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KA Part 5

Instructional Goal Objective UDL Assessments
Strategies

Lesson 1: The Identifying what Objective 1: Learners are 1. Learners will complete a
learner will be classworks is and The learner provided with KWL chart to show what
provided with an the resources it will describe multiple means of they know, want to know
overview of provides. information. The and finally what they
Classworks.
Classworks and all KWL chart allows have learned.
the resources it 1A. The the learns to have2. Learners will be able to
contains. learner will an outline for what define classworks and
identify the is being taught. the resources it provides
uses for Multiple means of
Classworks. engagement
1B. The during the KWL
activities and
learner will list
sharing their
the various responses with the
resources that group.
can be used in
Classworks.

Lesson 2: The Explain the Objective 2: Learners are 1. Learners will be able to
learner will be benefits of using The learner provided with assign a Universal
given a list of Classworks. will summarize different means of Screener and collect data
benefits of using Demonstrate how to use to plan individual
the benefits of information by
classworks. The to operate learning assignments.
learner will Classworks and using looking at
understand how a the programs Classworks. universal
universal screener associated with 2 A. The screeners and
is assigned and Classworks. learner will ILP’s for students.
how to use the identify Learners have the
results to assist benefits of opportunity to
students.
using visualize the
Classworks. information and
2 B. The then put it into
learner will practice. Multiple
demonstrate means of
how to assign representation by
the Universal looking at the
Screener. screeners and
2 C. The individual learning
learner will assignments.
investigate
how
Classworks
assigns ILP or
Individual
Learning
Profiles.
2 D. The
learner will
compare ILP’s
to Snapshots.
Objective 3:
The learner
will show an
understanding
of how to
maneuver
Classworks
3 A. The
learner will
perform the
procedure of
assigning the
Universal
Screener.
3 B. The
learner will
construct a
spreadsheet
using
Classworks
data.
3 C. The
learner will
demonstrate
how to sort
students, label
and save the
screener data.

Lesson 3: The Demonstrate an Objective 4: Learners were 1. The learner will
learner will be understanding of The learner exposed to demonstrate how to
shown how to use Classworks and will design a different forms of create a lesson along
Classworks in a the programs it with activities for whole
whole class technology and
whole class contains. class discussion and use.
setting. The lesson using instruction by
learner will be able Classworks. using the
to assign and 4 A. The smartboard for
complete a whole learner will whole group and
group lesson using demonstrate chromebooks for
Classworks. how to locate individual
desired lesson assignments.
in Classworks. Whole group and
4 B. The individual learning
learner will was used to allow
provide learners to ask
students with a questions and see
mini lesson. how to work
4 C. The through the
learner will program.
assign
students to
answer
practice
questions.

Lesson 4: The Design individual Objective 5: Multiple means 1. The learner will assign
learner will be able lessons for The learner were used to individual assessments to
to design individual students based will distribute the students.
lessons based on on their weakness 2. The learner will collect
demonstrate information.
student’s abilities in an area. data from assessments
using a variety of how to assign Learners have the to create individual
topics individual opportunity for lessons based on
student questions and to student’s weaknesses.
activities using practice each skill
Classworks. after looking at
5 A. The students individual
learner will scores and base
design a lessons on their
variety of weaknesses.
lessons based
on individual
student
weaknesses.
5 B. The
learner will
classify
lessons into
categories
based on the
topic.
5 C. The
learner will
assign lessons
to students.

Lesson 5: The Utilize Objective 6: Learners are 1. The learner will be
learner will identify Classworks to The learner provided with demonstrating the
student’s help students fill will exhibit how multiple means of connections between
weakness and in educational snapshots and ILP’s
to assess ILP’s information
demonstrate gaps in learning. 2. The learner will
activities to help and Snapshots between the ILP’s demonstrate how to
them practice 6 A. The and snapshots assign and monitor
those weaknesses. learner will students were students’ progress with
The learners will demonstrate assigned. ILP’s.
be able to how to view Additionally, the
collaborate with ILP and lesson has
other staff on
Snapshots. different topics
student
assignments and 6 B. The that are
goals to help learner will addressed. This
students attain interpret the allows the topics
those goals. results of the to be in smaller
assessments. parts and makes it
6 C. The easier to
learner will understand and
demonstrate how
how to understanding of
reassign each part.
snapshots and
ILP’s based on
results from
students.

Lesson 1 Assessments
● KWL Chart
The class will fill out a KWL chart about classworks at the beginning, middle and end of the
course. This information will be shared with the instructor so that all unfamiliar information will
be covered. This chart will also show the learners the progress they have made throughout the
course.

Know Want to Know Learned

● The basics of using a ● How to assign the Universal ● To assign and chart results for
computer Screener and view results a Universal Screener
● How to log into classworks ● How to look at and assess ● To create a spreadsheet that
● How to check class rosters snapshots shows student data along with
● What is an ILP and how does progress made throughout the
it help my students levels.
● How can I use Classworks for
● To create an effectively use a
whole group discussions? whole class activity in the
● How can Classworks be used classroom.
for individual instruction ● To create Individual student
plans to fill educational gaps
and raise student
achievement.

● Defining classworks and the resources found in classworks
The learners will complete a quiz that asks about all the resources found in classworks.
Name:_______________________________
Answer the following questions by circling the correct answer for multiple choice and writing in
a complete sentence for short answer.
1. Classworks can be used to assess students’ knowledge on only one level at a time?
YES NO

2. Classworks should only be used with students who are below grade level?
YES NO

3. Which of the following subjects are found in classworks?
A. Math/ English B. English/ Science C. Science/Social Studies D. Math/Science

4. Which assessment is done first to establish a baseline?
A. Individual Learning Profile (ILP) B. Universal Screener C. Snapshot Assessment

5. When using a whole class lesson you have which options to choose from?
A. The lesson by standard B. Lesson by concept C. Both A and B

6. Lexile level are not listed in Classworks?
TRUE FALSE

7. Once a snapshot is taken then the student is assigned what?

8. How are the activities separated? (Levels, Task, etc.)

9. List three things that Classworks does to assist in educating students?

10. How will you use Classworks in your classroom to assist students?

KEY
1. NO
2. NO
3. A
4. B
5. C
6. F
7. Once a snapshot is assigned and taken then if the student passes the assessment then the next
level of practice is assigned. If the fails, the snapshot then the weaker areas are assigned as
practice and then the snapshot is reassigned.
8. Activities are assigned by grade levels or activities. If you need an assignment on a standard,
then you can search by standards. If you need an assignment based on a topic, then you search by
the topic. An example could be if you want standard CC1RL5 then you can search using that
number. However, if you want to teach reading a literary text and need a vary of ranges for
students then you can use those keywords to find the assignments linked with it. This is a great
way to use the same technique with a variety of text based on student’s ability level.
9. Classworks can be used to assess the level the student can perform on efficiently and fill in any
gaps that the student may have. The program also has a variety of text that can be assigned along
with multiple choice and short answer response. The program also provides mini lesson and
practice that can help with review of an area.
10. Answer will vary. Ex. I am planning on using Classworks as a way of identify weaknesses and
reteach those weaknesses, so that any gaps in learning will be filled. I also plan on using it to
help my student become more familiar with reading a passage and answering questions over the
text and for compare text.

UDL Principle: The quiz will be differentiated to provide multiple means of expression by using
multiple choice, True/False, Yes/No and short answer response. The KWL chart allows students
to see where their ability is and where they are striving to be.
Lesson 2 Assessments
Students will follow the graph and assign the universal screener, create a report to be sent after
screener is complete and place data into a spreadsheet showing a ranking of student’s
performance.

The spreadsheet should look like this

Name Score

Carlos Monday 650

Kennedy Saturday 648

Tuesday Weeknight 650

George Lopez 630

Tom Cruise 625

Cameron Diaz 615

Adam Sandler 600

Tobey MaGuire 590

Monica Lewis 550
UDL Principle: Multiple means of presentation are used. Visual aids are used to show data in a
chart for easy reading. A flow chart to show steps needed to complete a task. The excel
spreadsheet that shows students that need extra support, so support and advanced work to keep
them engaged and thinking.
Lesson 3 Assessment
Learners are to create a lesson for whole group learning that covers all the topics on the rubric.

Rubric
1 2 3

Organized The lesson has most The lesson has all the The lesson has all the
of the required required information required information
information. but is not in a logical and is a logical order
order. that makes following
it easy.

Accuracy Lesson was relevant Lesson was relent to Lesson was relevant
to subject taught by subject and grade to subject, grade and
the teacher. level of teacher covered one of the
standards.

Understanding Lesson demonstrates Lesson demonstrates Lesson demonstrates
that the learner has no that learner has a that learner
understanding of the basic understanding understands and can
material. of the material and apply the taught
can create a basic material to create a
lesson. lesson of their own.

Total

UDL principle: Using an organization tool allows learners to reflect on the lesson and see some
strengths and weakness in lesson. This help the learner see what worked or did not work for this
lesson.

Lesson 4 Assessment
Learners will create a chart that shows students plans for individual learning and how they will
chart student progress. Learners must also show how individual learning is assigned by using a
web 2.0 tool.

Students SS Lvl 1 SS Lvl 1 SS Lvl 1 SS Lvl 2 SS Lvl 2 SS Lvl 2 SS Lvl 3
Grammar Reading Word An Word An Grammar Reading Reading

Tyler X X X
Jaquerri X

Tory X

Tyrec X X

Caleb X X X X

Haley X X

Brittany X X

Semaj X X X X X

Jordan X

Anthony X

Sam X X X X

Micaela X X

Destiney X

Briar X X X X

Serenity X X
X- represents a 100 in the area being tested.
An example of the presentation could be a Prezi like the one linked below.
http://prezi.com/von54j62tvqe/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

UDL Principles- Multiple means of presentation are used with visual and auditory can be used
to cover both learning styles. Learners will use a presentation that has step by step directions
along with putting those steps into practice. The sources used are video and text. Learners have
the freedom to use any web 2.0 tool to show the needed steps to assign learning. The chart makes
following student progress quick and shows how students are growing.

Lesson 5 Assessment
Learners need to create a Venn diagram or other visual way to show the similarities and
differences between Snapshots and ILP’s. Data collected from student growth should be
represented in a chart or graph.

Example of a diagram could be-
Snapshots Individual Learning Profile
A quiz that narrows down any learningInstruction
gaps assigned based on learning gaps
Creates a baseline a learner’s ability level
Can be reassigned as many times as the students’ needs
Allows different levels to be assigned Score
to buildgoal
a good
can foundation
be adjusted to allow all students to be succes

Snapshot and ILP
Allow students to work at their own pace
Shows students strengths and Weakness
Allows teachers to monitor progress

UDL Principle: Multiple means of presentation are used. Learners will use a diagram that shows
how each assessment is different and alike. Learners are able to use multiple tools for
construction of the chart that is used. The chart makes following student progress quick and
shows which levels were assigned added assignments and which ones were already mastered.