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Using Performance-Based Assessment to Make Instructional Decisions. SCCGE Dr. Elissa Brown Charleston, SC Ms. Mandy Fordham November 29, 2006 Center for Gifted Education College of William & Mary. Benefits of Performance-Based Assessment.
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SCCGE Dr. Elissa Brown
Charleston, SC Ms. Mandy Fordham
November 29, 2006 Center for Gifted Education
College of William & Mary
- Wiggins, 1989
Tell in pictures and numbers what you know about telling time.
1. State and explain the main idea of the story.
2. Use your own words to explain what you think the author means by . . .
** Possible score of 0-8 per question, maximum total score of 32.
1.Important idea: The important idea of the story was a miser who got a lot of money and buried it. Then a thief just happened to find the gold and stole it.
2.“A possession is worth no more than the use we make of it.”: I think it means if something is yours and you never use it, don’t hide it or someone just someone may steal it and never-ever in your life return it ever again.”
3. Idea of change: “It tells us change may be randomly. It can be randomly because the miser never new someone may be stealing his money.”
4. New title for the story: “A good title for this story would the The Mad Miser because the miser was mad when he found out someone stealed his money. Also, the miser was mad with the stranger.”
I also choose this title because it describes
music without color.
** Possible score of 0-6 per criteria; 0-8 per criteria, maximum total score of 28 (based on Burkhalter, 1995).
Do I think the poem, “Where the Rainbow Ends,” should be required for all students in my grade? Of course I do! This poem states that you should rather sing together than alone. Especially if you are different races. It teachers you that there is no such thing as a black tune or a white tune. It is just music. Don’t judge people by there color of there skin. We are all brothers and sisters. It also tells us that a tune is very hard to learn. If we work together, we can definitely do it. This poem will tell everyone in the world to be a family.
based assessments to guide student learning?