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Middle School Task Design and Rubric Implementation: Around the World in a Day

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  • -Share the culture one pager -participants write a list on chart paper of what students are being asked to do-share a copy of the PO’s and rubric with participants- Particpants write a list on chart paper
  • - Why? – point to evidence that meets the criteria you created in the first round- After the table comes to a consensus we can share as a whole group
  • Just have participants discuss these questions and then give them the exit ticket template
  • -Popcorn style share out-write on chart paper??
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    • 1. Cyndi Westbrook Leticia Leal
    • 2.  Bingo Black Out
    • 3.  What are student being asked to do in this task? What would a score of Proficient work look like from 6-8th grade students for the PO’s listed? Give specific examples
    • 4.  Atwhat level would you score each student’s work? Why? Compare and Share what you scored the students work. As a table come to a consensus about the score of student work.
    • 5.  What warm and cool feedback would you share with our team? What was strong about the project? What can we do to add rigor to the project?
    • 6.  How did the protocol work for creating a middle school vision for using the scoring rubric?
    • 7.  Cyndi Westbrook  cwestbrook2@mathisisd.org Leticia Leal  lleal@mathisisd.org

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