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Formative Portfolio 6th grade Gifted:

Formative Portfolio 6 th grade Gifted Jackie Harris RDG 525 Aug 16, 2014 Monica McClain

Writing Assignment:

Writing Assignment I can write to a prompt by creating a plan. I can use my plan to write my rough draft. I can edit and revise my rough draft by using the six traits. I can use my edit and revise rough draft to create my final copy. Prompt: You class gets a robot. What should it do?

Rubric:

Rubric Category Exceeding Meeting Approaching Falls Far Below Position Statement The position statement provides a clear, strong statement of the author's position on the topic. The position statement provides a clear statement of the author's position on the topic. A position statement is present, but does not make the author's position clear. There is no position statement. Support for Position Includes 3 or more pieces of evidence (facts, statistics, examples, real-life experiences) that support the position statement. The writer Includes 1 or fewer pieces of evidence (facts, statistics, examples, real-life experiences). Includes 3 or more pieces of evidence (facts, statistics, examples, real-life experiences) that support the position statement. Includes 2 pieces of evidence (facts, statistics, examples, real-life experiences) that support the position statement. Includes 1 or fewer pieces of evidence (facts, statistics, examples, real-life experiences). Sequencing Arguments and support are provided in a logical order that makes it easy and interesting to follow the author's train of thought. Arguments and support are provided in a fairly logical order that makes it reasonably easy to follow the author's train of thought. A few of the support details or arguments are not in an expected or logical order, distracting the reader and making the essay seem a little confusing. Many of the support details or arguments are not in an expected or logical order, distracting the reader and making the essay seem very confusing. Transitions A variety of thoughtful transitions are used. They clearly show how ideas are connected Transitions show how ideas are connected, but there is little variety Some transitions work well, but some connections between ideas are fuzzy. The transitions between ideas are unclear OR nonexistent. Closing Paragraph The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader solidly understanding the writer's position. Effective restatement of the position statement begins the closing paragraph. The conclusion is recognizable. The author's position is restated within the first two sentences of the closing paragraph. The author's position is restated within the closing paragraph, but not near the beginning. There is no conclusion - the paper just ends. Sentence Structure All sentences are well-constructed with varied structure. Most sentences are well-constructed and there is some varied sentence structure in the essay. Most sentences are well constructed, but there is no variation is structure. Most sentences are not well-constructed or varied. Grammar and Spelling Author makes no errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Author makes 1-2 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Author makes 3-4 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Author makes 3-4 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Capitalization and Punctuation Author makes no errors in capitalization or punctuation, so the essay is exceptionally easy to read. Author makes 1-2 errors in capitalization or punctuation, but the essay is still easy to read. Author makes a few errors in capitalization and/or punctuation that catch the reader's attention and interrupt the flow. Author makes several errors in capitalization and/or punctuation that catch the reader's attention and interrupt the flow.

Graphic Organizer:

Graphic Organizer

Instructions:

Instructions Prompt: Your class gets a robot. What should it do? First write your topic sentence for example: The class robot will be able to do may different things. Next write the three supporting details: Get me drink of water Pass out papers Hold the door open Then the transitions: First Next Finally

Instructions:

Instructions Introduction paragraph: My class is getting a robot. What should it do? It should be able to get me a drink of water, pass out papers from the teacher, and hold the door open. Conclusion paragraph: I can’t wait for our class’s robot to get here. This robot will be able to so many different things. It will get a drink, pass out papers, and hold the door.

Early Finishers:

Early Finishers For those students that finish early, they will given an extension menu. They will use their plan and rough draft to create a comic strip. The comic strip will include the title and author on the first frame. The next 2-10 frames will be action portion. The comic strip will include speech bubbles and illustrations.

Monitor Students Reflections:

Monitor Students Reflections I will use the following conference sheet to monitor my students’ writing process. I will only be doing the one that needs the most support base on data from students’ writing pre-assessment.

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