In reading, we are working on the main topic. This chart is added to over time as we add things that readers do to find the main topic. Below is the rubric. I created this rubric and it correlates with the think sheet (see below) that they have been using through the course of this standard.
The rubric is at the bottom of the chart. The focus of this lesson was to show students how they are already using a variety of techniques to elaborate but now we put a name to what they were doing.
During the course of a standard, I observe the students work at least three times. Some times it is informal observations that drive my instruction and other times I am having them show their thinking through writing. Once I have assessed them I record it on a sheet that has all the standards listed for the quarter.
This is how it looks during the course of our work overtime.
I decided to create an assessment pack of each mathematical standard for second grade. I was feeling the need for assessments that focused on a standard and looked for depth. I wanted to make sure my students comprehended our deeper level of math and the chapter test just weren't cutting. Every assessment has a rubric at the bottom. The rubric can be used throughout teaching to help set goals, self-assess and drive instruction. Check them out at my TPT store by clicking on the link or the picture!
Now I'm going to catch up on Orange is the New Black. Night y'all!