The purpose of this performance assessment is to provide specific opportunities for students to demonstrate and reflect on their friendship skills.
This is a two-part performance assessment focusing on identifying and applying the steps of a goal-setting process.
In this performance assessment, which may be introduced through literature, video or everyday issues and discussions, students will develop knowledge and skills to apply to real-life management situations.
Students will reflect upon learning strategies that work for them and develop a personal study plan to assist with learning throughout the year.
Students develop a two-day program reflecting a realistic, balanced lifestyle for their peer group or family. Next, they create a promotional poster, brochure or commercial.
Students observe and record examples of responsible safety behaviours in the school and on the playground. They write a plan for improvement and a newscast highlighting noteworthy examples of safety behaviour.
Students record data on food intake, sleep and activity for a one week time period. Using the data gathered, the students analyze their health habits as compared to the guidelines given by Health Canada, and identify the strengths and weaknesses in their lifestyle.
Students create a blueprint for a multi-purpose recreation facility that promotes and encourages a healthy active lifestyle, encourages healthy nutritional choices and addresses obstacles that may limit physical activity, and make an oral presentation to the recreation planning board.
Students will research and orally present information regarding their family’s physical activity choices to a community recreation director. This presentation will highlight the reasons why their families make these choices.
Students research and present an oral report on an eating behaviour, showing how this behaviour links to healthy eating habits.
AAC Performance Assessments:
- Engage students in their learning
- Develop critical thinking skills
- Encourage innovation and problem solving
- Provide quality assessment evidence
- Are based on Alberta curriculum
Some Performance Assessments are for Members Only, while others are open to everyone.
Create Your Own Performance Tasks
Check out “Developing a Performance Assessment Task” to guide you through the process.