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Old 03-12-2017, 02:40 PM
 
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Help!!!
I am looking at the form "Group info and profile form" and also the knowledge of students section in written commentary section, Do both will have same kind of sources and information or is it different. I am thinking each of these forms combined together makes the written commentary for each section.
I need some guidance,Any ideas thoughts are highly appreciated.


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Me too
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I agree. I am writing the written commentary and it sounds just like the Group Information and Profile form. Help!
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Old 03-12-2017, 05:54 PM
 
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The prompts in the Written Commentary Knowledge of Students section and the prompts on the Group Information and Profile Form are not the same. They are not asking for the same information. Let's analyze:

Prompt #1, Written Commentary, Knowledge of Students:
You name the sources, tell how you happened to choose those sources,tell why those sources were appropriate, and how you determined the relative importance of the info you gathered.

Prompt #1, Group Information and Profile Form:
You describe information you collected about the GROUP OF STUDENTS/PROFILE GROUP

Prompt #2, Group Information and Profile Form:
You describe the STUDENTS based on the information you gathered.

The prompts are carefully designed with nuances that force you to think and analyze more deeply. They don't ask about the exact same things. I know it's often hard to decipher and interpret, but if you truly find yourself repeating exact information, go back and see if you can figure out how the prompts are different...what the nuance is.

Hope this helps!
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Thank you!
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Thanks, NB Coach! So if I apply this:

Sources (F&P data, ELD data, parent survey, student survey, etc.. gathered from kids, parents, previous teachers, etc...)

Information (Reading accuracy, comprehension, fluency, language acquisition levels, interests, at home reading habits, etc...)

Does this sound right?
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Thanks coach!!!


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Yes, that sounds on track.
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What about the HOW?
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This is a great explanation of the difference between the two prompts,thank you! The part I am getting hung up on is the part where it says on the Knowledge of Students Form Prompt #1: Describe the information and HOW you collected it. I feel like to answer the how I will be going into detail about the sources, which belongs in the written commentary.

For example... I collected GPA and grades in prior math classes (WHAT) by accessing our district grade system (HOW, but also SOURCE).
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