“I Can” Posters & Student Checklists 6th Grade LAFS Florida Standards Bundle”
*Please note that these posters and student checklists are the same as the ones sold separately in the individual sets. If you purchased the individual sets, please do not purchase this combo pack.
This is a complete set of 6th grade “I Can” posters and student checklists for language arts. The posters match the Florida LAFS standards. The standards are rewritten in student-friendly “I Can” statements. Use these in your classroom to “frame” the lesson. Show the student what they will be learning during the lesson.
The posters are designed simply in order to appeal to older students. The statement is the focal point of each poster.
I recommend printing these on cardstock and laminating them in order to extend lifespan:D
The student checklists cover the new Florida standards for language arts.
These files were created so that students could take ownership of their own learning and track their progress. These checklists summarize the new Florida LAFS students in kid-friendly “I can” statements. *Please note that this file only includes language arts. It does not include math, science and social studies.*
In our school, we are using student data folders. If you have these folders, you could add these pages for each student. If you do not, you could either staple these pages together to make a booklet – a cover page is included – or place them inside a pronged folder.
Many of the standards are repeated for reading. When possible, I made the “I can” statement general enough to cover the different versions of the standard.
I have four columns for each standard. In these columns students put the date and their assessment of where they are for each standard. (B for beginner, I for intermediate, and M for master.) You can have students revisit the standards so they can reassess themselves. I do goal setting at the beginning of every quarter, so I am going to have students look at these standards when we do that.
My teammate has students mark off each standard as it is taught, so that is another way to have students assess their progress.