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Purposeful and  Strategic  Assessment/Instruction  Design  

Equivalent   Fractions   Comparing/Ordering   Fractions      

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Formal Formative  

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TASK  

The fields  next  to  each  standard  could  be  used  to  indicate  the   progression  of  learning  experiences  for  students  for  these  standards.       The  fields  across  the  top  indicate  the  day  of  instruction,  informal   formative  assessment,  formal  formative  assessment,  formal  formative   assessment,  and  final  assessment.    Each  experience  could  occur  one  day   after  the  other,  or  with  small  breaks  in  between.    The  purpose  of  this   approach  is  to  ensure  that  students  have  had  multiple  opportunities  to   build  their  mastery  of  a  standard,  while  teachers  use  formative  thinking   to  make  instructional  decisions.    It  is  only  after  this  process  that   students  would  be  expected  to  meet  or  exceed  standards  and  complete   a  performance  task  such  as  this.    

 

Adapted from  Erkens  2012.    solution-­‐tree.com  

 

Purposeful and Strategic Assessment/Instruction  

This chart is a flexible example for planning out purposeful and strategic learning experiences with each learning target.

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