Sally Ann Thunder Ann Whirlwind Crockett is a rare example of a tall tale based on a woman during the 1800s. She was the strongest, fastest, and smartest woman in the wild frontier. Does she have what it takes to save Earth from a frigid winter? Can she save the frozen sun? Was Sally Ann a real person? This text series is set apart from others in that students are given the tall tale story of Sally Ann Crockett and compare it to a nonfiction text that answers the question, "Was Sally Ann Crockett a real person?"
We have background in assessment writing, and have crafted questions for state assessments. We use our knowledge of question design in all our products, ensuring that teachers get the rigorous types of questions that students must understand to be successful on high-stakes assessments.
As teachers ourselves, we understand the importance of giving all students access to the text. With this in mind, we have created two different text levels.
Our text sets include a 3rd/4th grade complexity, and a 5th/6th grade complexity. This allows teachers to reach more students. All students till investigate the same type of rigorous question stem, allowing them to put in the work that state assessments/NWEA MAP requires.
★ Part 1: Sally Ann's UnBEARable Problem
★ Part 2: Sally Ann Saves Earth
★ Part 3: Was Sally Ann Real?
Students can assess their understanding with each questions. Using "Growth Thinking" students either score "Correct" or "Challenge" on the sheet.
The student-friendly standard allows students to know what is currently a challenge with their comprehension. By self-assessing, students can figure out their strengths and opportunities to create goals.
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