Canadian History in the Twentieth Century


Assessment/Evaluation Techniques



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Assessment/Evaluation Techniques


  • The teacher observes the group interaction and conference with members.

  • Peer assessment by the students on the nominee presentations for the Order of Canada.

  • Informal evaluation of the students’ artistic talents are concluded by both the teacher and class.

  • Formal summative evaluation of the video retrospective.

Accommodations


  • Students may work with a peer helper in researching a musician or artist.

  • Students may complete a template with the required titles to help focus student research.

  • Students may use the Read, Stop, Write Strategy.

  • If students feel uncomfortable with being on camera, they could assist in the taping or selecting music.

  • Students may create a picture collage to indicate their feelings about Canada instead of writing a poem or song lyric.

Resources


Approved classroom texts

Variety of music CDs mostly supplied from the students.

A variety of Canadian art books and samples of Canadian literature

Information Package on the Order of Canada available through the government web site or by contacting Rideau Hall


http://www.gg.ca/honours/order_e.html

Appendices


Appendix 5.6.1 – Rubric for Nominee Presentations

Appendix 5.6.2 – Summative Evaluation of Student Retrospective



Appendix 5.6.1

Rubric for Nominee Presentations

Name:



Criteria

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

An overview of the artist’s career and work

Knowledge/


Understanding

- demonstrates a limited knowledge of the artist’s career and work

- demonstrates a good knowledge of the artist’s career and work

- demonstrates considerable knowledge of the artist’s career and work

- demonstrates a thorough knowledge of the artist’s career and work

Arguments presented supported the nomination

- presents limited and superficial arguments

- presents some definitive arguments

- presents considerable and thoughtful arguments

- presents thorough and insightful arguments

Presentation skills: voice, body language, style

- demonstrates limited awareness of presentation skills

- demonstrates some awareness of presentation skills

- demonstrates control of presentation skills

- demonstrates sophisticated control of presentation skills

Effectiveness of the presentation in convincing the class to support the nomination

- limited arguments and a superficial presentation results in little class support

- some definitive arguments and a good presentation results in moderate class support

- thoughtful arguments and clear evidence of presentation skills results in strong class support

- insightful arguments and a sophisticated presentation results in overwhelming student support

Overall Level:

Strengths:

Areas to Review:

Next Steps:

Note: A student whose achievement is below level 1 (50%) has not met the expectations for this assignment or activity.

Appendix 5.6.2

Summative Evaluation of Student Retrospective





Criteria

Level 1

(50-59%)

Level 2

(60-69%)

Level 3

(70-79%)

Level 4

(80-100%)

Explanation of the event

Knowledge/


Understanding

- demonstrates limited knowledge of the event

- demonstrates some knowledge of the event

- demonstrates considerable knowledge of the event

- demonstrates thorough knowledge of the event

Rationale for selection

Thinking/Inquiry



- presents superficial rationale

- presents a more substantial rationale

- presents a sound rationale

- presents a sophisticated rationale

Video quality - clarity, body language

Communication



- demonstrates limited awareness of presentation skills

- demonstrates some awareness of presentation skills

- demonstrates considerable awareness of presentation skills

- demonstrates sophisticated awareness of presentation skills

Ability to reflect the attitude of the participants in the event selected

Application



- demonstrates a limited ability to reflect the attitude of the event participants

- demonstrates some ability to reflect the attitude of the event participants

- demonstrates considerable ability to reflect the attitude of the event participants

- demonstrates an insightful ability to reflect the attitude of the event participants

Creativity - music, costumes, props

Communication



- presents limited creativity in the quantity and quality of creative elements

- presents some creativity in the quantity and quality of creative elements

- presents considerable creativity in the quantity and quality of creative elements

- presents sophisticated creativity in the quantity and quality of creative elements

Overall Level: Student Name:

Strengths:

Areas to Review:
Next Steps:

Note: A student whose achievement is below level 1 (50%) has not met the expectations for this assignment or activity.

Unit 6: What Do We Take with Us?


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