|Subject Area||ELA/ Reading|
|Unit of Instruction||Persuasive Speaking and Baseline Testing|
LAFS.7.L.2.3a – Choose language that expresses ideas precisely and concisely, recognizing and eliminating wordiness and redundancy.
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Baseline Reading and Writing Assessments: Strengths- Baseline assessments are given to assess a students knowledge on a subject prior to instruction. These assessments can be very informative and valuable in a teacher’s planning and implementation. By assessing your students’ prior knowledge teachers are able to compare results. – Students will provide an evaluation of whether the reasoning is sound in an argument.
– Students will provide an evaluation of whether evidence is sufficient and relevant to support a claims.
Monday, September 14: Baseline Writing Assessment. Students will write a baseline argumentative essay.
Half of the class will complete diagnostic, half will read Call of the Wild
Tuesday, September 15: See Monday’s plan. Students who did NOT complete baseline writing assessment
Wednesday, September 16: Baseline Reading Assessment. Students will log in to their Vportal. On
One half will work on iReady diagnostic, one half will work on Close Reader
Thursday, September 17: See Wednesday plan. Those who worked on iReady will work on Close Reader pg.
Friday, September 18: Vocabulary quiz.
Friday, September 18: Close Reader pg. 63
Friday, September 18: Vocabulary quiz
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