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Anchor Paper for Great Expectations: Growing into a Hero, an Informational/Explanatory Module
Anchor Paper for Great Expectations: Growing into a Hero, an Informational/Explanatory Module

Take a look at several examples of student work for the Great Expectations: Growing into a Hero informational/explanatory module. See how a teacher uses the rubric to score student work using evidence from the student’s paper to determine where a student would benefit from feedback or instruction.

Anchor Paper for Ancient India & China, an Informational History/Social Studies Module
Anchor Paper for Ancient India & China, an Informational History/Social Studies Module

The LDC Anchor Paper Annotation Form includes seven dimensions — Focus, Reading/Research, Controlling Idea, Development, Organization, Conventions, and Content Understanding — to evaluate student work. By evaluating student work using this rubric, teachers are able to determine in what areas a student may need more support. Here you will find several examples of teacher-reviewed student work for the module Ancient India & China.

Anchor Paper for Should Helmets Be Required?, an Argumentation Science Module
Anchor Paper for Should Helmets Be Required?, an Argumentation Science Module

Each student in your class has different strengths and areas in need of improvement, but how do you determine the type of feedback each student needs? Here you will find several student examples that a teacher assessed using the seven dimensions of the LDC Anchor Paper Annotation Form (Focus, Reading/Research, Controlling Idea, Development, Organization, Conventions, Content Understanding). See how to evaluate student work to provide the best support and enrichment.

Anchor Paper for Zoos and Animal Welfare, an Argumentation Science Module
Anchor Paper for Zoos and Animal Welfare, an Argumentation Science Module

See how a teacher uses the seven dimensions of the LDC Anchor Paper Annotation Form (Focus, Reading/Research, Controlling Idea, Development, Organization, Conventions, Content Understanding) to evaluate student work. Examine how the rubric evaluation informs the type of feedback the teacher provides for several examples of student work in this science module

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