Using the G.R.A.S.P. Assessment Model

GRASP looks like a good model for constructing summative assessments in the MYP

Ms. Lee Makes Lessons

My task for today is to use the G.R.A.S.P. model of assessment and develop a summative assessment for a  lesson that I critiqued earlier in this course.

My challenge here is that the G.R.A.S.P. model involves a lot of student-directed planning and involvement, and, at the ages 3-4, the ability of students to plan is greatly limited by development. Children at these ages are not yet familiar with typical forms of summative assessment (final tests/projects, papers, recitals, etc.), but pretend play can be a useful tool in the classroom and in assessment.

For this activity I will plan a summative G.R.A.S.P. assessment plan for  this unit of inquiry:

How we organize ourselves

People play different roles in the communities to which they belong.

Key concepts: form, function, responsibility

Related concepts: community, rules, interaction

Lines of inquiry:

Various communities we belong to
Roles of people who are part of our communities

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