There are many ways to assess the effectiveness of this lesson. In the vocabulary sections, the ability of students to correctly spell, define and use the words in relevant sentences can determine if baseline vocabulary objectives have been met. However, if subtle nuances and deeper contextual understanding are the goals, then more rigid measurement criteria can be applied.
The map exercises require specific location, identification and placement of parks and regions. The mathematical elements emphasize basic computational skills, but can be enriched to include ratios and algebraic expressions.
Various strategies that measure cognitive operations, ranging from recall to synthesis, can be used, depending on the behavioral objective. The oral exercises should include provisions for monitoring delivery, tone, eye contact as well as the evidence to support or refute the position.