In Week 1, you selected a standard for your unit plan along with three measurable learning objectives. This is the first step in creating any type of lesson or
unit plan as we must know what knowledge we want our learners to acquire. Since we are following the backward design model for developing lesson plans,
the next thing is to create our assessments; the evidence that will let us know our learners are acquiring the knowledge.
Prior to beginning work on this assignment,
• Read Chapter 5: Placement, Diagnostic, and Formative Assessment
• Review your instructor’s feedback from Week 1 to make any necessary changes to your learning objectives.
• Review the following links on different ways you can formatively assess student learning:
o 56 Different Ways to Gather Evidence of Student Achievement (Links to an external site.)
o Examples of Formative Assessment Exercises (Links to an external site.)
o Fantastic, Fast Formative Assessment Tools (Links to an external site.)
Consider how you might formatively assess learners before, during, and after a lesson.
Content Instructions (Due Monday, Day 7)
Complete the following:
• Fill out the Week 2 Creation of Formative Assessment Assignment Template Download Week 2 Creation of Formative Assessment Assignment Template.
• Include your standard and three measurable learning objectives in this document.
• Create three different ways you might formatively assess your learners during your instructional plan. Provide a descriiption of each of the assessments
and how each one helps you in measuring the progress of your learners mastering the learning objectives. This explanation will show alignment between
your standards and objectives and your formative assessments. Use evidence from your readings to support your ideas.
• Integrate the use of technology with at least one of your formative assessments.
Writing and Formatting Expectations
Your Creation of Formative Assessment assignment
• Must be two to three double-spaced pages in length (does not include the title or reference page).
• Must include a separate title page with the following:
o Title of paper
o Student’s name
o Course name and number
o Instructor’s name
o Date submitted