Literacy Curriculum/Program Selection Form (Shaelynn Farnsworth)
This survey will be used to identify focus areas for curriculum evaluation. This survey will be taken by all staff members and offer insight into what staff members feel are the important components new literacy curriculum should contain.
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Please Identify the Concern Level for Each Question Listed
Alignment to the Common Core Standards is not listed below - it is a requirement for any curriculum chosen.
When evaluating curriculum, mark each component as it relates to you and your priorities. If it is a high priority to you please mark "Top Concern", if it is an area that you are concerned about but not a high priority choose "Concern", and finally, if the area would have no impact on your decision while evaluating curriculum mark "Not a Concern".
1. Text Range: 50% of reading selections in the are high quality non-fiction/informational texts and instructional time is divided equally between literary and NF/informational text. *
2. Tasks: The questions and tasks that accompany the reading selections are scaffolded, text-dependent, and at high-levels of DOK. You could see yourself using the material with little alterations to fit your kids. *
3. Writing: Writing tasks are designed to support instruction and the teaching of writing. Writing tasks span over the 3 types (Argumentative, Informative, Narrative). *
4. Reading Foundations: Materials provide explicit and systematic instruction and diagnostic support in concepts of print, phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, development, syntax, and fluency. *
5. Equity and Accessibility: Content represents a wide array of cultures and experiences, allowing students to learn about situations similar to and different from their own personal experiences. *
6. Equity and Accessibility Materials: Materials are adaptable and flexible meeting the needs of all students while encouraging all students to work at rigorous grade-level standards (struggling readers, enrichment and extensions, English Language Learners, Universal Design, etc.) *
7. Teacher Use: Materials are organized, easy to use, and logical for teachers and students. Support and professional learning is available when adopting curriculum. *
8. Assessment: Assessment materials are included. There are formative and summative assessments, rubrics, and scoring guidelines. *
9. Technology: Technology is user-friendly, interactive, student and teacher digital material. Technology integration is intentional and enhances instruction and learning support. All included technology resources are part of the purchase, work well, and accessible under our current infrastructure and devices. *
10. Research Base: There is a clear and documented research base, with evidence of usability and efficacy with a wide range of students. *
Please use the space below to include any other "Top Concern" that was not included on this survey.
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