Have your students set goals on what they expect to score on the ELPAC for each domain. They can also reflect and write down what they need to work on to improve their previous score. GREAT FOR DATA CHATS!
I've taught it BUT they still don't know it!!!!! Maybe you're not matching you instruction to the wording on the test. As an instructional coach I spend a lot of time analyzing data and often see how students will do well on one question but then
Aim High! Have students fill out their personal goal slip. They should write down their previous score and set a goal on what they expect to score on the next assessment. They can also list strategies they will use to improve their score. This is