Presentation on theme: "You have 10 minutes to study for your test. You may quiz a friend or study independently. Have your EQ's out to be recorded."— Presentation transcript:
You have 10 minutes to study for your test. You may quiz a friend or study independently. Have your EQ's out to be recorded.
1. What will be my score? 2. Will I do better or worse than the previous test? Why? 4. What activities helped me the most in this unit? 5. How can I master the material more effectively? Test Prediction
Thinkgate Testing Number: Write on page 93 of your notebook. You will record your answers so we can go over the test in the classroom: After Test Activity: Students will use the SOAPSTONE strategy to analyze an excerpt from Lincoln’s first inaugural address. (pg 475 Creating America) and then research reactions to his speech, photos from that time, and other primary sources, write a brief summary and document. or (after the Soapstone) You may preview the Civil War in the creating America Book and write 5 bullets about information you would like to know more about. (Mandatory if you scored less than an 80% on the last test)
Test Investigation Numbers Concept Assessed # wrong 1-3Middle Passage 4-9Slave Life Slavery in NC Perspectives on Slavery Tensions Rise 22Secession Regional Differences 25-30Analyzing Primary Sources
Test Reflection 1. What was my score? 2. Why was my score above or below my anticipated score? 3. Did my anticipated area for improvement prove to be my area of needed improvement? 4. What activities helped me the most in this unit? 5. How can I master the material more effectively? 6. What can the teacher do to master the material more effectively?