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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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