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ILP Big 6+ ELA Projects: 12th Grade Exemplars


At the completion of this lesson, you will need to send two student examples each of a level 2, 3, and 4 project to your curriculum specialist or department head who will in turn submit them to your supervisor.  This can be electronically or as a hard copy.  Please include the document below with your submission.  You will need one cover page for each grade level you teach.

  • Only send in the final product with a citation page.  (Rough drafts, outlines, notecards, etc. are not needed)
  • Clearly mark the grade given to the assignment either in the upper right hand corner of the first paper page or in the document title for electronic submissions.
  • Remove the student's and your name from the product.
  • Send in a blank copy of the rubric used to grade this assessment
  • If you are submitting exemplars from a lesson not included on -- you will need to send in a copy of your lesson plan.
  • If sending in electronic copies, send to both Julie Schik and Courtney Pentland

12th Grade Exemplars--Coming Soon!

Using Exemplars

The exemplars to the right may not fit the exact project you are teaching, but you can still share them with students to give them a gauge of what a level 2, 3, and 4 should look like.

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