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Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
Genre Assessments Data Walls
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Genre Assessments Data Walls

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  • 1. Dialogue Board Write about a time you stood up for what was right.
  • 2. Seven Reading Comprehension Strategies 1. Make Connections 2. Infer 3. Synthesize _ 4. Monitor Comprehension 5. Visualize 6. Determine Importance 7. Ask Questions
  • 3. Learning Styles Directions 1. Read about each of the learning styles: puppy, beach ball, clipboard, and microscope on the posters near the learning styles chart. 2. Decide which learning style description best fits you. You may belong in all the categories, but you are looking for the “best fit.” 3. Put your name on a post-it note and put it in the row next to the learning style you are most like. Puppy Beach ball Clipboard Microscope
  • 4. Dialogue Board 1. Consider the writing prompt in the center of the board. Think about any connection you have to this prompt. 2. The connection could be something you’ve read about in another person’s life, something in your own life, or something in the life of someone you know. 3. With one of the appropriate marking pens, write about the connection on the board. 4. When reading the responses of others you can write a response to their response and start a dialogue. 5. The only rule is that you can communicate at this station only through “written dialogue.”
  • 5. Rubric Holistic Scoring
  • 6. DIRECTIONS Protocol for Looking at Student Work 1. Each person gets one copy of the student work 2. Select a leader who asks the questions and monitors the participants responding to the question. Select a scribe who will record the participants’ responses. 3. The first question is asked, “What do you see?” 4. Each participant responds with one thing they see. The responses are not judgmental or evaluative. Example: “I see good writing.” is a judgment. Something like I see cursive writing or print writing would be more appropriate. 5. The activity continues until participants have exhausted things they see and the leader asks the next question 6. Continue until all questions have been asked and responses given. 7. Compare the list generated with another list generated at another time.
  • 7. Protocol Looking at Student Work Questions
  • 8. Genre Interest Inventory Put your name on three post-it notes and place each one next to a genre that you enjoy reading. 1. Historical fiction 2. Science fiction 3. Realistic fiction 4. Mystery 5. Folktales 6. Fantasy 7. Adventure 8. Action 9. Biography 10. Autobiography 11. Informational Text 12. Tall tales 13. Memoir 14. Myths
  • 9. Rubric Trait Scoring

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