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Are you looking for an assessment form that let's you check off 18 Common Core standards in one assessment? Well, this form will do that for you! I have taken the Common Core standards for ELA and plugged them into an anecdotal record sheet for an informal running record. This sheet for 4th grade only. I run a bunch of blank sheets, put them in a 3 hole binder where each student has their own tab. As you perform guided reading or do individual reading conferences, check the standards that the child is able to demonstrate in their oral reading, thinking aloud and retelling of the text. In the Notes and Observations section, do a short record of oral reading, or note confusions, tricky parts and/or your teaching points. Since there is a 50/50 fiction and nonfiction balance of text reading in the common core, you will have a balance of fiction and nonfiction anecdotal notes if you fill up one sheet before moving to a new sheet. Both fiction and non-fiction anecdotal records fit onto one sheet of 8 1/2 x 11.
The license for this anecdotal record gives permission to use among all teachers on your grade level, therefore this is a grade level license. Please do not distribute, in any format to teachers outside your school or building. Please redirect them to my store. Permission is given to copy for any interventionist that also works with students on your grade level.
I really like your anecdotal record sheet. May I have an editable copy of this. We use Aero standards, which are mostly the same, but different numbers. I would like to adjust the anecdotal record to fit my school. (My email is email@example.com) Also, could you add an explanation sheet. i am a little unclear about SL.1 Collaborative Conversations and the check boxes besides traditional lit, myths, poetry, and drama. It would be great to know a little more about how to use your form. Thanks, Heidi
Thanks for the suggestion. I will consider it. 4th Grade is the only grade that asks students to read greek myths, so I just thought that when you were taking an informal running record, you might want to check the genre of the book for the running record. That's all. SL.1 for speaking and listening standard is for students to have collaborative conversations, which they would be doing with you after the running record, have a conversation with you about the ideas in the book. Hope that helps, Jen