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IFC original and writable Assessments: Grade 1

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1.1 - Share what is known about the general topic to elicit and make connections to prior knowledge

Assessment: 1.1 What Do You Already Know About Your Topic?

Lesson created by:  L. Planzos

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1.2 - Recognizes that fiction and picture books are organized by the author's last name in A-B-C order

Assessment:  1.2 How Are Picture Books Organized in the Library

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1.3 - Distinguishes betweeen fact and opinion

Assessment:  1.3 Recognizing Facts and Forming Opinions

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1.4 - Finds facts and briefly summarizes them via writing, drawing, or verbalization to answer research questions

Assessment:  1.4 Using Facts to Answer Questions

Lesson created by: B. Shufelt

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1.5 - Draws a conclusion about the main idea with guidance

Assessment: 1.5 Picturing the Main Idea of a Story

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1.6 - Asks "What do I wonder about now?"

Assessment: 1.6 Knowing and Learning in the Library

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1.7 - Identifies own strengths and sets goals for improvement

Assessment:  1.7 Knowing and Learning in the Library

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