Michele On The DPS Rubrics

I goofed. You have to go to the part of the site for students and parents. Here:
And if you go to this page, just a couple of the links under “Rubrics” for writing are active. http://curriculum.dpsk12.org/lang_literacy_cultural/world_lang/assessment/teachers.html
There are other interesting links that you can get through on this site, including, under “standards,” a 73-page description of the new Colorado content standards for languages. It is very complete, but it’s helpful to have at least those first levels of rubrics to see how the assessment will play out.
I’m not a Denver teacher, so I couldn’t log in either.



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