2nd Grade Storyboarding/Scripting Introduction

Step 4 - Assessments

Step 4 Assessments

Formative Group Assessment #1: Identifying characters in their short stories. Teacher will be able to see if students described what their characters were like on the outside and what they were like on the inside. Teacher will also be able to see which students need additional support with this acitvity.

Formative Group Assessment #2: Identifying setting in their short stories. Teacher will be able to see if students described what their setting was like, i.e. the environment, place, and time of day. Teacher will monitor which individual students have this mastered. 

Formative Group Assessment #3: Identifying conflict, resolution, and plot. Teacher will be able to watch the Flipgrid videos to determine which groups were able to come up with a general idea of what they want their beginning, middle, and end of their short films to be like. Teacher will also be able to see if students included a conflict and resolution in the story. 

Summative Group Assessment #4: Final scripts. Teacher will read over final scripts and make sure each script has the story elements, such as characters, setting, and plot, included in their stories. Students must also follow the plans they created together when designing their script, and they must follow the rubric guidelines for a completed script. 

Summative Group Assessment #5: Final storyboards. Teacher will look at storyboards for each group to make sure the illustrations align with the story elements mentioned in the groups' scripts. Teacher will add comments or additional supports for groups who are missing elements from their rubrics.