Reflection: Analyzing and Evaluating Claim Test - Section 2: Test


Before the sun was up this morning, I had my classroom rearranged for test taking. While my room is normally set up for discussion purposes, a U shape, testing requires long lines for easy monitoring. I place my tables and chairs in three long rows. This change helps me see what's going on and sets a serious tone for students--it's a break from the norm, an indication that today is different and requires focus.

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Analyzing and Evaluating Claim Test

Unit 5: Finding and Evaluating Claim and Evidence in Informational Texts
Lesson 18 of 18

Objective: Students will be able to analyze and evaluate claims in Revolutionary literature by testing their skills.

Big Idea: Ready, set, test!

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English / Language Arts, Evaluation and Analysis, analysis, claim and evidence, evaluation
  45 minutes
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