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Part XI

Sample Entries

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This section provides samples of entries that meet the criteria for inclusion in a portfolio. Review the sample entries with the PowerPoint trainings and your 20092010 Procedures Manual. After each entry, there will be an explanation of why it scored as it did.

Language Arts Literacy

Sample Entry Fall 2009 Albert

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This is a 4th grade Language Arts Literacy example beginning with the Entry Cover Sheet and including the two required pieces of evidence.

Language Arts Literacy Entry - Example

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Notice that this entry cover sheet indicates that this is LAL entry 1, as well as the required gradelevel standard, strand and CPI to be assessed; 3.1 represents reading; 4 represents the student's assigned grade, F represents the strand, and 2 represents the specific CPI. The optional box was also completed. Next, the CPI Link is documented. This must be recorded on the line labeled CPI Link. And then circle the level of the link as indicated in the CPI Links document. The bottom portion of the entry cover sheet is used to describe the activities from which the initial and final pieces of evidence were collected. Take a minute to review the entry cover sheet.

Albert

9/15/09

20% accurate 20% independent

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Notice that the first piece of evidence assesses the entire CPI Link: After reading a passage, identify unknown words using context clues. The student reads the text and then circles the correct definition for the underlined/unknown word. Notice the text is a three sentence passage or paragraph and includes enough information to provide context for the unknown word--such as in item 1, the word "unproductive" is described earlier in the passage through examples of how Joe is unproductive (falling asleep a few times). The text is appropriate to Joe's gradelevel and the CPI being assessed. Information about text can be found in Part III of the training. As you review this first piece of evidence on slides 4, 5, and 6, notice that there are 5 items, it is in the student's mode of communication; each item is marked as correct or incorrect, and each item is marked as independent or prompted, with the specific prompt documented. The accuracy and independence scores are recorded on the student's work and the initial accuracy score is below 39%. And of course the student's name and the complete date are documented on the evidence as well. Review the Universal Scoring rules against this piece of evidence.

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and 6, notice that there are 5 items, it is in the student's mode of communication; each item is marked as correct or incorrect, and each item is marked as independent or prompted, with the specific prompt documented. The accuracy and independence scores are recorded on the first page of student's evidence and the initial accuracy score is below 39%. And of course the student's name and the complete date are documented on the evidence as well. Review the Universal Scoring rules against this piece of evidence.

Albert 12/18/09

80% accurate 80% independent

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In this activity the student has a word bank to choose the correct definition for the underline word. Again, the context clues within the passage provide enough information that the student can use the passage to figure out the meaning of the underlined word.

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Language Arts Literacy Evidence Index 4th Grade LAL Entry Entry 1 Standard 3.1 Strand F CPI 2 Matched Link : "After reading a passage, identify the meaning of unknown words using context cues" Rubric Dimension

Complexity

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Pgs. 2-2b and 3-3b show the student working on the complete CPI Link from the "Matched" column Pgs. 3-3b (evidence 2) are a different activity than pgs. 2-2b (evidence 1) Different context: different passages and words assessed Different application: multiple choice vs. fill in the blank Pgs. 3-3b student scored 80% Independence Each item is clearly marked Pgs. 2-2b student scored 20% (which is below 39%) on initial activity Pgs. 3-3b student scored 80% Each item is clearly marked Pgs. 3-3b do not include a more intrusive prompt than pgs. 2-2b

Independence Performance

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This index is just to help you understand why this entry scored as it did. You do not need to include it in your portfolios. It is for training purposes only. Review this index for each of the scoring dimensions: complexity, independence, and performance.

Mathematics

Sample Entry Fall 2009 Angie

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This is an 8th grade Mathematics example, beginning with the Entry Cover Sheet and including the two required pieces of evidence.

Mathematics Entry - Example

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The entry cover sheet indicates that this is Math entry 3. Take a minute to review the entry cover sheet. Notice how the Standard, grade, strand and CPI are documented, as well as the specific link being assessed. Review the description of the activities. The entry cover sheet is complete, which allows a reviewer to understand exactly what is to be assessed and what the evidence should demonstrate.

Angie

9/9/09

20% accurate 60% independent

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In this initial piece of evidence, the student's performance of the entire CPI Link is evidenced. First Angie extends the pattern and then describes the rule. Each item is marked as correct or incorrect and each item is marked as independent or prompted. If you review this evidence against the Universal Scoring Rules, you will see that all criteria have been met.

Angie

2/1/10

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In this final piece of evidence, the student's performance of the entire CPI Link is also evidenced. Angie extends the pattern and describes the rule through the use of word problems. Notice that the evidence spanned three pages in order to demonstrate all 5 items, . Each item is marked as correct or incorrect and each item is marked as independent or prompted. If you review this evidence against the Universal Scoring Rules, you will see that all criteria have been met. Also notice that the first piece of evidence presented a set of numbers from which to identify and describe the pattern and the final piece of evidence used word problems and an organizer to identify and describe the patterns.

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Mathematics Evidence Index 8th Grade Mathematics Entry Entry 3 Standard 4.3 Strand A CPI 1 Near Link: Describe and extend a pattern involving rational numbers--must include negatives, decimals, or fractions Rubric Dimension Complexity Score 3 Evidence

Pgs. 22­23b show the student working on the complete CPI Link from the "Near" column Pg. 22 (evidence 1) is a different activity than pgs. 23­23b (evidence 2) Different Context: different problems used Different application: fill in the blank vs. word problems using a table Pgs. 23­23b student scored 60% Independence Each item is clearly marked Pg. 22 student scored 20% (which is below 39%) on initial activity Pgs. 23­23b student scored 80% Each item is clearly marked Pgs. 23­23b do not include a more intrusive prompt than pg. 22

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Review the index for information as to why this entry scored as it did. You do not need to include an evidence index in your portfolio, it is for training purposes only.

Science

Sample Entry Fall 2009 Betty

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This is a 12th grade Science example, beginning with the Entry Cover Sheet and including the two required pieces of evidence.

Science Entry - Example

APA 2009-2010 ENTRY COVER SHEET Student Name___Betty___________________ Evidence of Initial Activity ­ Dated Between September 1 - November 13, 2009 Evidence of Final Activity ­ Dated Between December 14, 2009 - February 19, 2010 This entry is for: (Circle one) This is entry number: (circle one) __5.10_____ _12______ Standard Grade _B_____ Strand LAL 1 MATH 2 3 4 SCIENCE

_2______ CPI

In addition to the code above, you may want to include the written information: Standard: Science Strand: Human Interactions and Impact CPI: Use scientific, economic, and other data to assess environmental risks and benefits associated with societal activity CPI Link: Classify positive and negative ways humans affect the environment._______________________________________________ CPI Link type: (Circle one) Matched Near Far

Description of Initial Activity: _Betty viewed websites such as Yahooligans, Google, and Discovery Channel to search pictures that show how humans affect the environment. After a discussion on positive and negative effects, Betty was given 10 pictures to classify as positive or negative. She was given pre-cut + and ­ signs and told to put a + if this was a positive impact and a ­ if this was a negative impact._____________________________________________________ Description of Final Activity: _Betty was given a test at the end of the unit. She was given pre-cut pictures to sort the positive and negative ways humans affect the environment. She used a T-chart to organize her information.______________________________

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Notice that this entry cover sheet indicates that this is Science entry 4. The required high school Biology standard, strand and CPI is documented on the entry cover sheet, as well as the specific link Betty is assessed on. Take a minute to review the entry cover sheet and verify that all the information is provided.

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In this piece of evidence, the student labels each photograph and description as having a positive or negative effect on the environment. Can you identify the student's mode of communication? Notice the picture symbols used to describe each photograph, and the use of the plus sign to represent positive effects and minus to represent negative effects.

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In this piece of evidence, the student sorts the photographs and descriptions by whether it represents a positive or negative effect using a Tchart. Once again notice the student's mode of communication. The same picture symbols are used throughout to represent the same vocabulary and concepts across the different photographs.

Science Evidence Index 12th Grade Science Entry Entry 4 Standard 5.10 Strand B CPI 2 Near Link: Classify positive and negative ways humans affect the environment Rubric Dimension Complexity Score 3 Evidence

Pgs. 56­57 show the student working on the complete CPI Link from the "Near" column Pg. 56 (evidence 1) is a different activity than Pg. 57 (evidence 2) Different context: used a computer for research and then take a test Different application: label photographs as positive or negative and then sort photographs as positive or negative using a T-chart Pg. 57 student scored 100% independence Each item is clearly marked Pg. 56 student scored 20% (which is below 39%) on initial activity Pg. 57 student scored 100% Each item is clearly marked Pg. 57 does not include a more intrusive prompt than pg. 56

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Review the index for information as to why this entry scored as it did. When you are finished, you are ready to wrap up the training by going to Part XII.

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