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Mary Barr and Margaret Syverson have taken the best of the British Primary Language Record and adapted it for use in American middle and high schools. The Learning Record assessment system recognizes contributions from all stakeholders in the process. Teacher narratives, samples of student work, and interviews with parents combine to provide comprehensive evidence of students' progress toward agreed-upon goals and standards. Teachers summarize and record this information, using it both to inform their own teaching and to provide a more uniform and quantifiable record of literacy achievement.
Assessing Literacy with the Learning Record includes all of the materials needed to begin using the Learning Record. It offers clear explanations of each part of the Learning Record; guidelines for observing and recording student activity; and examples from actual learning records kept by classroom teachers. There is also a complete set of reproducible forms for compiling and organizing evidence of progress in talking, listening, reading, and writing, as well as reading and writing developmental scales to guide teaching and learning during the year and provide a summary evaluation at year's end.
Part A: Documenting Prior Experience
Part B: Documenting Student Learning
Part C: Reflecting on the Year's Work
Classroom Organization and Management
Appendixes: A. Reading and Writing Scales
B. Stages of English Language Learning
C. School Performance Scale
D. The Learning Record (for Secondary Schools)
E. Student Data Collection
Talking & Listening