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Analysis of Student Work Pre-Assessment. Key to Differentiation. Roadmap to Excellence 2008-2013. Career-Ready Graduates. Annual Targets (Performance and Process). District Improvement Action Plan. Fresno Unified School District Goals. Board Core Beliefs and Commitments. 2.

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roadmap to excellence 2008 2013
Roadmap to Excellence 2008-2013



Annual Targets

(Performance and Process)

District Improvement Action Plan

Fresno Unified School District Goals

Board Core Beliefs and Commitments



2008-2013 District Goals


All students will excel in reading, writing and math

All students will engage in arts, activities, and athletics

All students will demonstrate the character and competencies for workplace success

All students will stay in school on target to graduate


You will need to refer to this FAS tools document as you review this PowerPoint.

  • When complete you will need to print a copy for your portfolio and then email a copy to your Support Provider.
  • You will need to collect evidence/student work of the pre-assessment given to students, to include in your portfolio.
pre assessment planning
Pre-Assessment Planning
  • Know the content standard you will be teaching.
  • Think about the knowledge, skills, and/or attitudes you are pre-assessing.
  • What prerequisite skills, including language skills, will students need to have to be successful?
  • What will students need to be able to do to meet the standard?
  • Think about how much time you will need to analyze the pre-assessment in order to use it to guide your instruction.
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Pre-Assessment Planning
  • How will you pre-assess? Informal- Thumbs up/down, whiteboardsProduct Based- Quick write, quiz, project Whole group- KWL, whiteboards Individual- quick write, pretest Small group- whiteboards, project
  • We will need student work to place in your BTSA portfolio, so choose accordingly.
pre assessment
  • Once you have considered what knowledge, skills, and/or attitudes you are pre-assessing and how you will assess them, consider when you will pre-assess them.
  • Pre-Assessment should be done at least two to three days before the start of lesson or unit of study. This gives you time to adjust your lesson and differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all your students.
analysis of pre assessment
Separate student work into four groups and calculate the percentage of the class that fell in each group.

1. Does not demonstrate prerequisites

Think about how you will differentiate your lesson to meet these students’ needs.

2. Demonstrates prerequisites, but far below standard

Think about how you will differentiate your lesson to meet these students’ needs

3. Approaching standard

Think about how you will differentiate your lesson to meet these students’ needs

4. Meets or exceeds standard

Think about how you will differentiate your lesson to challenge this group of students.

Reflect on how your analysis of the pre-assessment can inform your instruction. Consider what you learned about your student(s) needs and how you will differentiate your instruction to meet all their needs.

Analysis of Pre-Assessment