Guskey Teachers who develop useful assessments, provide corrective instruction, and give students second chances to demonstrate success can improve their instruction and help students learn.
Simple ways to assess the product An effective writing process should lead to a successful product. A writing product fulfills its communicative intent if it is of appropriate length, is logical and coherent, and has a readable format.
When various conceptual models of writing are compared side by side Isaacson, five product variables seem to emerge: The following are simple methods for assessing each product variable. In some instances quantifiable measures are used; in others, qualitative assessments seem more appropriate.
Fluency The first writing skill a teacher might assess with a beginning writer is fluency: As concepts of print and fine motor skills develop, the student should become more proficient at writing down words and sentences into compositions of gradually increasing length.
The developmental route of very young writers involves trying to understand what written language is about as they look at books, become aware of environmental print, and put pencil to paper Clay, Then children try to relate their experiences in writing using invented spelling.
As they begin to construct little stories they explore spelling patterns and develop new language patterns. Clayrecommends a simple rating scale for emerging writing skills that focuses on language level from only letters to sentences and paragraphsmessage quality, and directional principles Figure 2.
Word any recognizable word 3. Word group any two-word phrase 4. Sentence any simple sentence 5. Punctuated story of two or more sentences 6. He has a concept of signs uses letters, invents letters, used punctuation 2.
He has a concept that a message is conveyed 3. A message is copied 4. Repetitive use of sentence patterns such as "Here is a…" 5. Attempts to record own ideas 6. No evidence of directional knowledge 2. Part of the directional pattern is known: Reversal of the directional pattern right to left and return down right 4.Writing Targets and Assessment teaching resources for Key Stage 1 - Year 1, Year 2.
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School name. Many associate summative assessments only with standardized tests such as state assessments, but they are also used at and are an important part of district and classroom programs. Summative assessment at the district/classroom level is an accountability measure that is generally used as part of the grading process.
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