Group members decide which three tasks they will complete. However, they must choose any (3) in a row- either vertically or horizonally. The tasks represent a variety of difficulty and make use of various intelligences such as musical, artistic, spatial, etc. These are completed as a group and receive a group score.
When assessing, I score each with a rubric to evaluate comprehension and mastery of the target. Click on the image below to see the example I used that I placed on Google Documents.
The beauty of this assessment tool is that it is versatile and can be used in many content areas. It offers students choice, allows students to work collaboratively, and to demonstrate their learning beyond a paper and pencil test.
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