WKSEC “Process for Instruction” Alternate Assessment2011-2012 Carolyn Downing and Sherida Gentry Educational Consultants
KCAS (General Education Standards) • *Anchor Standards are broad standards that define the skills and understandings that all students must demonstrate to be College and Career Reader (CCR) • *Standards from the placemats define what students should understand and be able to do by the end of each grade. • *Alternate K-PREP Standards -define what our students who are on certificate of completion should understand and be able to do by the end of each grade. These are derived directly from the CC standards (General Ed.) found on the placemats.
Scope and Sequence for Training Anchor Standards for Alternate Assessment
When? February Testing Window • Anchor Standard 1 (Literature): 3rd • Anchor Standard 2 (Literature): 5th, 6th, 7th 8th, HS • Anchor Standard 2 (Informative): 3rd, 4th • Anchor Standard 3 (Literature): HS • Anchor Standard 4 (Literature): 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, HS • Anchor Standard 4 (Informative): 4th 5th 6th, 7th, 8th • Anchor Standard 9 (Informative): 3rd
When? May Testing Window • Anchor Standard 1 (Informative): HS • Anchor Standard 2 (Literature): 4th • Anchor Standard 2 (Informative): 5th, 6th, 8th, HS • Anchor Standard 3 (Literature): 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th • Anchor Standard 3 (Informative): 5th, 7th • Anchor Standard 4 (Literature): 3rd • Anchor Standard 5 (Literature): 8th • Anchor Standard 6 (Informative): 6th, 8th, HS • Anchor Standard 7 (Informative): 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th
Literature vs. Informative Text • Informational Text: Text that gives factual information designed primarily to explain, inform, instruct, argue or persuade, or describe rather than to entertain. Informational text sequences, describes, categorizes, compares/contrasts, or addresses problem and solution. • Literary Text: The type of writing used with creative literature or story telling.
Informative Text Types of informational text: • Expository Text: Examples of Expository texts are textbooks, encyclopedias, scientific books/journals, atlases, direction guides, biographies and newspapers. • Informational text may use narrative story elements.
Literary Text Types of literary text: • Drama • Prose fiction • Poetry • Autobiography • Film
How? Instructional Ladder for Anchor Standard 1 (Literature 3rd grade/Informative HS) NOTE: Use this time to pre-teach Get the gist, and supporting details –have students make ongoing predictions with all texts as part of the questioning process
How? Instructional Ladder for Anchor Standard 2 (Literary) (WKSEC Sample using Theme and Table Top Organizers)
R-6.2 and HS-3 Theme details details
HS-3 Details Details Details Details Details Details Details Details Details
How? Instructional Ladder for Anchor Standard 2 (Informative) (WKSEC Sample using Get the Gist Strategy and Supporting Details)
. Mayfield team won state last year Strong offense All State Running back Worked hard Good Coach Play baseball
. Mayfield team won state last year Strong offense All State Running back Strong defense Good Coach
R-5.5 Literature Compare and Contrast Characters from Peter Rabbit
R-5.5 Literature Compare and Contrast Setting from Peter Rabbit
R-5.5 (Literature) Compare and Contrast Events from Peter Rabbit
R-7.4 (Literature) Interaction between character, plot, and setting
HS-2 Analyze how character’s develop over time.
Wilbur wins a blue ribbon! Charlotte dies and Wilbur is sad Wilbur is born a runt
Charlotte Dies Wilbur and Charlotte become friends Wilbur meets Charlotte Charlotte’s babies hatch
How? Instructional Ladder for Anchor Standard 3 (Informative)
R-5.6 (Informative) Determine relationships between events or ideas