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Using Writing for Formative Assessment of Student Learning: Everyday Content-Area Writing A La Carte
Using Writing for Formative Assessment of Student Learning: Everyday Content-Area Writing A La Carte
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Using Writing for Formative Assessment of Student Learning: Everyday Content-Area Writing A La Carte

This pack (17 pp.) explains how to formatively assess student understanding through writing. This pack includes the following sections: Why Use Formative Assessment?; Informational Assessment of Student Learning: Beyond Teacher Observation; One-word, One-sentence, and One-paragraph Summaries; Situation Cards; Comparisons; Table Talk; Dialogue Journals; Essential Learning—A Final Look; A Teacher’s Use of Formative Assessment; Feedback as an Essential Instructional Strategy; A Student’s Use of Formative Assessment; and Essential Learning—Effective Assessment &&/UL&&

 
ISBN978-1-4966-0191-9
SubjectWriting
Page Count17
Copyright2010
SeriesMaupin House
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Kathleen Kopp

Kathleen Kopp

Kathleen Kopp is a teacher on special assignment at Forest Ridge Elementary in Citrus County, Florida. She has nearly 20 years of teaching experience for first through fifth grades and has written several professional books on content-area learning and technology. Her Learning Through Writing Series won a 2009 Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Educational Publishers and a 2010 Teachers' Choice Award for the Classroom.

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