Presentation on theme: "NEW REPORT CARD- CLARITY October 19, 2009 Parent Informational Meeting Grades 1 and 2 Sanders Corner Elementary School."— Presentation transcript:
NEW REPORT CARD- CLARITY October 19, 2009 Parent Informational Meeting Grades 1 and 2 Sanders Corner Elementary School
To give an overview of the new report card for grades 1 and 2 To explain “progress indicators” used on the new report card To share the “characteristics that affect learning” used on the new report card To share rubrics begin used to assess student work
Components of SARC The standards (VA SOL) describe what a student should know and be able to do. The standards-aligned curriculum directs the teachers ensuring that the instruction addresses the standards Assessments measure the extent to which a student has mastered essential skills The report card allows the teacher to communicate a student’s progress toward meeting standards at regular intervals throughout the school year.
E = Exceeds Standard: In addition to meeting the standard, the student makes application beyond grade level expectations, M = Meets Standard: Student consistently meets and demonstrates mastery of current grade level expectations P = Progressing Towards Standard With assistance, student demonstrates partial mastery of current grade level expectations B = Below Standard: With assistance, student struggles to demonstrate partial mastery of current grade level expectations ● = Denotes knowledge or skill not assessed at this time
READING LEVEL STANDARDS Reading levels will be noted as: A= Above levelO= On levelB= Below level DRA levels as noted below will be one measure that will be used to determine the level. Small group work and individual assessments will also be utilized each grading period. GradeFirst Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter 13101416 2 202428 3 303438 4 40 5 50
Math Rubric – Facts E = Exceeds Standard M = Meets Standard P = Progressing Toward Standard B = Performing Below Standard E = 96% - 100%(1) accuracy on 30 addition facts to 10 M= 86% - 95% (2-4) accuracy on 30 addition facts to 10 P = 70% - 85% (5-9) accuracy on 30 addition facts to 10 B = 70% > (10+) accuracy on 30 addition facts to 10
Social Studies Rubric-Famous Americans E = Exceeds Standard M = Meets Standard P = Progressing Toward Standard B = Performing Below Standard E = Writes more than 3 contributions about the person and show higher understanding of the person’s contributions. M= Writes 3 contributions about the person. P = Writes 2 contributions about the person. B = Writes 1 contribution about the person.
EMPBEMPB I’ve Got It! I know a lot about this topic. My writing is bursting with fascinating details. I’ve picked a topic small enough to handle. Working Hard I know enough to get a good start. Some of my details are too general. On My Way My topic may be a little too big. I haven’t figured out what to say. Just Beginning I’m still thinking and looking for a topic. The details aren’t clear.