I Matter – Pre/Post Assessment


Introduction

Student skills/knowledge related to the unit objectives are assessed at the beginning of each unit using the “Teacher Rating Scale” and “Pre/Post-Assessment.” They are assessed throughout each unit, through “skills checks” in each lesson including activities and exit tickets. Finally, they are assessed using the “Teacher Rating Scale” and “Pre/Post-Assessment” at the end of each unit.  Additionally, the student work samples that are generated through each lesson can be compiled as part of a student portfolio of their progress towards meeting the unit objectives.

When administering the pre-assessment, exit tickets, and post-assessment, please indicate the type of form and level of support you provided to each student using the “Accommodations to Assessments Form” provided with the assessments. Each assessment comes in Form A and Form B. Form B includes visual aids to help students answer the questions. Provide students with the accommodations you feel are necessary, including reading the question aloud,  scribing the answers for the students, and prompting students verbally.

Skills Assessments:

Skill Being Measured Pre-Assessment Tool(s) Evidence from Unit Lessons/Activities Post-Assessment Tool(s)
Student demonstrates an understanding of self-respect. Teacher Rating Scale, Worksheet Lesson 1: Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scale, Worksheet
Students will be able to describe at least 3 attributes of a person with self-respect. Teacher Rating Scale Lesson 2: Exit Ticket, Lesson 4: “Looks Like, Feels Like, Sounds Like” Worksheet, Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scale
Students will be able to identify one thing that they are good at. Teacher Rating Scale, Worksheet Lesson 2: Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scale, Worksheet
Students will be able to list at least three things or activities that they like and at least three things or activities that they don’t like. Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet Lesson 3: Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet
Students will be able to accurately define bullying. Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet Lesson 5: Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet
Students will be able to accurately identify at least one example of bullying, teasing or harassment. Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet Lesson 5: Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet
Students will be able to develop a safety plan for dealing with a bully. Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet Lesson 6: Exit Ticket, Lesson 7: Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet
Students will be able to identify ways to help others if they are being bullied, teased, or harassed. Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet Lesson 7: Exit Ticket Teacher Rating Scales, Worksheet

Assessment Worksheet

Teacher Rating Scale

Accommodation for Teacher Rating Scale