I went back to the sheets we used for our New York Times exercise and provided some feedback. I will share this with the class. The whole idea of this descriptive feedback, which is a form of assessment, is to encourage some new thinking and improvement to the work.
As we begin to wind down the end of the week and prepare for some more curriculum based work next week, I wanted to do an exercise to recap some of our memories from Grade 5 and what we are looking forward to for the 16-17 school year.
|The good, the not so good, and the joyous possibilities of the future|
I posted this question on the board today:
|2 common question types you see on the EQAO assessment|
|A sample answer, done by me to encourage some reflection. The students had the option of writing in sentences or making jot notes.|
I will get around to making some hard copies for the students in Room 28. While this is one approach, there are others. For some students, they are very visual: