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Elementary Education - LiteracyTask 3: Literacy Assessment CommentaryELE LITERACY ASSESSMENT COMMENTARY Practice Task 3Respond to the prompts below (no more than 10 single-spaced pages, including prompts) by typing your responses within the brackets following each prompt. Do not delete or alter the prompts. Commentary pages exceeding the maximum will not be scored. Attach the assessment you used to evaluate student performance (no more than 5 additional pages) to the end of this file. These pages do not count toward your page total.1.Analyzing Student Learninga.Identify the specific learning objectives measured by the assessment provided in LiveText.[The Objective is to make inferences from a line in a poem. The students must take a line from a poem along with their prior knowledge to make inferences as to what the line means and stands for.Line from the poem: Student receives 2 points for identifying a line from the poem. In your own words:oStudents receive 2 points for identifying appropriate background knowledge. oStudents receive 1 out of 2 points for identifying background knowledge that is not appropriate for the poem. oStudents receive 0 points for not identifying appropriate background knowledge. I infer…: oStudents receive 2 points for writing an inference that is appropriate based onthe chosen line from the poem and the identified background knowledge. oStudents receive 1 point for writing an inference that is appropriate based on the chosen line from the poem but not the identified background knowledge (or vice versa). oStudents receive 0 points for not writing an inference.]b.Provide a graphic (table or chart) or narrative that summarizes student learning for the whole class. Be sure to summarize student learning for all evaluation criteria submitted for the assessment.Copyright © 2016 Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University.1 of 6 | 10 pages maximumAll rights reserved.V5_0916The edTPA trademarks are owned by The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University. Use of the edTPA trademarks is permitted only pursuant to the terms of a written license agreement.
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Elementary Education - LiteracyTask 3: Literacy Assessment Commentary[ Most of the students were able to identify lines from the poem that was provided whichis represented by the blue bar. While the students who used appropriate background knowledge to create an understanding of the line from the poem is represented by the green bar. Lastly the purple bar represents the number of students who were able to turn their prior knowledge into an inference. It seems there is a major task laid out in order to obtain the correct information and understanding of poems and reading and understanding lines from poems which can be essential to the reading and writing process. By making inferences it is important for students to understand the task as wellas being able to execute it]c.Use evidence found in the 3 student work samples and the whole class summary
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