Reflection: Unit Exams Charts and Graphs Unit Assessment - Section 3: Independent Practice


For the standard MD.C4 students are required to not only organize and interpret data, but to also analyze and compare the data.  When I created the assessment, I made sure that there were questions that required the students to use higher order thinking to analyze the data.  For example in question 3 students have to add the number of zebras and seals together to compare it with the number of lions. 

After students completed the assessment, I was able to use the data from the test to determine which students needed further instruction for this standard.

  Data Driven Instruction
  Unit Exams: Data Driven Instruction
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Charts and Graphs Unit Assessment

Unit 4: Charts and Graphs
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT successfully organize, represent and interpret data; and answer questions about how many more or less are in one category than in another.

Big Idea: Chart and Graph masters! This is a unit assessment for charts and graphs.

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Math, charts, graph
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