My Summative Assessments in Term 2

After quite a long time learning in Sekolah Cikal Surabaya, it’s finally almost the end of the school semester. And that also means I need to finish all of my term 2 summative assessments in time. Just like last term, the summative assessments that I got were very interesting so I decided to share some of it in this blog.

The first assessment was from English lesson. I think, this was the most complicated assessment that I got comparing to the other assessments. So first, we observed some issues that we faced in our daily life for a week. For me, it includes traffic jam, bumpy road, littering, and etc. The next step was, we chose one issue out of the seven issues that we already found on the observation and made a road map about it.

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Weekly Reflection of Year 7 Learning #7

Two weeks ago, I wrote three summative assessments that I’ve got, so today I will write the summative assessments of other lessons. The lessons that I want to write in this post is English, Math, and the continuation of Individual and Societies.

On English lesson, since our topic is Haiku, the summative assessment was still related to that. The first step was to make a haiku and analyse it by ourselves. Then Miss Enn gave us one of our friend haiku for us to analyse it, and we needed to presentate it in front of the class.

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Weekly Reflection of Year 7 Learning #6

Today, I want to talk about the summative assessment that I’m currently doing at my school. In Cikal, this summative assessment is like an exam, but in the form of project. With this final project, the teachers will know our understanding about that topic.

Last week my teachers in all subjects already informed the summative assessment project that we will be working on for the next 2 weeks. So looking at the calendar, we should finish this project before the camp that I have told you in my last post.

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