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This resource is perfect for students who take the NWEA MAP test. I use these graphs for my own students to keep track of their scores and goals. This provides students a clear visual of where they are and what their goals are. My students use these forms in their student-led conferences with their parents. They read or talk through the form and explain each section to their parents. I love listening to the communication between parent and child during these conferences.
Students write their scores and goals in the provided charts. There is also a section for students to record their benchmark scores for math and reading. Then, students shade in the bar graph to show their score. Students create a plan of action that will help them meet their goals and write a statement telling why their goals are important to them. The student, teacher, and parent all sign the goals at the completion of this form. After taking the spring MAP test, students can fill in their remaining data and reflect on their goals and progress.
I hope that you can use this form in your classroom. There are three sets of graphs for you to choose from depending on your students: RIT range 125-187, 145-217, or 165-237. There is a separate page for math, reading, and language arts. Also, there is a boy and girl version for each individual page. (Although I will admit, my students all get girls. Girl power!)
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