high level of achievement achievement is at the provincial standard . Very high level of achievement achievement [of the grade-level expectations] exceeds the provincial standard . Achievement Chart limited effectiveness . some effectiveness . considerable effectiveness . high degree of effectiveness . What Might it Look Like in Your Classroom? major errors or omissions structured situations for simple purposes . minimal, weak independence in very structured situations many errors or omissions a few simple purposes very few contexts beginning . adequate independently in a few situations some errors or major omissions simple purposes and limited contexts progressing, emerging . very good independently in a number of situations a few errors a variety of purposes and contexts . thorough, excellent independently and confidently in a wide variety of situations almost no errors a wide variety of purposes and contexts . Help for Report Card Comments…. Achievement in The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8 Sample Verbs & Verb Phrases Expectations Qualifiers Descriptors (sample words to identify 'effectiveness')
analyses applies automatically reads begins to can explain communicates demonstrates draws conclusions explains expresses expresses & organizes extends identifies identifies and describes identifies and uses infers interprets makes makes connections predicts reads recognizes shows transfers uses "All curriculum expectations must be accounted for in instruction, but evaluation focuses on students' achievement of the overall expectations." "A student's achievement of the overall expectations is evaluated on the basis of his or her achievement of related specific expectations." (p.16 of the Language Curriculum.) Level 1 - limited Level 2 - some Level 3 - considerable Level 4 - thorough or high degree Other qualifiers may be used so long as they describe depth rather than frequency.
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 6 pages?
- Fall '19