Misconceptions and learning gaps

create two class activities. The activities can be for any grade level and for any content area. One activity must have a summative assessment example. The other activity must be a formative assessment. For each activity, write a detailed summary/description of the activity. Include the grade level, content area, and type of assessment. Include the rationale for using this type of assessment for the activity. Include the goals of the activity and what students should be able to master after successful completion of the activity.

Next, create a rubric to accompany each activity. Each rubric should have a minimum of three criteria associated with a numeric score. Each criterion must contain a detailed description. Write your own descriptions. DO NOT use a rubric wizard/ generator/ tool to create the rubric.

With each activity, submit a minimum 400-word summary of the activity. Additionally cite two scholarly sources in APA 7th ed.

Requirements: 1 page for class activities, 1 page per each rubic, and 1.5 page for summary of the activity. Total of 3.5 pages.

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Summative assessment example

The third-year students taking a degree in electronic engineering at Oxford University will have to do a final essay at the end of the course to assess their understanding of the general importance of the course in the real world. This will be a 2,000 words essay where that should be in class

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Misconceptions and learning gaps