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IFC original and writable Assessments: Grade 12

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Cross Grade Assessment Use

Please Note:  One of the greatest advantages of the ESIFC Assessments is that they can be used across grade levels - sometimes with modification, sometimes just as they are.  This "reaching down" for ESIFC Assessments to teach our students skills they have not yet mastered is not only appropriate, but also strongly encouraged.

Below you will find two lessons created by P. Sarles for use with a Grade 12 class:  

  1. ESIFC Assessment 4.5
  2. ESIFC Assessment 7.4

 

12.1 - Explores problems or questions for which there are multiple or no "best" answer

Assessment:  12.1 Selecting Complex Research Problems or Questions


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12.2 - Challenges ideas in text and makes notes of questions to pursue in additional sources

Assessment:  12.2 Investigating Ideas


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12.2 - Challenges ideas in text and makes notes of questions to pursue in additional sources

Assessment:  12.2 Learning Logs for Reflective Notetaking


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12.3 - Builds a conceptual framework by synthesizing ideas gathered from multiple sources

Assessment:  12.3 Concept Maps for Organizing Thinking


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12.3 - Builds a conceptual framework by synthesizing ideas gathered from multiple sources

Assessment:  12.3 Concept Map


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12.4 - Develops own popint of view and supports it with evidence

Assessment:  12.4 Supporting an Opinion


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12.5 - Evaluates own product and process throughout the work and uses self-assessment, teacher feedback, and peer feedback to make revisions when necessary

Assessment:  12.5 Student Research Checklist


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12.5 - Evaluates own product and process throughout the work and uses self-assessment, teacher feedback, and peer feedback to make revisions when necessary

Assessment 12.5 Inquiry Process Questions


Use this document throughout the inquiry process to assist students in reflecting on their own inquiry and how it is progressing.

Subject Guide

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