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IFC original and writable Assessments: Grade 11

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11.1 - Plans inquiry to systematically test hypothesis or to gather evidence to validate thesis

Assessment:  11.1 Gathering Evidence to Support Thesis


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Model from:  Empire State Information Fluecy Continuum - 11.1 Garthering Evidence to Support Thesis - Example

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11.2 - Pursues a balanced perspective by evaluating informatin based on authority, accuracy, point of view, and reliability

Assessment:  11.2 Source Comparison


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11.3 - Uses the organizational features of a book as well as abstracts, tables, charts and first and last chapters to locate main ideas, specific supporting evidence, and a balanced perspective

Assessment:  11.3 Using Organizational Features of a Book to Locate Information


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11.4 - Presents different perspectives with evidence for each

Assessment:  11.4 Viewpoints/Beliefs/Actions


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11.4 - Presents different perspectives with evidence for each

Assessment:  11.4 Developing a Line of Argument


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11.4 revised by:  K. DeBolt

11.4 Rubric created by:  L. Cuff and K. DeBolt

11.4 - Presents different perspectives with evidence for each

Assessment:  11.4 Historical Perspective Taking/Empathy


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11.5 - Chooses the most appropriate format, tone and language to communicate ideas clearly in real world formats to different audiences

Assessment:  11.5 Communicating Ideas to an Audience


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