Sunday, May 17, 2015

Allyson King Summative Assessment Project

VOLUME SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Happy Meal

Teacher Name:
Allyson King Dardis
Grade/Course:
5th Grade/Math
Subject:
Math
Assessment Title:
Happy Meal

ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW

Within the 3 Acts of this lesson students will find how many Happy Meal boxes it would take to fill a building. To do this the students must find be able to find the volume of a rectangular prism.

WHAT DO YOU WANT ALL STUDENTS TO KNOW AND BE ABLE TO DO?

  • Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism.
  • Students will divide to find the number of boxes that will fit in a building.

STANDARDS AND BENCHMARKS

State/National Standards
  • 5.1.1.4 - Solve real-world and mathematical problems requiring addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of multi-digit whole numbers.
  • 5.3.2.3 - Understand that the volume of a three-dimensional figure can be found by counting the total number of smae-sized cubic units that fill a shape without gaps or overlaps. Use cubic units to label volume measurements.
  • 5.3.2.4 - Develop and use the formula V = lwh and V=Bh to determine the volume of rectangular prisms.

OBJECTIVES

  • Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism.
  • Students will divide to find the number of boxes that will fit in a building.

INSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS

Key  Vocabulary (list of words)
  • volume
  • units cubed
  • length
  • width
  • height

Lesson Plan
The three google documents (Act 1, Act 2 & Act 3) will be handed in and turned in via google classroom.
    • Students will make an estimate to the number of Happy Meal boxes they think will fit inside the building without knowing the dimensions of the box or the building.
    • Students will record their estimate in a google doc.
    • Students will find the volume of the rectangular prisms in inches and record their answers in a google doc.
    • Students will explain the necessary information to solve the problem in the google document.
    • Students will find the number of Happy Meal boxes that fit in the building and record their answer in a google form.
    • Students will explain how they found their answer.
    • Students will relate what they did to solve the problem with what they are learning in class.
Answers
  • Act 2
    • Volume of the Happy Meal Box 187 in3
    • Volume of building 12000 ft3 or 20,736,000 in3
  • Act 3
    • 110,887 Happy Meal Boxes will fit in the building.

Rubric
Act 2 docASSiST Screenshot

Act 3 docASSiST Screenshot

Mastery Connect

  • Teachers can enter results from the rubric to Mastery Connect to track standards progress.
  • Happy Meal Rubric uploaded to Mastery Connect

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT QUIZZES ON MASTERY CONNECT

REFLECTION
I found the Happy Meal Assessment on 3 Act Math a format that was developed by Dan Meyer. Although my students probably won't be filling any restaurants with cardboard boxes anytime soon there will be times that they will need to calculate how many of an item will fit into a box or how many somethings can fit into a room.
When I started making my summative assessment I first made three Mastery Connect quizzes based on 5th grade unit tests and mid-year assessment. Making the Happy Meal Assessment got me to make use tools that I had not used before like docAssist and rubrics for Mastery Connect.

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