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Elizabeth Curtin

SPED 441

Summative Assessment 2

Grade Level: First Grade Unit: Community, Neighborhood, and Neighborhood Helpers 1. Know, Understand, and Be Able to Do a. Students must Know: i. Communities are made up of individual people, families, children, and workers ii. Good citizens are people who are involved and participate in the community, are respectful of community and individuals property, follow laws, and help other citizens when they are in need iii. Community helpers are doctors, nurses, firefighters, police men, mail carriers, and teachers iv. Communities face struggles and hardships. These hardships can be natural disasters, fires, death of a community member, legal battles, economic problems v. Know the meaning of: Neighborhood, Neighbor, City, Rural, Law, Respectful, Safe, Service Project b. Students will Understand i. Communities are places where we live, work, and play ii. People who live, work, and play in the community are members of the community iii. Each community has similarities and differences. Different communities are made up of different people, different jobs, different places, and do different things. Communities also have similarities that can include how many/types of people, community helpers, laws, and jobs. iv. Each member of the community has unique characteristics. These can include family, job, interests, opinions, and community involvement v. Members of a community follow rules. There are laws that community members must follow. vi. There are community helpers whose job it is to help everyone in the community. vii. Community members participate in community service in an effort to benefit the community as a whole. c. Students will Be Able to Do i. Identify pictures of firefighters, police officers, doctors, nurses, dentists, mail carriers, and teachers and provide a short job description for each ii. Draw a general map of their community. The map should include their school, their home, frequently visited locations, and any big community landmarks/places iii. Recognize examples of good citizens when presented with citizen descriptions. Good citizens are citizens who participate in the community, follow the laws, are respectful of property and others, and help others in the community.

Elizabeth Curtin

SPED 441

Summative Assessment 2

iv. Recognize examples of bad citizens when presented with citizen descriptions. Bad citizens are people who are uninvolved, unhelpful, disrespectful, rule-breakers, etc. v. Explain the different jobs of community helpers. vi. Analyze the different members that make up a community and how these members work together to supply one another with the goods and services needed for the community to survive. Students will be able to state the various members that can potentially make up a community including community workers, children, parents, other family members, individuals, and law makers. Students will then be able to list one reason each member that makes up the community can help another member. 2. Target behaviors for Rico, Shari, and Steve a. Steves Target Behaviors i. Know 1. Steve will be able to list the different people that make up a community. Mastery will be stating that the people who live, work, and play in the community are community members. 2. Steve will be able to list three characteristics of a good citizen. Mastery will be listing 3 or more of the following characteristics: people who are involved and participate in the community, are respectful of community and individuals property, follow laws, and help other citizens when they are in need. 3. Steve will be able to list different community helpers. Mastery will be listing at least 4 of the following community helpers and their jobs: doctors, teachers, nurses, police men, firefighters, mail carriers 4. Steve will give two examples of struggles that communities can face. Mastery will be listing two examples. Some examples may include natural disasters, economic problems, death, fires, legal battles, etc. 5. Steve will be able to define the words neighborhood, neighbor, city, rural, law, respectful, safe, service project. ii. Understand 1. Steve will name two similarities and two differences that communities might have. Mastery will be stating two of each. 2. Steve will be able to give examples of laws. Mastery will be stating examples of two laws a community might have. 3. Steve will participate in a community service project with a local agency. Mastery will be completing 5 hours of community service with a local agency. iii. Be Able to Do 1. Steve will be able to label a general map of his community with stars representing his home and school. Mastery will be correctly identifying the location of his home and school on a pre-made map.

Elizabeth Curtin

SPED 441

Summative Assessment 2

2. Identify pictures of firefighters, police officers, doctors, nurses, dentists, mail carriers, and teachers. Steve will be able to provide a general job description for police officers, fire fighters, doctors, and mail carriers. Mastery will be correctly identifying a picture of each of the above and providing a general job description of the 4 helpers listed. 3. Steve will be able to recognize examples of good citizens (compared to examples of bad citizens) when presented with good/bad citizen descriptions. Good citizens are citizens who participate in the community, follow the laws, are respectful of property and others, and help others in the community. When presented with 5 examples, Steve will correctly determine if they show good citizen characteristics. b. Sharis Target Behaviors i. Know 1. Shari will be able to list the different people that make up a community. Mastery will be stating that the people who live, work, and play in the community are community members. 2. Shari will list two characteristics of a good citizen. Mastery will be stating two characteristics. One must be a characteristic discussed in class (people who are involved and participate in the community, are respectful of community and individuals property, follow laws, and help other citizens when they are in need) and another can be something Shari believes makes someone a good citizen. 3. Shari will be able to provide examples and short job descriptions of three community helpers. Mastery will be giving three examples from the following: doctors, teachers, nurses, police men, firefighters, mail carriers. 4. Shari will give two examples of struggles that communities can face. Mastery will be listing two examples. Some examples may include natural disasters, economic problems, death, fires, legal battles, etc. One example must be listed above and another example can be something Shari believes can be a community struggle. 5. Shari will be able to define the words neighborhood, law, neighbor, city. Mastery will be correctly defining each word. ii. Understand 1. Shari will be able to give examples of laws. Mastery will be stating examples of two laws that her community has. 2. Shari will participate in a community service project. Mastery will be completing 5 hours of community service with a local agency.

Elizabeth Curtin

SPED 441

Summative Assessment 2

iii. Be Able to Do 1. Shari will be able to identify pictures of community helpers on a worksheet. Mastery will be correctly identifying a police officer, firefighter, and doctor. 2. Shari will be able to identify her home on a map. Her home will be starred on the map and Shari will point to her home on the premade map. c. Ricos Target Behaviors i. Know 1. Rico will know that community members are the people who live in the community. When asked if a familiar person who lives in the community is a community member, Rico will state yes. When asked if a familiar person who does not live in the community is a community member, Rico will state no. Mastery will be correctly choosing if a member is a community member 5 times. 2. Rico will state that there are good and bad citizens in the community. Rico will exhibit this by pointing to pictures of citizens doing good deeds such as working at the store, cleaning the street, or helping one another. He will identify three of these pictures in a group of pictures of citizens doing both good and bad things. 3. Rico will be able to name two of the following community helpers: doctors, nurses, firefighters, police men, mail carriers, and teachers. Mastery will be naming two of the above community workers when asked by a teacher or aide. ii. Understand 1. Rico will work with a peer tutor in the community 3 days a week. He will perform community service at a local agency with the help of his peer tutor. Mastery will be completing 3 hours of community service each week. iii. Be Able to Do 1. Rico will correctly identify a police officer and fire fighter. When presented with a picture, Rico will state what community helper is shown on the picture. 3. Assessment Procedures a. Baseline assessment for students will be a written worksheet or teacher-student conversation for students to complete in relation to community and community helpers. This will give me a general idea of my students currently knowledge level in this area. Students can choose whether they want to take a written assessment or have a conversation with the teacher. The test/conversation will include the following questions/activities: i. Who are the people in a community? ii. Who are good community members? iii. What do people do in a community?

Elizabeth Curtin

SPED 441

Summative Assessment 2

iv. How is your community like another community in another state? How is it different? v. What problems happen in your own community? vi. Circle which of the following are community helpers. For the ones you circle, write one of their jobs that they do underneath the picture. (Show pictures of firefighters, police officer,