Assessment #4: End of Unit Assessment/Domain Review Assessment
The end of unit assessment is constructed using the EngageNY: Listening and Learning Kindergarten Strand,Domain Review Assessment content measures each student's gained content knowledge during each read-aloud unit explored during the school year. The End of Unit Assessment is a summative assessment and is used as a classroom test grade. If students receive fifty percent or below on the assessment, the test is sent home for corrections and completion. The End of Unit Assessment/Domain Review Assessment is relevant because it is a measurement of each unit's mastery. Following each assessment, based on students' overall performance I supplement instructional practices to build on content mastery and demonstrated deficits.
Skills Measured: The skills for each end of the unit or domain review assessment varies with the unit content.
Foundations Unit Assessment Example(s)
Foundations Unit Assessments are given at the end of each foundation unit throughout the year. In my Kindergarten classroom, students learn phonics primarily through the Wilson Language Training curriculum Foundations. The Foundations Teacher's Manual is displayed above in image one and image two displays page 229 of Foundations Unit 2 Test. The assessment is a teacher made assessment with the guidance of each Foundations unit test. Below are three examples of our classrooms Foundations Unit 2 Assessment. Similar, to the Easy CBM reading assessment this unit test is given in a one-on-one setting with each student.