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Preparing Students for New Writing Assessments

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Overview

Many of today's high-stakes tests require students to write essays and justify their responses by including or referencing primary source documents that support their statements. Join Dr. Michelle Cheasty-Christ as she explores how to expose students to primary source documents, incorporate quotes in writing, and cite those sources. In addition to sharing various primary source sites, she will discuss how to evaluate sources to determine if they are scholarly sources. Michelle will also discuss how to get students involved with peer reviews to ensure information is documented and cited appropriately. You will also learn how to develop performance tasks that students can use to practice writing for the new writing assessments.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Reading & Writing
Tags: assessments, citation, citing sources, evaluating sources, incorporating quotes, literacy, peer reviews, primary sources, writing

Reviews (37)

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Thank Mrs. Cheasty!

I am a Visual Arts Teacher in an elementary school in Eastern North Carolina, however I was born in Harrison County, West Virginia! I loved your ideas. Thank you!
 
I was reminded of the importance of using rubrics in class.
 
Thanks for the info.
Basic Member
 
This is such a help to me as a teacher! Thank you!
 
She had some good information to apply to the needed writing skills for my students.
 
I loved her rubric. The document helps students know what's expected of them and the steps they need to take in order to succeed on the assignment.
 
I loved this information, thank you!
Basic Member
 
Informative.....thank you
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I like the way she pulls from a variety of resources to teach literary elements.
Basic Member
 
Very informative.
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