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Keywords: pre test, assessment, post test, english, math, science, social studies, reading, technology
Subject(s): Calculus, Information Skills, Art, Business, Algebra, Photography, Civics, Social Studies, Health and PE, Video, Technology, Autism, Geography, Chemistry, Dyslexia, Geometry, Science, Journalism, Life Science, Special Needs, Writing, Drama, History, Music, Earth Science, Reading, Physics, Trigonometry, Math, English/Language Arts
Grades 4 through 12
NETS-S Standard:
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Communication and Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Technology Operations and Concepts
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School: Passaic Co Technical Institute, Wayne, NJ
Planned By: robyn spencer
Original Author: robyn spencer, Wayne
Introduction to Shakespeare

Teacher:Write facts about Shakespeare and make them in to true and false statements.
Create multiple choice questions about his personal life and style of writing.
Develop open ended questions about his life or anything pertaining to what is being taught.

Go to Polleverywhere.com This website allows for teachers to make classroom polls. It's free.

Use this as a pre, during, benchmark, post assessment. Powerpoint, and website links can be added to view information before answering questions.

The students are then allowed to use any mobile device or the desktop computers in the classroom to answer the questions. They are only allowed to respond once. The answers are reflected on the screen during the class. The students have signed contracts on responding respectfully to each other when there are open-ended questions. Then we discuss and read the lesson to find out if their answers were correct. This is done throughout an Act and acts like a pre and post casual assessment. Then the traditional test is given.

Cross-Curriculum Ideas
This concept of the lesson can be applied to any subject. It's fun and engaging. Also it has the ability to have power points and links if the students must view media before responding to questions.
This activity can be used before, during, benchmarch, and review before final assessment.
Links: Polleverywhere.com
Materials: Projector Screens, Printers
Other Items: 2 Networked projectors
2 Projector Screens
2 Printers