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IGP Reflection: Evaluate. Please update your tracking charts based on the implementation of the paragraph planning from last week. IGP Reflection Questions: Paragraph Planning What are the characteristics of each proficiency level? Which students are still scoring unsatisfactory? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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IGP Reflection: Evaluate

IGP Reflection: EvaluatePlease update your tracking charts based on the implementation of the paragraph planning from last week.

IGP Reflection Questions: Paragraph PlanningWhat are the characteristics of each proficiency level? Which students are still scoring unsatisfactory? What can you do to help these students improve? Consider your refinement goal. How can you continue growing in that area?

Thinking & Problem Solving Analytical Developing Paragraph Using Planning GuideFebruary 14, 2013

ObjectiveBy the end of cluster, teacher will implement the drafting and writing plan into a lesson for next week Fill out the student data chart as to the students proficiency level Bring back student work samples (two from each proficiency level)

Standards & Objectives

AgendaEvaluation: IGP Reflection

Identify Need: Drafting a Paragraph

Obtain New Learning: Writing a Paragraph

Development: Plan for Your Lessons this Week

Apply: Administer

Evaluation: Student Work Samples

Presenting Instructional ContentNeedSchool Goal: Based on 2012-2013 state test results: Increase student literacy through the building of acquisition, application, and discrimination of reading comprehension skills between all content areas as measured by various assessments throughout the school year.

Yearly Cluster Goal: By May 2013 all students will improve on the TCAP by demonstrating at least one years growth and as monitored by the department administered monthly assessments and the district MAP tests.

Cycle Cluster Goal: By the end of the cycle 2, all students will increase their rubric score from their pre-assessment paragraph test to their post assessment paragraph test.

Original Diagnostic TestConstructed Response4. 7.54%3. 23.41%2. 40.87%1. 25.4%0. 2.7%

Need

Student Work Sample

Student Work Sample

Student Work Sample

TCAP Scores- Writing 8th grade

Need

TCAP Scores- Writing 7th grade

Need

TCAP Scores- Writing 6th grade

Need

TCAP Sample

TCAP Sample

Drafting a ParagraphCritical AttributesPre-Reading & During ReadingI-V-F ChartPlanning a Paragraph Based on TextVisual needs to be side by side- chart and the piece they are writing.

ModelingHolistic Writing Rubric for the Constructed Response Task - 4This rubric is used to score students' responses to a writing prompt that requires a single paragraph. Each paragraph receives a single score of 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4 points.

Content and Organization Style and Fluency Supporting details are relevant and provide important information about the topic. The writing has balance; the main idea stands out from the details. The writer seems in control and develops the topic in a logical, organized way. The writing connects ideas to the specified purpose. The writer selects words that are accurate, specific, and appropriate for the specified purpose. The writer may experiment with words and/or use figurative language and/or imagery. The writer uses a variety of sentence structures. The writing is readable, neat, and nearly error-free. Student Work SampleStudent Work Sample

Student Work Sample

ObjectiveBy the end of cluster, teacher will implement the drafting and writing plan into a lesson for next week Fill out the student data chart as to the students proficiency level Bring back student work samples (two from each proficiency level)

Standards & Objectives

AgendaEvaluation: IGP Reflection

Identify Need: Drafting a Paragraph

Obtain New Learning: Writing a Paragraph

Development: Plan for Your Lessons this Week

Apply: Administer

Evaluation: Student Work Samples

Presenting Instructional ContentDevelopmentIn your lessons this week:Determine where you will incorporate the writing a paragraph into your lessons while continuing to incorporate I-V-F. In IGP write: How will you incorporate the strategy?How will you support those students who struggle, and how will you push those students who are proficient?How will you continue to work on your refinement goal?

Instructional PlanningApplyTeach this chuck of the strategy in your lessons this week.Bring back student work samples from all rubric areas (A, P, PP, U)What day and time will you implement this strategy into your classroom?