madness!
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT show what they have learned about Greek Mythology as well as demonstrate an understanding of terminology we use today that references Greek Mythology.

Big Idea: This is our assessment day for our unit on Greek Mythology. Students will have the opportunity to show what they know about Greek Myths.

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