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The assessments here are designed to gauge students' abilities to: 1. You can choose any genre, but I like to start with narrative.
Teachers do not confer with students during this assessment and we do not give a writing mini-lesson before the assessment. This helps students self-monitor and check when they they think they are done.
The rubric has the same criteria that the class checklist does.
I teach 2 units in each genre they spiral. Students are permitted to use classroom resources like our word walls or the writing center. However, I included what I anticipate their score to be.
To track their progress in each genre, I use a 6-step approach: Step 1: I find or create a genre rubric for informational, opinion, and narrative writing.
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.
Sometimes, I use this unit-specific rubric twice during a longer unit: once in the middle, and once at the end.