End of Unit Assessment: On-Demand Informational Paragraph About How the Poison Dart Frog Survives

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A final assessment marks the end of a unit that takes a close look at a variety of informational texts all about frogs. A graphic organizer aides scholars in planning an accordion paragraph using their recorder forms from previous lessons. When ready, writers compose an expository essay. Original frog poems are presented in front of peers. 

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CCSS: Designed
NGSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Plan small group lessons for reteaching purposes based on assessment performance 
  • Send the examination home to be reviewed by parents or guardians, direct pupils to bring their work back to school with a signature
  • Keep the assessment for your records and discuss work during parent-teacher conferences  
Classroom Considerations

  • The thirteenth resource is the final part of a unit that combines reading comprehension and frogs 
  • Participants must have completed past lessons in the unit prior to starting the assessment 
Pros

  • The assessment ends with congratulations pupils on a job well done 
  • Provides ample space for writing
  • The rubric uses kid-friendly language 
Cons

  • None
NGSS