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FTCE ELA 6-12 Stack9

Teaching Assessments

Summative assessment Steps of the direct or lecture method which evaluates student learning by comparing it against a standard (final exam, project or paper). High point value
Formative Assessment Monitors learning to provide ongoing feedback for instructors to improve teaching and students to improve learning; identify weaknesses/strengths. Low/zero value (submit a research proposal, list topic of lecture)
Anecdotal assessment Short, narrative descriptions of observations in the classroom. Teachers can jot down notes as he/she goes about their day.
Authentic assessment Drives the curriculum. Teachers determine tasks students will perform to demonstrate their mastery and a curriculum is developed that will enable students to perform those tasks well. Complements Traditional Assessment.
Traditional assessment Multiple choice tests, fill in the blanks, true/false, matching etc. Curriculum drives assessment.
Anecdotal assessment Short, narrative descriptions of observations in the classroom. Teachers can jot down notes as he/she goes about their day.
Running record ongoing form. assmt; shows graphic rep. of students oral reading, identify patterns of eff/ineff strategy use; document progress over time, decide what students need to learn; measure progress, plan for future com progress to parents
Alternative Assessment Designed by teachers to gauge students understanding of material. Could be open ended questions, written compositions, oral presentations, projects, experiments & portfolios of student work
Holistic: Based on the whole project, not just each part
Venn Diagram Shows all possible logical relations. Circles. Best for compare/contrast.
KWL Instructional reading strategy that guides students through a text
KNOW Students brainstorm everything they KNOW about a topic
WANT TO KNOW Students generate a list of questions about what they WANT TO KNOW about a topic
LEARNED Info they have LEARNED is recorded in the chart.
Created by: angiescuz



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