Performance Assessment- Students demonstrate their abilities in a multitude of ways. Some will demonstrate mastery on written assessments while others will shine during projects, presentations, or artistic expression. How can students prove their mastery of your chosen standard in an alternative form? Create a performance assessment for your students. This will consist of three (3) parts: teacher copy (GRASPS and planning), interesting student copy (should grab students attention and make them excited to complete the assignment), and a rubric (used for scoring and explaining various levels of completion). As you begin to plan, remember that not all students are the same. Work to incorporate choice into the assignment. This will also help the student create ownership of the assignment. In Appendix B, see Teacher Planning: Performance Task Template and Example of Teacher GRASPS for part 1, Extra NEWS Paper for part 2, and Rubric Template Example for part 3.
This is a 3 page assignment. All three pages are different from each other such as TEACHER COPY(GRASPS AND PLANNING)
STUDENT COPY(SHOULD GRAB STUDENTS ATTENTION AND MAKE THEM EXCITED TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT)
RUBRIC(USED FOR SCORING AND EXPLAINING VARIOUS LEVELS OF COMPLETION)