You must obtain permission from the NYC Department of Education for any other use of the assessments. Performance Assessments engage students in authentic, high-level work that is aligned to curricular standards so that teachers can more carefully plan for instruction that meets students where they are and moves them forward. The performance assessments you will find here were designed to align to particular Common Core State Standards in reading and writing, and to anchor specific units of study in data collection and close observation of student work.
Student areas of need and my plans to address these When the signal sounds I ask students to take out their red pens. In this assessment I only had two who didn't complete their story on time and I had them finish it in the hallway. If you have more then you can also consider splitting this lesson into two days to ensure they have the time to feel successful before they are asked to edit with a peer.
I pull sticks randomly to group students together to peer edit each other's writing. If you are short on time, this section could also be started on the second day to give them adequate time to share, think, plan and rewrite their pre-tests.
I do this right after the pre-assessment to help them get exposure to the components of a narrative story, to get them comfortable with sharing with each other first unit of our yearand to help them evaluate their own writing because we will be doing this for every section they write.
They have practiced this in the prior year so it is not new to them If your students do not have much exposure to this you may want to save this until a later writing assignment after you have taught each of the sections of the diamond Before they are released to read and evaluate side by side, I review the rubric with them and the definitions of each of the narrative sections.
This one is a bit different than the one they had for their assessment because I want them to determine how many of the sections of our narrative diamond graph they have in their and their peer's writing.
Then their partner will do the same for them. Student names are pulled and they meet and share their great ideas. The part that is the most enjoyable is the peer advice giving and the self assessing.
Students love to give good advice and share what they know. The shared discussions and respect they have for their peers in class helps them to do a similar evaluation on their own writing after their discussions SL 5.
When they have finished their discussions and received the good advice they will reread their own story. Realistically in this last exercise I am not looking for their writing to have all the five components nor be a final piece, but rather for them to apply editing and revising strategies shared with their partners to at least one section of their writing.
I have them add this into the margins rather than rewrite the entire paper because I want to see both their original writing and where they applied changes. This helps me to assess their areas of greater and lesser need.
See my reflection for examples of where my students struggled and what I will adapt to meet their needs.• Writing paper with each pencil checklist attached (good writers, narrative, opinion and informative) • Writing paper with simplified rubric box added • Each formative assessment rubric has a full page copy and a 4-to-a-page master as well.4/5(40).
Rubric for Information Writing—First Grade Pre-Kindergarten (1 POINT) PTS Kindergarten (2 POINTS) PTS Grade 1 these assessments immediately after giving the on-demands and also for self-assessment and setting goals. Scoring Guide If you want to translate this score into a grade, you can use the provided table to score each.
W , RFS , • Writers reread their writing using an editing checklist, to remind themselves RFS , RFS , of all the ways they know how to make their writing easy to read before their SL , L . Grade 1 Baseline Assessment literacy, numeracy and life skills assessment for the first 10 days of the year.
∗ Not all Grade R Assessment Standards have been included in this initial Baseline Assessment programme. Those that are not addressed will need.
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