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Running head: WAX1The Wax Museum AssessmentSara PopeGCU ELM 550August 21, 2020
WAXWax Museum AssessmentPart 1: Assessment PlanThe social studies criteria for the State of Arizona covered by the Wax Museum initiativeinclude the Arizona Criteria for History, Policy, and Social Studies Level 1: Choices andConsequences.2: People have human rights and obligations.3: Civilizations are shaped by values, concepts, and variety.4: Groups experience stability and change over points in time.5: Connections between people, places, ideas, and environments are energetic.The State of Arizona Arts standard for this lesson isVA: Cn11.1.5a: Identify how art is used toinform or change the beliefs, values, or behaviors of an individual or society.Evaluations are an integral aspect of every lesson plan. A formative assessment and asummative evaluation will be given to each class. I will have four formative tests (1 for eachworking day) and one summative assessment for the wax museum presentation to my learners.My kids are given four formative tests, including a postcard, two roses, a thorn, a Twittermonitor, and a metacognition table.On the first day of the lesson, I will utilize the metacognition table I will move the indexcard to each student, and they will answer the following questions: 1). What have we done inclass? 2). Why did we do that? 3). What have I found today? 4.) How do I do that? 5). Exactlywhat sort questions do I have? This will encourage me to see what students think about theirstudy, and whether they think why they're doing the work. I will use two roses and one thorn forthe shape comparison the next day. This measure demands that the student report two items heenjoyed or did (so that two components of his study were involved or were considered2
WAXinteresting).. This should encourage learners to focus on the research they have done so far andto be frank about their learning. On the third day, I use the Twitter board 's formative appraisal.In this exam, each student gets a notepad, which explains everything they have learned with 140characters. I'll place their responses in the schoolroom on a corkboard. This method ofassessment makes it possible to focus on their study and learning. On the final day of theprogram, each individual receives a blank postcard. They would then draw an description of theirhistorical person and the real incident of which the historical figure took place. In the other sideof the postcard, the student writes a summary of the events from one historical individual to thenext. This appraisal further reflects their understanding, plus integrates an art tradition for howart is used to make people or culture aware of ideals, beliefs or customs.

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