Differentiated Standards Based Assessment for Second Grade was created to help teachers assess the standards with a differentiated approach. This pack addresses Asking and Answering Questions in Nonfiction/Informational Text. My hope is that you will have a variety of ways to see what your students know. There are two options for each assessment (with 7 different approaches to assessing RI.1).
This pack contains:
* Asking and Answering Questions in Informational Text Assessment
* Two options for each assessment- one with more support
* Rubric to ensure that your students are fully aware of the criteria before completing the page
* Blanks are left on the rubric so that you can include your students with setting expectations for their work
* Geared towards the Danielson Model
* General Essential Questions for the Standard Assessed
* Blank form for teachers to write their question
* General Standards-Based Assessment Rubric
Assessments for RI.1(with option A and B for each):
* General Question (Blank- for teachers own question)
* Wonder and Learned
* What, Why, When, Where, How, and Why
* Sharing Information
* Questions about Predictions/Conclusions
* Questions about Purpose with Evidence
Be on the look out for all informational text standards coming soon. This pack will be part of a large bundle of all Informational Text ELA standards.
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