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1 Wax Museum Assessment Wax Museum Assessment Grand Canyon University ELM 550 September 28, 2020 Part 1
2 Wax Museum Assessment Grade: 6 th Social Studies Standard: - Washington State Standard: H2.6-8.1 Explain and analyze how individuals, movements, cultural and ethnic groups, and technology from past civilizations have shaped the world (Washington Office of Superintendent, n.d.) Art Standard: - Washington State Standard: VA:Pr4.1.6 Analyze similarities and differences associated with preserving and presenting two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and digital artwork (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, 2017) Learning Objectives: - Students will be able to select an individual from around the world who have helped shape the world. - Students will be able to discuss who they are, what they did and why they are important. - Students will be able to create a 3-4 minute monologue and perform it to others. - Students will be able to identify why museums are important and how they reflect history to others. Formative Assessments: Exit Ticket: This formative assessment will be given at the end of the class period. Students will write down 3 things they learned, 2 things they want to learn more about and 1 thing that they had trouble on. They will also be able to leave any feedback for me to review. After I collect the
3 Wax Museum Assessment exit tickets, I can review them and determine where students may be struggling and see if there needs to be any further explanations. If students left feedback for me, I can tweak my teaching strategy to help accommodate for my students. This information can help better my students when I introduce them to a new topic or project. Think-Pair-Share: For this strategy, I can ask my students questions and allow some time for them to think about their answer. After an allotted amount of time, students will then pair up and share their answers with their peers. This will give me time to roam the room and listen in on their answers to gain insight on their level of understanding. Students are at the center of their own learning in this formative assessment and can take the time to understand information and connect it to their learning and put it towards their project.

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