Reflection: Continuous Assessment 5 Little Ducks - Section 4: Wrap Up


When teaching a standard, I like to assess my students to see if they completely understand what I am teaching them.  I was teaching the standard of knowing the 5 W's of a story.  Most of my students could answer the questions if I asked them, but I wanted to know if they could ask the questions themselves.  Next year they will have to ask themselves the questions and answer them in written form.  I thought I would see if they could make that shift and be able to to it.  Most of them could.  I love the writing process.  Every step can be used as an assessment to see if the student can understand the expectation,  know the information,  able write the assignment, orally read his sentences to the class.  Each step can be broken down and be modeled again for clarification or retaught.  If they can write the questions to this assignment then I feel they understood the meaning of the 5 W's.

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5 Little Ducks

Unit 15: Let's Read and Write About Families
Lesson 9 of 11

Objective: SWBAT identify the 5 W's in the story by writing the questions and orally reading them to the class.

Big Idea: Let's write the 5 W questions about the story.

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