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Part III: Assessment Plan

Lesson Title: What is Recycling

Content Standard: 3.E.4B.4 Define problems caused by a natural event or human activity and design devices or solutions to reduce the impact on the environment.

Lesson Objectives:

The assessment plan I created below ensures that each activity is assessed in a meaningful, productive way to ensure student effort and accuracy are being recognized in a timely matter.

Activity

ISTE Standards

Assessment

Format of Assessment

Google Doc Guided Practice What is Recyclable?

1.c

Low-level assessment (participation/classwork)

Students will be assessed by the completion of the What is Recyclable Google Doc. If the student has participated fully, they will receive full credit for the assignment.

Recycling Presentation Project

2.b, 3.a, 6.a

High-level (project grade)

Students will work in groups of 3 or 4 to create their presentation. They will be graded based on the rubric found under the Activity Assessment Description.

Activity: “What is Recyclable?

ISTE Standards

Standards: 1c: Students use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practice and to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways.

Assessment: The assessment in the activity is based on the guided practice activity for “What is Recyclable?” The activity consists of a chart that explains what items are recyclable and what items are not recyclable. Students are to read through the lists then they are to sort pictures of items into the correct categories. Students will be allowed to work with a neighbor for this activity. They will talk with their neighbor and explain their reasoning behind why they put each item in the category. The ISTE standard that correlates with this activity is the students use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practices. Once students are done, they will submit the assignment into Google Classroom. There I will give students feedback and provide explanatory feedback on the questions they got wrong and right. In order to use Google Docs, students will be responsible for using technology to

improve their practice and demonstrate their knowledge. Studentslearning will be measured based on the completion of their Guided Practice on Google Docs.

Activity: Recycling Presentation Project

ISTE Standards

Standards: 2b Students engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networked devices

3a Students plan and employ effective research strategies to locate information and other resources for their intellectual or creative pursuits.

6a Students choose the appropriate platforms and tools for meeting the desired objectives of their creation or communication.

Assessment: This assessment associated with this activity is a high-level assessment, which is worth 25% of the students’ grade. The students will follow the instructions for the rubric below. They will be graded on their groups final project and their individual participation. The students will be given a choice of creating a paper poster, electronic brochure, or an educational video. All presentations must have professional aspects and be visually appealing. It is important for students to review the rubric when creating their presentation to receive full credit. One of the ISTE standards that aligns with this project is that students will engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology. Students will be allowed to use their Chrome books while researching ways to recycle. They are expected use digital citizenship and only go on teacher approved websites. The next ISTE standard that aligns with this project is that students will plan and employ effect research strategies to locate information and other resources. Students must be able to decipher what information will be vital to their project and what information is not valuable to their presentation. The last ISTE standard that aligns with this project is students will choose the appropriate platform and tools for meeting the desired objectives of their creation. Students will be given the three options stated previously to create their project. They must decide which tool will support the information they are trying to present to their families and communities. It is the responsibility of each group to make sure they are using their time wisely. Each student will also do a self-reflection of how they contributed to their groups project.

Project Rubric:

Conventions

There are little or no spelling or grammar errors.

There are only 3-6

There are more than 6 spelling or grammar errors.

spelling or grammar errors.

25

points

15

points

5

points

Design

The project design is creative and visually appealing. The final project shows effort and thought on how the project will be presented.

The project is creative. The final project shows some thought but not a lot of creativity.

The project is very bare and does not show a lot of thought into design and creativity.

25

points

15

points

5

points

Content

All the required information is present. The information is well organized and easy to understand.

Some of the required information is present. The information is well organized.

The information is unorganized and difficult to follow. The student left out a lot of the required information.

25

points

15

points

5

points

Participation

The student participated fully in the group project and contributed throughout all aspects of the project.

The student did some work on the project but did not help in all aspects of the project.

The student did not put their fair share of work in. They contributed very little work to their groups project.

25

points

15

points

5

points