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ED 3604 Evaluation of Student

Learning
Unit Assessment Plan

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
(days)

English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

Stage 1 Desired Results


Established Goals:
GLO 1: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to explore
thoughts, ideas, feelings, and experiences
- 1.1 Discover possibilities
- 1.2 Extend awareness
GLO 2: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to comprehend
literature and other texts in oral, print, visual and multimedia forms, and respond
personally, critically, and creatively.
- 2.1 Construct meaning from text and context
GLO 5: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to respect, support
and collaborate with others.
- 5.2 Work within a group
Understandings:
Students will
Understand/try many different
strategies to read and make
connections to comprehend
literature by responding
personally, critically, and
creatively.
Work collaboratively and
individually
Experiment with language and
style
Identify character motivations,
symbol, imagery, motif, and
other literary devices through
collaboration and writing. They
will consider how these devices
contribute to themes of the play
Consider text through a critical
lens
Express preference and
perspectives
Relate text to personal
experiences and contemporary
society

Essential /Inquiry Questions:


Why does power affect the actions of
individuals?
How does ambition motivate individuals
positively and negatively?

EDUC 3604 Unit Assessment Plan Template

ED 3604 Evaluation of Student


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Unit Assessment Plan

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
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English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

Consider that all texts have


themes and ideas that are
relevant to contemporary
life/society.

Students will know


Students will be able to
2.1.2 c) the relationships
1.1.1 a) use strategies that contribute
between plot, setting, character,
to forming tentative understandings,
mood, and theme
interpretations and positions
2.1.2 d) characters personality
1.1.2 b) use a variety of strategies,
traits, roles, relationships,
activities and resources to explore
motivations, attitudes, values
ideas, observations, opinions,
and archetypal qualities
experiences and emotions
5.2.2 d) understand and
1.2.2 a) reflect on personal text
appreciate the function of
preferences, identify influences that
teamwork tools, assess how to
have contributed to the formation of
work effectively and
these preferences, and select
collaboratively as a team to
strategies that may be used to expand
accomplish a task, understand
interests in texts and text creators
the role of conflict in a group to
2.1.3 a) reflect on and describe
reach solutions, and manage
strategies used to engage prior
and resolve conflict when
knowledge as a means of assisting
appropriate
comprehension of new texts; and
select, monitor and modify strategies
as needed
2.1.2 f) interpret figurative language,
symbol and allusions; recognize
imagery; and explain how imagery
contributes to atmosphere,
characterization and theme in a text

EDUC 3604 Unit Assessment Plan Template

ED 3604 Evaluation of Student


Learning
Unit Assessment Plan

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
(days)

English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

Assessments
Title

Learning
Outcomes

Type
(Formative/Sum
mative)

Preassessme
nt
Questionn
aire
Formative

Weighting

1.1.1 a

1.1.2 b

1.2.2 a

Reading
Journal

Double
Entry
Journal

Charact
er
Analysis

PostReading
Quiz

Multi
Media
Performan
ce Task

Exit Slips

Formative
Summativ
e
Metacogni
tive

Summativ
e
Metacogni
tive

Summat
ive
Formati
ve

Summat
ive

Summativ
e
Metacogni
tive

Formative
Metacogni
tive

25%

15%

15%

20%

25%

Twitter

2.1.2 d

2.1.2 f

2.1.2 c

Formativ
e

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2.1.3 a

5.2.2 d

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
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English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

ED 3604 Evaluation of Student


Learning
Unit Assessment Plan

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
(days)

English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

Assessment Tool Overview


Assessm
ent Tool
Title

Outco
mes

Brief Description

For

AS

OF

Description: Throughout the unit, students will free


write in a duotang journal. I will provide prompts
that ask students to respond to readings, answer
questions, express their feelings about the reading,
and to consider their learning process. At the end of
the unit, I will take in their journals and assess them.
FOR - I will assess formatively to determine how
students are interacting with the material and
whether they have an understanding of the play. I
will also use the information gathered to focus my
teaching on problem areas and ensure my teaching
style is effective for students.
Reading
Journal

Character
Analysis

1.1.1
1.1.2
1.2.2
2.1.3

a
b OF - I will do assessment of learning by assessing
a on fully answered questions that deal with unit
a concepts, evidence of thinking broadly, deeply, and
critically about the text, and originality and depth
for the excellence factor. This journal will not be
assessed for conventions, as it is meant to be a
space for students to express their voice and ideas
freely, and to experiment with language and themes
of the play.

AS - Some of the journal prompts provided will be


reflective in nature. I will ask students about how
they engage with their learning and the learning
process and how they use prior knowledge to
understand the text/connect with the ideas
presented in the text.
1.1.1 a Description: Students will choose 3 symbolic
2.1.2 d objects of their choosing that represent the
2.1.2 f character of Macbeth. Students will write a
paragraph on each symbol describing how/why that
objects represents Macbeth. Students will use at
least one quote from the play to support their
description of Macbeth.
FOR: I will look at this assignment to see how well

ED 3604 Evaluation of Student


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Unit Assessment Plan

Double
Entry
Journal

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
(days)

English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

students are understanding the character of


Macbeth for motivation and development
throughout the play. This will impact my further
teaching of the play to see if the strategies I am
employing are effective for these particular
students. Furthermore, I will be able to assess which
students are struggling and perhaps figure out ways
to further their understanding by seeing the areas
they need growth.
OF: I will assess it summatively for a clear
description of the symbolic object, having a
comprehensive analysis of the symbolic objects
representation to Macbeths character, conventions,
and a relevant quote.
2.1.2 c Description: Students, in partners or individually,
5.2.2 d will choose 15 meaningful quotes from the text and
2.1.2 f explain the importance of these quotes to theme,
symbols, character, style, etc. of Macbeth. Students
will be required to write a reflection discussing how
well they worked in a group and
FOR: I will assess formatively by examining
students level of understanding. This assignment
will indicate how well students are working with the
text, comprehending characterization and larger
themes presented. This will allow my teaching to
adjust to accommodate for what students still need
to learn, or if they are learning effectively.
OF: Students will be assessed on their
comprehensive and insightful description of the
quotes relation to the text. Proper citation is
required, and at least 15 quotes is required for full
marks. Students will write a brief refection
discussing how they worked in a group, their
learning process, and outlining how they
accomplished their task.
AS: Students will be required to write a reflection
that discusses their process and how well they
worked in a group. They will write a brief paragraph
on their process of finishing the assignment, how
they determined important quotes/significance of
these quotes. Furthermore, those that work in

ED 3604 Evaluation of Student


Learning
Unit Assessment Plan

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
(days)

English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

groups will write about their process as a group, how


well they worked together, and how any conflict was
resolved.

PostReading
Quiz

Description: This quiz was created by my TA and


administered at her request. This quiz will be
administered in class and is intended to assess
student understanding of the texts themes,
characters, symbols, and other topics discussed
throughout the unit. It is made up of multiple choice
and true/false questions that ask students to prove
2.1.2 c
their knowledge on a number of topics studied
2.1.2 d
throughout the reading of the play.
2.1.2 f

OF: I will assess this quiz summatively based on the


answer key created by my TA. If I was continuing
with this class, this assessment would be important
to indicate student successes/problem areas that
could be celebrated or addressed throughout the
remainder of the semester.
Description: The Twitter activity allows me to see
student interaction with the text on a personal level
and see their immediate and personal reaction to
the text. Students will write their reactions or
express preference on a sticky note and put it on a
1.1.1 a blue poster board. Responses should be brief and
Twitter
1.1.2 b include hashtags.
Activity
1.2.2 a
FOR: This assignment will only be assessed
formitevely to see student reactions to text. This
allows students to interact with the text on a
personal level, and allows me to assess their
understanding of characters, themes, meaning, etc.
Multi1.1.1 a Description: Students will choose between
Media
2.1.2 c creating a picture/graphic novel, writing a magazine
Performan 5.2.2 d cover and article, re-enacting part of the play in a
ce Task
video, interviewing a character in a video, or writing
an essay. This optimizes student choice in their form
of assessment so they can display the best way they
learn. All forms will address the essential questions
of the unit, and analyze theme and character
development.
FOR: This assignment is due that the end of the

ED 3604 Evaluation of Student


Learning
Unit Assessment Plan

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
(days)

English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

unit. I would assess student success and areas for


improvement.
OF: Students will be assessed on a comprehensive
discussion of the essential questions/themes,
provides a meaningful analysis of at least one
character, and effectively uses their chosen medium
to relay their information.
AS: Students will also write a reflection at the end
discussing how they worked as a team, conflict
resolution, strategies for working in a group, and
outlining each persons role in the group.
Description: This questionnaire is meant to see
what the students know about Macbeth,
Shakespeare, and some of the themes and ideas
that are associated with the study. This will give me
a good idea of where the students are with their
knowledge before we start the unit.

PreAssessme 1.1.1 a
FOR: This assessment is given at the beginning of
nt
1.2.2 a
the unit and sees what students know about
Questionn 2.1.3 a
Macbeth or Shakespeare, their preferred learning
aire
strategies, interests, learning style, etc. I will look at
it to get a sense of the students in my classroom
and see what the classroom climate will look like.
This will help me when I am fine tuning my
assessment and building lesson plans for classroom
activities.
Exit Slips
1.1.2 b Description: Exit slips will be given at the end of
1.2.2 a classes throughout the unit that ask one or two
2.1.3 a quick questions on a variety of topics that the
students are to answer before they leave for the
day. Questions will deal with a variety of topics
related to the text, student
preference/opinions/feelings, and their learning
process.
FOR: I will assess these exit slips for basic
understanding and to ensure all students are
learning. If it seems that some students are not
understanding, or are not engaged, I can use this
knowledge to adjust my teaching to be more
effective for all students.

ED 3604 Evaluation of Student


Learning
Unit Assessment Plan

Subject Area
Grade Level
Topic
Length of Unit
(days)

English Language Arts


ELA 20-1
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
21 days

AS: Some of the exit slips will allow students to


reflect on their learning process and what works well
for them. Furthermore, students will reflect on
classroom activities and how they are learning
Macbeth the best.