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Frederick Douglass

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Transcript of Frederick Douglass

Follow the steps to success and knowledge! You can!
Frederick Douglass Performance Assessment
Introduction to Frederick Douglass
You about got this task beat!!
Click on the link below to read about Mr. Douglass! You may use your tools in Google to highlight!
Time to get busy writing!!
Label this task - Section 2
(Student Performance Task 2): Using the text. Explain how the author supports that idea. Use at least two details from the text. Determine one main idea from the text to support your answer. Use complete sentences!


Rubric:
3-The response includes one main idea and at least two supporting details from the text.
2-The response includes one main idea and one supporting detail from the text.
1-The response includes one main idea but does not include any supporting details from the text.
0-The response does not include a main idea.
(Student Performance Task 3):Explain the author's purpose in writing this text. Include at least one detail from the text to support your answer.

Rubric: (section 3)
2 -The response accurately explains the author's purpose and includes at least one supporting detail from the text.
1 -The response accurately explains the author's purpose but does not include one supporting detail from the text.
0 -The response does not accurately explain the author's purpose.
...more writing!!
Use your deep thoughts!!
You are doing great!! Keep on keeping on!
(Student Performance Task 4): Evaluate the argument presented in the text. Use at least three details from the text to support your answer. Consider these questions when defending your answer.
-How effective is the argument?
-How does the author support the argument?
-Does the author use facts or opinions?
-Is the argument supported by well-researched information or does the author use evidence that is irrelevant?

Rubric: (section 4)
4 -The response evaluates the effectiveness of the argument and includes at least three supporting details from the text.
3 -The response evaluates the effectiveness of the argument and includes two supporting details from the text.
2 -The response evaluates the effectiveness of the argument and includes one supporting detail from the text.
1 -The response evaluates the effectiveness of the argument but does not include any supporting details from the text.
0 -The response does not evaluate the effectiveness of the argument.
The challenge is getting deep now!!
(Student Performance Task 5)

Student prompt:Use information from the text to write a short paragraph for a lower-grade student explaining how Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery. Use appropriate style, language, and vocabulary for younger students.

Mrs. Myers will not be using a rubric to evaluate this performance task. I want you to really think about what a younger child can understand. There is no length as far as sentences are concerned. However, to do your best work - you know a few sentences will NOT be enough! Have fun! Teach the younger kids something! If you get finished and want to include a picture of Frederick Douglass for your child to look at - please do!!!

I have left the last circle blank. It's where you can do your paragraph writing. If you have trouble editing or fitting your paragraph to the circle, ask your face partner for help before asking me! Click on to the next page and get started! Do your best writing! Remember your audience! Grammar - Hammer it!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D0Q2g6tcthzJi3zhfUapzbQ3FW28mydNJykk56qa0FQ/edit?usp=sharing
(Student Performance task)- Summarize the text. Include at least three important details to support your answer.

Rubric:
3- The response accurately summarizes the text and includes at least three important details.
2- The response accurately summarizes the text and includes two important details.
1- The response accurately summarizes the text and includes one important detail.
0- The response does not accurately summarize the text.
Mrs. Myers does not accept a "0" -- so try your best! You have great thoughts! I want to see them! Let your mind do the talking!

Open a new Google Document.
Title it: Frederick Douglass text analysis
type your name in the top left hand corner with hour.
Label this task: Section 1
- If you are having trouble comprehending the text - what can you do?
Performance Task - final paragraph!
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