Reflection: Quizzes Reading Circle Meeting & Assessment - Cinder Book Three - Section 2: Quiz


With this third Cinder quiz, I start to be more strict about timing.  I allow 20 minutes for a quiz like the one they are taking in this lesson.

One thing I have learned about my middle school students over the years is that they have difficulty making decisions in a timely manner.  This applies to work in class and the real world.  Many of my students are afraid of making a mistake; therefore, they over-think things to the point of talking themselves out of a correct answer. This is not helpful on assessments, so I see it as my job to prepare them for keeping an appropriate pace when completing an assessment.  

The problem solving skills they practice today will affect them in both college and career.

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Reading Circle Meeting & Assessment - Cinder Book Three

Unit 4: Literary Reading - "Sooner or later, everything old is new again." Part 3
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding (though both verbal and written communication) of multiple literary elements through textual evidence.

Big Idea: Putting the pieces together.

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