Reflection: Checks for Understanding If You Were an Exclamation Point - Section 3: Assessment


Sometimes, it seems to us that our lessons are as clear as day, but for our students they are as clear as mud.  Doing some sort of evaluation or assessment after teaching a lesson, gives us the information we need to plan on moving forward or taking a few steps back.  After this lesson, I thought most of my students understood the idea of exclamation marks, but this was not the case for everyone.  Depending on the number of students who are unsure determines how I will reteach this concept.  Fortunately, only a few were still struggling, so I did some reteaching during our small group time.

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If You Were an Exclamation Point

Unit 9: Learning About Punctuation
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT understand what an exclamation point means and indicate its proper placement. Student Objective: I can use a exclamation point correctly in a sentence.

Big Idea: Look here! It's time to learn exclamation points!

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