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  • End of the Year Evaluation Kristen Townsley Dublin Elementary Grade 4 May 2007
  • Evidence of Quality Teaching
    • Personal Goals
      • Effective Use of Technology
      • Clear and High Expectations
  • In January...
    • Effective Use of Technology
      • Knew what programs were available
      • Comfortable with the basics of all programs
      • Used each type of program in the classroom at least once
      • Students knew how to access and save documents in their personal folders
      • Students were comfortable with how to access and safely research information
      • Students were able to independently create own Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, and Inspiration charts/diagrams.
  • In January...
    • Clear and High Expectations
      • Knew what to expect from students
      • Confident in students’ capability levels
      • Comfortable with 4th grade curriculum
      • Collected student work samples from previous projects/activities to share with future students
      • Displayed “A” work around classroom
      • Created own checklists and grading rubrics for “big” assignments
  • Now in May... Effective Use of Technology
      • Social Studies/Science
        • War Webquests
        • War Communication Webquest
        • Slavery Webquest
        • PowerPoint Presentation Test Reviews
        • Transportation Research
        • Transportation Commercial (video-tape)
        • Additional HLAY Drug Unit Research
        • Star Spangled Banner music
        • Maryland in Africa video
      • Reading
        • Poetry 4 Kids
        • Type to Learn
        • Harcourt Learning Site
        • Practice Naturalization Test
        • PowerPoint “Blue Flyer” slide (project)
        • Anthology Story Read Alouds on Cassette Tape
        • Online Jeopardy Game- Words with More than One Meaning
        • Small Group Trade Book Research
          • Background Knowledge Research
          • Author Study
          • Historical Events
          • Jazz Research
        • Inspiration
          • Main Idea vs. Details
          • Author’s Purpose/Perspective
          • Making Generalizations
      • Writing/Writer’s Workshop
        • Publishing
        • Story Title Pages using PowerPoint
        • Story Starters
        • Mad Libs
        • Poetry 4 Kids
        • Topic Research for Comparison
          • War of 1812 vs. Revolutionary War
          • Gorillas vs. Orangutans
        • Watch Commercials on TV
          • Identify Examples of Persuasive Language and Techniques
          • Identify Use of Effective Adjectives/Adverbs
      • Math
        • EDM Games
        • Online Interactive Games
          • Elapsed Time
          • Division/Multiplication Theme Games
          • Decimals
          • $
          • Timed Basic Facts Practice
  • Now in May... Clear and High Expectations
      • General
        • Morning Routines (displayed)
        • Morning $
        • Positive Praise
        • Classroom Jobs
        • Door Holders
      • Social Studies/Science
        • Grading Rubrics
        • Reviews
        • Lesson/Topic Assessments
        • Work Displayed
        • Demonstrations
        • Notebook/Participation Grades
      • Reading
        • Transparencies of Sample Holistic Answers
        • Small Group Evaluation Rubric (displayed)
        • Small Group Self-Evaluation
        • Strategies/Skills Checklists
        • Must Do/Can Do
        • Project Rubrics
        • Project Samples
        • Project/Test Follow-Ups
        • Extensive Comments
      • Math
        • Model Skills
        • Station Rotations
          • “A” Group- Homogeneous Grouping
          • “B” Group- Homogeneous Grouping
          • Review/Reteach/Enrich
        • Math Boxes
          • EDM Lesson Boxes
          • My Secure Skill Boxes
        • VSC Reviews
        • EDM Reviews
        • References Displayed
      • Writing
        • Model Writing Processes/Skills
        • “ So You Think You’re Finished”
        • Grading Rubrics
        • Self-Revision Checklists
        • Self-Edit Checklists
        • Student Grading Rubrics
        • Read Books that Model Skills
          • Develop Your Plot
            • Problem- Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
            • Solution- The Sultan’s Bath
        • Closure
          • Share Use of Modeled Skill in Writing
        • Benchmark Follow-Up
          • Comments
          • Analyze Strengths and Weaknesses
          • Set New Writing Goals
      • Writer’s Workshop
        • Writing Organizers
        • Author’s Tea
        • Self-Revision Checklists
        • Self-Edit Checklists
        • Progress Log
        • Record Individual Stages of the Writing Process (stages and codes displayed)
        • “ My Personal Writing Goals”
          • Goal
          • Date Set
          • Date Met
          • What Did to Meet
        • Teacher Conference Expectations
          • Work While Waiting
          • Proof of What Did to Work Towards Goal(s)
        • Closure
          • Share Story- “I Want to Share” sign-up
          • Share Use of Modeled Skill in Writing
      • SSR
        • Appropriate Leveled Book
          • Five Finger Rule
          • Lexile Number
        • Daily Progress
        • Daily “Grade”
        • “ Finished Book” Log
        • Variety of Book Genres
        • “ I Want to Share”
          • Recommend a Book
          • Share What Learned
          • Share What Liked in Book
        • Conferencing
          • Come With Book and Folder
          • Goals
            • Teacher Personal Reading Goal
            • Student Personal Reading Goal
            • Proof of Work Towards Meeting Goal
            • Goal Set- Date- Goal Met- Date- What Did
  • Growth From January to May...
    • Continued to implement “old” programs/expectations that were successful from the beginning of year.
    • Took some activities that did not work as well and revised them so that they will be successful in the future.
    • Developed and implemented new programs/expectations.