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  • Standard/Skill Alignment
  • Standard 7.1.2.1: Add, subtract, multiply and divide positive and negative rational numbers that are integers, fractions and terminating decimals
  • Standard 7.4.2.1: Use reasoning with proportions to display and interpret data in circle graphs (pie charts) and histograms.
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Data Collection
  • Football Game- Yards
  • Create survey question of their choice
  • Authentic Assessment
  • Play a game of football (keeping track of yards) or watch your favorite football team's next game and keep statistics. Find the total yardage of each quarter by adding together the yards gained and lost.
  • Mrs. Wallner begins listing her standards she teaches in 7th grade Pre-Algebra.
  • Authentic Assessment
  • Play a game of football (keeping track of yards) or watch your favorite football team's next game and keep statistics. Find the total yardage of each quarter by adding together the yards gained and lost.
  • She then begins to list skills she wants to teach with each standard, followed by real life applications for each. This is put into a spreadsheet through Google Sheets for easy access.
  • Authentic Assessment
  • Play a game of football (keeping track of yards) or watch your favorite football team's next game and keep statistics. Find the total yardage of each quarter by adding together the yards gained and lost.
  • Mrs. Wallner is now creating an authentic assessment to go along with one of her standards, skills, and real life application.
  • Authentic Assessment
  • Play a game of football, watch your favorite football team's next game and keep statistics, or present an alternative sport to Mrs. W for approval. Find the total yardage of each quarter by adding together the yards gained and lost.
  • Feedback:
  • She is meeting with her math department and differentiation specialist at her PLC (weekly morning department meeting during advisory) to get their feedback.
  • Mrs. Wallner would like to get feedback from her students in what they think of the assessment and get their ideas for the rubric.
  • Finally, Mrs. Wallner is now taking her feedback and making final revisions to her assessment before giving it. 
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