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Writing Work Samples

Overview

Work Samples will more effectively support student learning when they are integrated systematically into the district curriculum and are also part of classroom instruction (that is, the normal, ongoing evaluation and grading process). For example, when they are used to help summarize a unit of study or extending the concepts presented, work samples can be a natural part of classroom practices and be offered many times during the school year.

 

 

Scored Student Work Samples – High School

Overview

To help students, teachers, administrators, and parents learn what the expectations are for writers at the High School level, the site makes available sample or "anchor" papers that show varying levels of performance in each of the tested modes.

These papers may be used for teacher training, informational documents, scoring practice with students, other audiences, or for other uses.

Directions: To view examples of student papers (with Adobe Acrobat Reader), click on the "Student Sample" link. To look at the scores and read the commentary, click on the "Scores/Commentary" link below the Student Sample being viewed.

 
 

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