Assessment of student learning objective 1 collect

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Assessment of Student Learning: Objective 1: Collect their Organ Notes Handout. Listen to students’ responses to oral questions. Review results from Kahoot! Document responses on notepads. What would happen if we didn’t have lungs? What does your heart do? Why are muscles important? What does the brain do? If the message the brain gets is that your hand has touched a hot stove, what message do you think the brain sends to your body? When you are playing baseball, your eyes see the ball, you swing the bat, you hit the ball, and you run to first base. What body parts are involved?
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Post Lesson Analysis Lesson Adjustment: (How are you re-teaching objectives for mastery based on formative assessment? Include evidence.) I can use the Organ Notes Handout as a formative. There are a few students I will pull and reteach one-on-one to go over the functions. Some students were able to list the function of some of the organs, but not others. I will concentrate on the organs that students have difficulty with: brain and heart. I wrote down how many students got the question correct on the Kahoot. According to the results I documented, all students correctly answered questions 8 and 9 (the questions are attached below). I could have students play the Kahoot again after I provide intervention. I could use BINGO as enrichment for those students who successfully answered all of the questions! Reflection on Teaching: (Analyze and evaluate your lesson and class management.) Kahoot was successful because the students have played multiple Kahoots. I had set up so all the students had to do was enter the game pin and then their name. I handed out technology during morning message so I was not wasting instructional time, but I had poor procedures for collecting the technology. I had students come up by tables. This was time consuming and other students began to talk during this process. I read the questions and answers aloud to students. I had students complete Organ Notes Handout and listed instructions on whiteboard. I had students write the function and one fact (this was for students who finished early). Students took much longer to complete this task than expected. My pacing was not accurate. I did not allow students enough time so I gave them an additional five minutes after lunch. I worked with three ELs who needed the extra support. I adjusted the portion that they needed to write. The other students were expected to write in full sentences, but I just had these students write the function. I used leveled questions and allowed the students to share their fact
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