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SINGLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL

PROGRAM

Revised 7.1.13

UNIT ASSESSMENT PLAN FORMAT


Unit Title: Lines, Angles, and Triangles

Name: Bill Guppy

Summarize each element as succinctly as possible but provide salient details. Table will expand as you type. Use additional pages as necessary. Add
links to resources as appropriate.

DAY

OBJECTIVE
ASSESSED

1
Students put into
practice facts
about
supplementary,
complementary,
vertical, and
adjacent angles
to find angle
measures.
Entry-Level

TIMING

ASSESSME
NT
FORMAT

SOURCE

GRADING
TOOL

Progress
Monitoring

2
Students verify
facts about the
angle sum and
exterior angle of
triangles.
Students will
write and solve
equations
involving angle
measures.
Entry-Level
Progress
Monitoring

3
Students
evaluate facts
about angles
formed when
parallel lines are
cut by a
transversal.
Entry-Level
Progress
Monitoring

5
Students
interpret the
Pythagorean
Theorem
numerically,
algebraically, and
geometrically.
Entry-Level
Progress
Monitoring

ALL

Entry-Level
Progress
Monitoring

Summative

Summative

Summative

Summative

Summative

Quiz/Exam

Quiz/Exam

Quiz/Exam

Quiz/Exam

Quiz/Exam

ALL

ALL

Entry-Level
Progress
Monitoring
Summative
Quiz/Exam
Assignment/Projec
t

Assignment/Project

Assignment/Project

Assignment/Project

Assignment/Project

Assignment/Project

Performance

Performance

Performance

Performance

Performance

Teacher

Teacher

Teacher

Teacher

Teacher

Teacher

Textbook

Textbook

Textbook

Textbook

Textbook

Textbook

School/District

School/District

School/District

School/District

School/District

School/District

State

State

State

State

State

State

Rubric

Rubric

Rubric

Rubric

Rubric

Rubric

Scoring Guide

Scoring Guide

Scoring Guide

Scoring Guide

Scoring Guide

Scoring Guide

Answer Sheet

Answer Sheet

Answer Sheet

Answer Sheet

Answer Sheet

Answer Sheet

Performance

Group

Group

Group

Group

Group

Group

ASSESSME

Individual

Individual

Individual

Individual

Individual

Individual

NT
ELEMENTS

Oral

Oral

Oral

Oral

Oral

Oral

Written

Written

Written

Written

Written

Written

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

PURPOSE

IMPLEMEN
TATION

STUDENT
FEEDBACK

INFORMIN
G
INSTRUCTI
ON

To assess prior
knowledge
Students
complete
Warmup
worksheet then
discuss as a
whole class
Students are
observed while
working, written
work is critiqued
by teacher, oral
answers give
immediate
feeback.
Indicates if prior
content
knowledge needs
to be reviewed
more thoroughly
before
introducing the
new content

Check for
understanding

Check for content


acquisition

Check
understanding of
content and skills

Assess learning
of content
knowledge.

Self-directed
review of
content

Students
complete an exit
slip to hand in in
order to leave the
classroom

Teacher observes
the classroom
while students
work on
assignment
observing and
take notes on
individual
students

Students write
concepts in their
math journals for
their own
reference.

Students
complete a quiz
handout.

Quizlet Game

Immediate
feedback. They
can leave once
they've provided
a fact pertaining
to the objective.

Teacher can give


immediate
feedback to
individual
students

The teacher can


ask students
about a topic that
they wrote about
in their journal.

Students will
see what
content they
are missing and
have
opportunity to
review.

Students selfassess their


content
knowledge
and review
facts and
terms

Review content
tomorrow if
necessary.

Reteach content
based on whole
class trends and
individual student
needs.

Teacher can
reteach a
concept based on
the class's math
journals.

Reteach
content based
on whole class
trends.

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