Student Tasks

Write to the Source

Write to the Source performance tasks and rubrics ask students to rely on textual evidence when responding to writing prompts about identity, diversity, justice and action.

21 STUDENT TASKS

Fact or Opinion

Fact or Opinion asks students to demonstrate their explanatory and analytical writing skills.
Grade Level
3-5
CCSS
W.3.2, W.4.2, W.5.2, W.3.4, W.4.4, W.5.4, W.4.9, W.5.9
July 19, 2014

In Conversation

In Conversation asks students to demonstrate their narrative skills when applying different points of view in writing.
Grade Level
3-5
CCSS
W.3-5.3, W.3-5.4
July 19, 2014

Point of View

Point of View asks students to demonstrate their narrative skills when applying different points of view in writing.
Grade Level
3-5
CCSS
W.3-5.3, W.3-5.4
July 19, 2014

Problem Solver

Problem Solver asks students to demonstrate their argumentative skills when identifying problems and solutions in writing.
Grade Level
CCSS
W.6-12.1, W.6-12.4, W.6-12.9
July 19, 2014

Small Moment

Small Moment asks students to demonstrate their narrative skills when writing about personal experiences.
Grade Level
3-5
CCSS
W.3-5.3, W.3-5.4
July 19, 2014

So What?

So What? asks students to demonstrate their explanatory and informative skills when writing to gain the understanding of others.
Grade Level
CCSS
W.6-12.2, W.6-12.4, W.6-12.9
July 19, 2014
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