LDC ELEMENTARY WRITING TASKS
What Task? | Literacy Design Collaborative
LDC "teaching tasks" are the meaningful reading and writing assignments that teachers “teach” and students “do” to demonstrate they have learned college and career skills. LDC teaching tasks define what students will be asked to do and know: the challenging content and CCRS-aligned literacy skills that become the heart of the LDC module.[PDF]
Literacy Design Collaborative LDC Template Task Collection 2
must reach significantly higher levels of reading, writing, and thinking, and we embrace the challenging expectations set by the Common Core State Standards. Since its original collection of template tasks, LDC has produced other collections, including the original collection, ones for elementary[PDF]
Literacy Design Collaborative Template Task Collection 1
LDC teaching tasks are student assignments that teachers create by using LDC template tasks and filling in their choices of texts to be read, writing to be produced, and content to be addressed. A typical LDC teaching task is designed for students to develop their responses over two to [PDF]
LDC Elementary Template Tasks - mpsaz
LDC Elementary Template Tasks – Grades K-1 (INFORMATIONAL OR EXPLANATORY) “After Researching” / Shared Research ”After Reading” K-1 Informational or Explanatory Template Tasks[PDF]
Assessing What Matters: Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC
1 See www.ldc for more information on writing task tools and templates provided by LDC. An entire LDC “module” is composed of both a writing task (“teaching task”) and an “instructional ladder,” a sequence of formative assessments (“mini-tasks”) and instructional strategies designed to scaffold students’ ability to access the
Task Design Templates - Developing a Rigorous Writing Process
The LDC approach involves writing in response to reading, so templates are constructed to ensure teaching tasks engage students in instruction for both reading and writing. All LDC template task collections are organized around the three modes of writing identified in the CCSS anchor standards: argumentation, informational or explanatory, and narrative.[PDF]
Sample LDC Argumentation Rubric
Develops a satisfactory argument or proposal using reasoning with adequate detail to support claim or proposal; provides evidence from text(s) in the form of examples or explanations relevant to the argument or proposal. (L3) Makes a relevant connection that helps to clarify argument or proposal.
academic writing | Literacy Design Collaborative - LDC
The school has partnered with NLP since 2012 in developing and implementing LDC modules. For this Research in Action event, teachers showcased approaches to academic writing instruction that could be included as an LDC mini-task or a series of mini-tasks.
mini-tasks | Literacy Design Collaborative
The LDC Elementary Task Templates and Rubrics are all beta collections, meaning we are expecting the LDC Community of Practice to field-test them and provide us with feedback. With your help and best thinking, we can develop tools that will truly support teachers and students.[DOC]
Web viewThe Literacy Design Collaborative follows its first template task collection for secondary grades (6-12) with one designed for elementary coursework in ELA, social studies, and science for grades 4 and 5. LDC is committed to equipping elementary school students with the literacy skills they will need to succeed in middle and high school.