Reflection: What Have We Learned? (Addition) - Section 3: Taking the Test and Centers


Deciding what to include on an assessment can be a challenge.  I have said this about other assessments that I have given.  A lot of information is covered in a unit and not everything is easily assessed on a paper and pencil test.  Also at this level, students have limited attention spans and are easily overwhelmed by lengthy assessments.  I need my end of unit assessment to give me an overall picture of whether or not my students mastered the major concepts and skills taught in the unit.  I assess my students everyday during our lessons and I do a one on one interview type assessment each marking period. 

  What To Test?
  What To Test?
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What Have We Learned? (Addition)

Unit 8: Addition
Lesson 21 of 21

Objective: Students will be able to show their knowledge of addition.

Big Idea: After completing a unit on addition, a summative assessment is given to gain information about what the students have learned! Assessing in small groups helps students focus and do their best on the assessment!

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Math, Critical Area, assessment, addition
  50 minutes
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