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Burnaby Primary Jan10

Burnaby Primary Jan10



Differentiation strategies and assessment for learning in primary classes. Also a brief overview of the EPRA levelled text assessment.

Differentiation strategies and assessment for learning in primary classes. Also a brief overview of the EPRA levelled text assessment.



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    • Primary Literacy and Assessment for Learning an after-school series for school teams Burnaby presented by Faye Brownlie Feb. 1, 2010
    • Learning Intentions: •I can understand and explain to others the concept of Assessment for Learning (AFL) •I can identify the 6 AFL strategies •I begin to become familiar with the Early Primary Reading Assessment and see how it could guide my teaching •I can determine a next step
    • The  Six  Big  AFL  Strategies   1.     Inten(ons   2.     Criteria   3.     Descrip(ve  feedback   4.     Ques(ons   5.     Self  and  peer  assessment   6.     Ownership  
    • Model Guided practice Independent practice Independent application   Pearson  &  Gallagher  (1983)  
    • Joni Cunningham Grade 2 Spul’u-kwuks Richmond Writing portfolio Monthly samples Performance Standards Growth over time
    • K  Wri(ng   Leanne  Commons  and  Jeri  Jakovac   Maple  Ridge   Presented  by  Faye  Brownlie  
    • How can we best use our resource time together? Can we introduce writing in a playful way to a diverse group of K children?
    • Students need: •  To see themselves as writers •  To have fun •  To develop a sense of sound/ symbol relationships •  To find their stories •  To work with criteria •  Teacher’s Need: What’s Next for This Beginning Writer? – Reid, Schultz, Peterson (Pembroke Pub)
    • K- Writing: 1 Model - pictures & print Refer to criteria Kids draw & write Refer to criteria   Pearson  &  Gallagher  (1983)  
    • K  to  2 ©Faye  Brownlie   co-­‐created  with  Jean  Adshead  &  Gina  Rae  
    • Purpose:   •  used  for  assessing  “reading  for   informa(on”  to  inform  instruc(on     •  can  be  used  as  on-­‐going  assessment    -­‐  in-­‐between  Fall  &  Spring    -­‐  Fall  &  Spring  
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    • •  Kindergarten  reading  profile   •  Performance  Standards  for  Grade  1  &   Grade  2   •  worksheets  for  each  grade  level  to  plan   your  next  steps  for  instruc(on