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STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES EXAMPLES

Course/ Grade Identified Student
Needs
Student Group Student Learning
Objective
Assessment TEKS Baseline Data Student Growth Target Professional
Development/
Resources
1st Grade Reading Reading to access the
curriculum and reading
needs be at 60 wcpm at
the end of 1st grade
All Students
(Bilingual
Class)
My students will read
with fluency and
understanding in texts at
appropriate difficulty
levels. They will read
regularly at independent
level texts in which there
are no more than1 - 20
words with problems
(95% accuracy) for the
reader.
Standardized Test -
Tejas Lee
110.3 9 (a)
(b); 110.3 14
(g) (h) (I)
On BOY, students ranged
from 23-47 wcpm
90% of students will
increase their fluency by 30
wcpm.
Volunteers in the
classroom during
reading time
3rd Grade Math Students scored from
19% to 30% on
rounding and
estimation. Students
need to use strategies in
problem solving that
include
estimation,
appropriate
measurement including
perimeter, area, and
rounding with money
All Students My students will round
whole numbers to the
nearest
ten or hundred to
approximate reasonable
results in problem
situations and use
strategies to round
compatible numbers to
estimate solutions using
addition and subtraction
problems
Teacher Developed -
Word Problems
requiring Rounding to
Solve
111.15 3.5
(a) (b)
Scores ranged from 19 -
40 on the pre-assessment
80% will increase their
scores at least 30 points
None
4th Grade PE Poor Flexibility All Students My fourth grade
students will participate
in appropriate exercises
for developing flexibility
Fitnessgram 116. 6 b 4C poor flexibility with most
4th grade students as
measured on Fitnessgram
75% of my students will
improve their sit and reach
score by one inch
None
5th Grade Music Most students scored
below 70 on symbols,
notation, and terms .
All Students 5th grade students will
be able to identify music
terms, symbols and
definitions
.
Teacher Developed
Music Assessment
117.18.1.B,
3.D
5 scored 70 or higher 16
scored between 40 and 70
41 scored between 2 and
40
75% of 5th grade students
will improve by 24 points
on the post test
Texas Music Educator's
Association Convention
and Conference and
collaboration with other
music teachers.
7th Grade English Students struggle with
reading comprehension,
response to text, and
analyzing text based on
6th grade TAKS
Target Group -
Students who
failed 6th Grade
Reading TAKS
Students will use a
variety of strategies to
comprehend a wide
range of texts of
increasing levels of
difficulty, express and
support responses to
text, and analyze
characteristics of a text.
Teacher Developed
Assessment - Reading
Comprehension and
Literary Analysis
110.23
10,11,12
Most students scored
below 85%.
Comprehension quizzed
and in-class reading
assignments helped set
target.
85% of students will
achieve an 85 on the post
assessment.
Aim and Focus for
TAKS Reading Success
Middle School Teachers
/ In-class reading tutors,
after school tutorials
8th Grade Science Student scores on the
BOY averaged 44% on
the understanding of the
motion, forces, and
energy on the BOY.
All Students My students will
demonstrate an
understanding of the
relationship between
force and motion, and
how unbalanced forces
cause a change in
velocity
in the direction
of the stronger force
Teacher Developed
Assessment of Force
and Motion
112.24 8.13
A,B,C
The average percentage of
correct answers was
37.39%
80 % of students will raise
their scores by 20 points
Labs, warm-ups,
vocabulary games and
smaller assessments
8th Grade Art Keeping students
interested in attending
school, reduce drop out
rates. Skills learned
prepare for high school
Fine Arts Academy
and/or college programs
All Students will improve
their ability to draw
from direct observation
via studies of still life,
skulls, African masks,
etc…
Scott Foresman Art
rubric, modified by
teacher as needed.
Curriculum embedded
assessments
117.38 Art,
8.1A, 8.2 B
Preassessment of student's
ability to draw from direct
observation, prior to
instruction
75% of students will score
80 on the post assessment
Skulls, Skeletons
mannequin models Still
Life Objects, Mirrors
Drawing Paper & Media
Rulers Handouts
9th Grade Biology Students need to grasp
complex scientific
vocabulary and reinforce
critical thinking skills
using biology data.
All Students Students will use the
scientific method to
organize
, analyze,
evaluate, make
inferences, and predict
trends from biology
data.
Teacher Developed -
Making Inferences and
Predicting Trends
from Biology Data
112.43 2 (c ) All students scored an
average of 30% on preassessment
75% of students to increase
scores by 50 points.
West Ed Training/More
days to develop
curriculum
10th Grade English II Mechanics, Usage,
Grammar, Writing skills
All Students Students will write a
well-developed,
coherent essay using
conventions correctly.
Teacher Developed -
Essay Prompt with
Rubric
110.43 2 (b)
1 (c )
Students performed
poorly on average - below
12 points on rubric (20
point scale)
75% of students will
improve 3 or more points
on the rubric.
Essay materials, sample
essays, ideas for minilessons
10th-11th Grade
Algebra II
The students need to be
able to solve quadratic
equations and
inequalities using
graphs
, tables, and
algebraic methods.
All Students The student is expected
to use the parent
quadratic function to
graph and connect
between y=ax^2+bx+c
and the y=a(x-h)^2+k
symbolic representations
of quadratic functions
and use the parent
functions to predict
changes in a,h, and k on
the graphs of y=a(x-h)^2+k form of a
function.
Teacher Developed 111.33 7 (a) On my teacher made pretest,
of the 40 students,
the highest score was
50% made by 2 students.
The lowest score was 5%
and the class average was
27%.
75% of my students will
improve by 20% on the
teacher made postassessment.
None
11th Grade AP US History Weakness in DBQ essay
of AP Exam, support for
arguments, clear thesis
statements, and use of
primary documents
All Students AP US History students
will increase their ability
to identify and create the
key elements of a strong
DBQ response including
a clear thesis statement,
presentation of strong
supportive arguments,
and incorporation of
primary documents
Teacher Developed
Assessment - AP DBQ
Scoring Rubric and
AP Free Response
Self Evaluation
113.53 (b) A majority of students
scored below 70% on the
assessments of student
writing performance
using the AP DBQ Rubric
and the student and
teacher evaluation of freeresponse
skills using
teacher generated rubric
80% of students scoring
below 70% on AP US
History DBQ Rubric in
October 2007 will increase
their score by at least 20
points by April 2008.
Time to assess student
writing and plan for
remediation as needed.
Access to copiers for
printed materials
needed
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