Reflection: High Expectations Summative Assessment for Of Mice and Men: Academic Choice - Section 4: Wrap Up


About three quarters of my students chose to write a "letter to George" and received an average score of 3 on the grading rubric. Those who enjoy drawing and are spatially talented chose to design a poster.  What I found (not surprisingly) was that all my students, with the exception of one, completed the assessment.  The one that did not seemed to loose her stamina and decided to take a lower score rather than complete her test.

I'd like to hear from you with any questions or comments you may have about working with reluctant learners who struggle in ELA and how you are doing your best to reach and teach all of them!

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Summative Assessment for Of Mice and Men: Academic Choice

Unit 9: Of Mice and Men
Lesson 15 of 15

Objective: SWBAT analyze how complex characters in the text in Of Mice and Men interact with other characters and advance the plot or develop the theme by answering questions on a summative assessment.

Big Idea: Putting It All Together: How I ask my students to show me what they've learned through Academic Choice.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, language choice, realism, Literature, Literary Response and Analysis, literary journal, analyze details, historical context clues, historical background, Aristotle, quotations
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