Assessment Report Class: PYP4 Tokyo Student’s Name: Teacher: Alaa Moh. Elsayed Unit(4): How we organize ourselves Criteria Central idea: People design cities to meet the needs and wants of the inhabitants. Exceeds expectations Needs improvement Shows improvement Meets expectations (1) (2) (3) The student doesn’t demonstrate an understanding on the importance of cities. The student demonstrates an understanding on the importance of cities but needs guidance to differentiate between needs and wants. The student demonstrates an understanding on the importance of cities and could differentiate between the needs and the wants that are necessary to run a city. The student could design a complete map of a city that includes all the facilities needed. The student is not able to identify the characteristics of a city. The student could identify the characteristics of a city by guidance. The student know the three characteristics of a city (sacred, safe, busy) The student could demonstrate the importance of the city characteristics. The student could give few example of the infrastructures. The student could recognize the importance of the infrastructure and mention examples. The student could differentiate between needs and wants and what are essential elements to city operation. The student The student is able to design a map. The student is able to design a wellorganized 3D city map. (4) Lines of inquiry: 1- Characteristics of a city. 2- what people need and want in a city (infrastructure to meet needs) • Includes essential infrastructure (water, roadways, power, utilities, etc.) • Includes variety of essential city services (public safety, health, education, etc.) 3- The way cities are organized. The student couldn’t identify the infrastructure of a city. The student doesn’t understand how cities could be organized. Learner’s Profile Communicator The student inhibits or impedes other who wish to communicate The student shows no effort to improve oral or written communication. -He/she does not attempt to communicate in a language other than English. -He does not work well in collaboration with others. The student shows some effort to improve oral and written expression. He/she is willing to attempt communication in other languages and to work with others. The student is always seeking new modes of oral and written communication. -He /she enjoys the challenge of communicating in another language. -He works effectively with others in large and small groups. Reflective -The student shows dishonest in selfassessments. -He/she disrupts others' attempts to grow through reflection. -The student is unwilling to assess his/her own strengths and limitations in order to grow and improve. -He/ she does not learn from experience. Assesses his/her own strengths and limitations with guidance and encouragement. -Sometimes reflects on experience. Actively seeks intellectual, physical and emotional balance. -Respects and encourages this in others. Principled Shows disrespect for individuals or groups. -Unwilling to take responsibility for his/her actions. -Is dishonest. No indication that actions are based on principles. Usually shows respect for individuals and groups. -Takes responsibility for his/her actions. Evidence of deep integrity. -Promotes respect for diverse people and groups. -Takes responsibility for his/her actions.