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Common Core: ELA
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Rubrics: Standard III: Instructional Practice
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 The teacher provides an opportunity for students to collaborate with others from diverse groups.

 The teacher provides an opportunity for students to collaborate with others from diverse groups. The teacher models feedback.

 The teacher provides an opportunity for students to collaborate with others from diverse groups.

 The teacher uses formative assessment to monitor student learning and uses that information to adjust the lesson in order to clarify understanding.

 The teacher uses questions to formatively assess the student, and adjusts his questions and explanations to guide her to a better understanding of the concept.

 The teacher uses the task and the followup questions as formative assessments to monitor student learning, adjusting the questions to ensure clarity and understanding.

 The teacher's feedback to students is timely and directly connected to the goals of the lesson.

 The teacher's feedback to students encourages them to continue building on each other's ideas, thereby advancing their own learning.

 The teacher's feedback system to students is timely and relevant. Students have the rubric so they can monitor their own progress and improve their learning.

 The teacher's feedback to students is timely and rubricbased, providing the students with concrete markers for improving their writing.

 The teacher's questions are generally open in nature and engage students in deeper thinking and further discussion.

 Most of the teacher's questions are open in nature and engage students in deeper thinking and further discussion. Some of the techniques used require all students to respond.

 The teacher's questions are open in nature and engage students in deeper thinking and further discussion. Many students respond and feel comfortable sharing their ideas.

 The teacher's questions engage students in deeper thinking and further discussion. The small group model encourages all students to participate.

 The teacher's questions are open in nature and engage most of the students in deeper thinking and further discussion.

 The teacher's questions engage students in deeper thinking and further discussion with each other and with the teacher. Many of the students participate.

 The teacher's question is open in nature and challenges all students to formulate questions and to demonstrate reasoning.

 Students are challenged to think and to demonstrate reasoning. The grouping allows all students to respond.

 Teacher's questions are open in nature and challenge all students to think and demonstrate reasoning. Techniques require all students to respond.

 The teacher's question is open in nature and engages all students in deeper thinking and further discussion about the topic of theme.

 Students are productively engaged in learning once the teacher walks away. Student interactions are generally polite and respectful.

 The teacher provides an opportunity for students to collaborate with others from diverse groups. Students ask for and listen to each other's ideas.

 Teacher provides clear directions to the students, has them review those directions with each other, and then again with the class as a whole. Teacher clarifies timeframe for the work.