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PRIORITIZED STANDARDS

LTS-MS.IAI.06

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 01: Information and Inquiry (Cluster: Evaluate Information)

LTS-MS.IAI.06 Evaluate information found within selected resources on the basis of accuracy, currency, reasonableness, appropriateness, credibility, and detail.

Student Learning Targets:

Reasoning Targets

 I can evaluate and select reliable information online.

Proficiency Scale

 

 

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Student did not identify any of the criteria for evaluating a website.

Student correctly identified 1 or 2 of the 4 criteria for evaluating a website:  domain/detail, authority, relevancy, and currency.

Student correctly identified 3 of the 4 criteria for evaluating a website:  domain/detail, authority, relevancy, and currency.

Student correctly identified the 4 criteria for evaluating a website: domain/detail, authority, relevancy, and currency.

Prior to instruction, student can independently and accurately evaluate an Internet source.

 

Resources

Websites

  • Add resources with links, youtube or PDF

Vocabulary

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LTS-MS.IAI.10

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 01: Information and Inquiry (Cluster: Organize Information)

LTS-MS.IAI.10 Collaborate with others to exchange ideas and develop new understandings.

 

Student Learning Targets for 6th Digital Literacy:

 

Skills (Performance) Targets

  • I can collaborate through peer feedback to exchange ideas and develop new understandings.

Proficiency Scale for 6th Digital Literacy:

Score   Description:

Standards: LTS-MS.IAI.09 Organize and analyze information using technology and other tools.

LTS-MS-IAI.10 Collaborate with others to exchange ideas and develop new understandings.

Sample Activity
4.0
  • Student justified feedback through descriptive explanations.

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  3.5 In addition to Score 3.0 performance, the student demonstrates in-depth inferences and applications regarding the more complex content with partial success.
3.0
  • Project was neatly organized and laid out sequentially. (IAI.09)
  • Student gave constructive and specific feedback in a manner that was well-received. Student responded appropriately to feedback. (IAI.10)

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  2.5 The student demonstrates no major errors or omissions regarding the simpler details and processes (Score 2.0 content) and partial knowledge of the more complex ideas and processes (Score 3.0 content).
2.0
  • Project was neatly organized. However some information is not easy to find or out of sequence. (IAI.09)
  • Student gave feedback, but it was not specific. Student responded appropriately to feedback most of the time. (IAI.10)

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  1.5 The student demonstrates partial knowledge of the simpler details and processes (Score 2.0 content) but exhibits major errors or omissions regarding the more complex ideas and procedures (Score 3.0 content).
1.0
  • Project was disorganized and some information is not easy to find or out of sequence. (IAI.09)
  • Student did not give constructive or specific feedback. Student responded negatively to feedback. (IAI.10)

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  0.5
  • Project was disorganized and a majority of information is not easy to find or out of sequence. (IAI.09)
  • No attempt was made to give or receive feedback. (IAI.10)

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Resources

Websites

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Student Learning Targets for 8th Communications:

Reasoning Targets

  • I can change my ideas or defend my stance based on the evidence.
  • I can reflect on my strengths and weaknesses.

Skills (Performance) Targets

  • I can give and receive constructive and specific feedback.
  • I can follow agreed upon norms for discussions.
  • assist others as needed.

Product Targets

  • I can provide significant contribution to my group.

 

Proficiency Scale for 8th Communications:

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LTS-MS.MTL.02

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 02: Media and Technology Literacy (Cluster: Technology Operations)

LTS-MS.MTL.02 Select the appropriate technology to accomplish a goal.

Student Learning Targets:

  • I can compare and contrast two or more applications and describe which will best accomplish a task.

Rubric - Resources

Proficiency Scale

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Resources

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Vocabulary


LTS-MS.MTL.03

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 02: Media and Technology Literacy (Cluster: Technology Operations)

LTS-MS.MTL.03 Perform grade-appropriate operations using technology to accomplish a goal..

Student Learning Targets:

Skills (Performance) Targets

  • *I can use the features of an application to accomplish a task.

 

Proficiency Scale

 

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Student appropriately used none of the targeted features of an application to complete a task.

Student appropriately used a few of the targeted features of an application to complete a task.

Student appropriately used some of the targeted features of an application to complete a task.

Student appropriately used targeted features of an application to complete a task.

Student appropriately used targeted and additional features of an application to complete a task.

 

Resources

Websites

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Vocabulary

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LTS-MS.MTL.07

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 02: Media and Technology Literacy (Cluster: Creative and Innovative Processes and Products)

LTS-MS.MTL.07 Create unique products and processes by selecting digital resources, tools, and formats for a real-world task.

Student Learning Targets:

Products Targets

  • I can create an original work.

Proficiency Scale

 

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Student did not create a product and/or process.

Product and/or process is not considered unique.

Student created a somewhat unique product and/or process by meeting teacher and/or student criteria.

Student created a unique product and/or process by meeting teacher and/or student criteria.

Student created a unique product and/or process by exceeding teacher and/or student criteria.

 

Resources

Websites

  • Add resources with links, youtube or PDF

Vocabulary

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LTS-MS.MTL.10

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 02: Media and Technology Literacy (Cluster: Communication and Collaboration)

LTS-MS.MTL.10 Use technology to participate and collaborate as a member of a social and intellectual network of learners.

Student Learning Targets:

Knowledge Targets

  • I can interact, collaborate, and publish with peers using a variety of technologies.

Rubric - Resources

 

Proficiency Scale

 

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Student did not use technology to collaborate or share information.

 

 

Student used technology to collaborate and share information, not all communication was specific to the project. When necessary, student did not formally word electronic communication.

Student used technology to collaborate and share information, not all communication was specific to the project. When necessary, student formally worded electronic communication.

Student used technology to collaborate and share information specific to the project. When necessary, student formally worded electronic communication.

Student initiated collaboration with peers and/or experts in addition to assigned projects.

 


LTS-MS.MTL.11

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 02: Media and Technology Literacy (Cluster: Communication and Collaboration)

LTS-MS.MTL.11 Use technology to gather and share information with a variety of audiences in ways that others can view, use, and assess.

Student Learning Targets:

Product Targets

  • I can communicate information and ideas effectively using a variety of technologies.
  • I can communicate ideas through kind, specific, and helpful feedback

Proficiency Scale

 I can communicate information and ideas effectively using a variety of technologies.

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Student failed to communicate information and ideas related to the topic.

Student communicated information and ideas related to the topic, but not in a clear and focused manner.

Student communicated information and ideas related to the topic, but in a somewhat clear and focused manner.

Student communicated information and ideas in a clear and focused manner.

Student took the initiative to communicate information and ideas in a new manner outside of the classroom.

 

 

I can communicate ideas through kind, specific, and helpful feedback

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No attempt was made to give feedback.

Student gave kind, helpful, and specific feedback, but it did not help his/her peer add to the improvement of the work.

Student gave kind and helpful feedback, but it was not specific.

Student gave kind, helpful, and specific feedback.

Student gave kind, helpful, and specific feedback. Student justified feedback through descriptive explanations.


LTS-MS.PLG.02

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 03: Personal Learning and Growth (Cluster: Learning Communities)

LTS-MS.PLG.02 Use tools to seek out different perspectives to inform thinking and decision-making.

Student Learning Targets:

Knowledge Targets

  • I can collect feedback using technology or other appropriate methods.
  • I can

Reasoning Targets

  • I can
  • I can

Skills (Performance) Targets

  • I can
  • I can

Product Targets

  • I can
  • I can

Rubric - Resources


LTS-MS.RU.01

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 04: Responsible Use of Information and Technology (Cluster: Intellectual Property)

LTS-MS.RU.01 Explain and follow copyright* guidelines.

Student Learning Targets:

 I can explain how and when I can use creative works that are protected by copyright, creative works that are in the creative commons, and creative works that are in the public domain.

 

Rubric - Resources

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Student could not identify how and when they can use creative works.

Student identified how and when they can use creative works in 1 out of 3 situations: copyright, creative commons, and public domain.

Student identified how and when they can use creative works in 2 out of 3 situations: copyright, creative commons, and public domain.

Student identified how and when they can use creative works that are protected by copyright, creative works in the creative commons, and creative works in the public domain.

Prior to instruction, student identified how and when they can use creative works that are protected by copyright, creative works in the creative commons, and creative works in the public domain.


LTS-MS.RU.02

Middle School Computer Literacy Targeted Standards
Strand 04: Responsible Use of Information and Technology (Cluster: Intellectual Property)

LTS-MS.RU.02 Identify when citation or permission is needed to use the intellectual property of others.

Student Learning Targets:

Knowledge Targets

  • I can locate creative works online (images, videos, music, etc.) that I have permission to use.
  • I can cite sources.

Rubric - Resources

 

Proficiency Scale

  • I can locate creative works online (images, videos, music, etc.) that I have permission to use.

 

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Student only used the search engine results to locate a creative work.

Student could not locate a creative work online that he/she has permission to use.

Student located a creative work online that he/she has permission to use, but could not explain why he/she has permission to use it.

Student located a creative work online that he/she has permission to use and could explain why he/she has permission to use it.

Prior to instruction, Student located a creative work online that he/she has permission to use and could explain why he/she has permission to use it.

 

  • I can cite sources.

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1 or more citations were missing or student cited each source with an average of 4 or more errors per citation.

Student cited each source with no more than an average of 3 errors per citation.

Student properly cited each source with no more than an average of 2 errors per citation.

Student properly cited each source with no more than 1 error per citation.

Student properly cited each source with no errors.



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