Reflection: Data Analysis Assess, then Chat it Up: Assessment and Freedoms Discussion - Section 1: Unit 1 Assessment


In order to determine whether my students are growing in their writing of constructed responses this year, I will be analyzing the data using this constructed response (CR analysis). The chart is a visual way for me to see where most of the responses are falling on the PARCC rubric. I can take a quick glance to see whether most of my students are at 2's or 3's so that I know whether we are moving toward our goal of all 3's and 4's by the end of the year. I'm also considering posting these charts on a data wall so that students can see how close we are to reaching our goal. We're getting there.

CR analysis2 shows another class for comparison.

You will note in the video that it says BCR. In the past, we used the term brief constructed response; however, we have transitioned to simply using constructed response to describe student short essay responses to reading selections.

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Assess, then Chat it Up: Assessment and Freedoms Discussion

Unit 5: The Search for Identity: "The House on Mango Street"
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT take a county assessment and participate in a whole group discussion on freedoms in the "The House on Mango Street" and in their own lives.

Big Idea: After a county assessment, students chat it up to discuss the areas in which they feel the most free

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