Class Agenda #17 – Ukraine V. Russia – Summative Quiz

Opener- Review today’s summative quiz

Quiz Text- Foreign Aide?
Quiz-
To be done in your notebook. Please copy and paste the rubric into your notebook and next to your quiz.
  • For this quiz, please complete 1 page of Cornell Notes.
  • Don’t forget to fill in your CUE Column
  • Don’t forget your summary.

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence to analyze the text and draw inferences. (R1)
  • I can summarize how the ideas, themes, or conclusions of a text are developed and connected.
  • I can determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text.

Rubric-

  • I can identify evidence to analyze the text and draw inferences. (R1)

  • I can summarize how the ideas, themes, or conclusions of a text are developed and connected.

2- I use vague terms to represent important points. Because of these vague terms, it’s unclear of the depth of my understanding.

2- My summary is casual, vague and only hints at the main ideas of the text.

3- I use complete sentences to represent important points. My points do represent the key points of the text.

3- My summary is specific and summarizes the main ideas of the text.

4-I use my own language to represent important points. My points represent the key points of the text.

4- My summary is crafted in my own language and encapsulates all of the main ideas of the text.

Remember: A few things to remember when summarizing.

  • Do not rewrite the original piece.
  • Keep your summary short.
  • Use your own wording.
  • Refer to the central and main ideas of the original piece.
  • Read with who, what, when, where, why and how questions in mind.
  • Do not put in your opinion of the issue or topic discussed in the original piece. Often, instructors ask students to put their opinions in a paragraph separate from the summary.

Things to do when you’re done:

  1. Last Week’s Quiz- Class Agenda #11
  2. Yesterday’s Vocabulary
  3. Reaction Papers

Exit Ticket- Make sure you’ve submitted your quiz.

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