Reflection: Student Portfolios Sentence Fluency Assessment - Section 3: Assessment


Each student has a writing portfolio, which they add to throughout the year. This helps me (and the student) measure growth over time. This student’s progress is evident in the attached before and after writing pieces. Modeling and direct, explicit instruction are key to writing development for beginning writers.

  Student Portfolios: Assessment Over Time
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Sentence Fluency Assessment

Unit 11: Language
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing by using coordinating and subordinating conjunctions and a variety of sentence structures.

Big Idea: Students write a friendly letter using a rubric for sentence fluency.

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