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At the end of Janet's Social Studies' unit, her teacher gave out a culminating activity. The assignment had 3 format options selected by the teacher and 1 option for the students to pick. Janet also given the option to present her project orally, digitally or in writing.
To complete the culminating assessment, Janet's teacher requires process work. Janet's teacher assesses her as she works on her culminating task through observation, student- teacher conferences and having Janet self-assess herself with checklists.
Janet's class goes the extra mile to assess their process work by using a class blog and a twitter page to post their work . These sites allow students to leave helpful and positive comments to peers.
After receiving feedback from her peers and teacher, Janet reflects on her work in order to make the necessary adjustments she needs. She submits her reflection to her teacher by using GOOGLE FORM.
Janet was able to differentiate her work from her peers by including her life experiences, culture and prior knowledge into her Social Studies project. Ultimately, Janet was able to be to see herself in the curriculum.
From the very beginning, Janet and her teacher were partners in her learning process. It is through this collaboration that Janet was able to achieve true success and improve her English language proficiency.
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