Ack As in Snack by Pam Scheunemann

By Pam Scheunemann

Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture ''ack'' in such phrases as ''snack,'' ''track,'' ''lack,'' and ''quack.''

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Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter blend ''ack'' in such phrases as ''snack,'' ''track,'' ''lack,'' and ''quack. ''

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THE ELEMENTS OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT The key elements that have emerged from the case studies and related research are: 1. Establishment of a classroom culture that encourages interaction and the use of assessment tools. 2. Establishment of learning goals, and tracking of individual student progress toward those goals. 3. Use of varied instruction methods to meet diverse student needs. 4. Use of varied approaches to assessing student understanding. 5. Feedback on student performance and adaptation of instruction to meet identified needs.

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Teachers note that more vulnerable students need help in developing greater emotional competency. ) These teachers are concerned with building students’ confidence in their own skills and knowledge and in their ability to manage their own learning. , 1999). Such prior knowledge is shaped, in part, by learners’ ethnicity, culture, socio-economic class, and/or gender. Teachers can help students learn new concepts and ideas in ways that connect to their prior understandings and ways of looking at the world.

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