Wednesday, October 8, 2014 Bullwinkle Assessment

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Bullwinkle Training at The Assessment Place

Good Morning,

Today, we will look at some pictures of a moose in Soldotna, Alaska. By the end of this paragraph, you should be able to describe what a moose does when he is marking his territory for the winter. You will be shown a series of five photographs taken Monday, September 29, 2014 from the confines of my sister’s truck.  You will then be asked to score, since we do not grade, students’ responses between zero and three, with zero representing the lowest possible score and three representing the highest possible score. Remember scorers, a child’s future depends on what score you give them.


Look at the five pictures below and describe what the moose is doing. Please write legibly and in complete sentences.

Picture number 1 – Zero Points – The moose in looking around and hoping nobody is looking.

Looking Around

Picture number 2 – Score One Point – Saw a moose, saw a moose, will you do the fandango?

Moose 3(800x600)

Picture number 3 – Score Three Points – Does a moose shit in the woods?

Moose 2.

Picture number 4 – Score Two Points  – Let me find my girlfriend, who is just out of camera sight!

Moose 4 (800x591)

Picture number 5 – Score One Point  – Hey Baby, Que Paso? (Bilingual moose)

Moose 5 (800x600)

One response to “Wednesday, October 8, 2014 Bullwinkle Assessment

  1. Love it Love it. We know for sure that a wild moose pees in the woods as we saw him doing so. I tried to buy you a moose poop necklace and you DIDN’T WANT ONE. Shame as you could hang it with the moose pictures from your stick. Nice little round big marble size poop. Ha Ha!!!!


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