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Outcome Correlation: Animals in Danger

Grade Three Science


ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF STUDENT LEARNING
This performance task is designed to gather assessment evidence for the following learner
expectations (shown in Times New Roman font) from the Alberta Science Program of Studies
(1996).
Note: Where text is grey, that portion of the outcome is not specifically addressed in this task.
Learner Expectations

Criteria for Evaluation *

General Learner Expectation 3-1


SKILLS Science Inquiry
Investigate the nature of things, demonstrating purposeful action that leads to observations
and inferences.

General Learner Expectation 3-11


UNDERS TANDINGS Topic E: Animal Life Cycles
Identify requirements for animal care.
Number
Specific Learner Expectations
S KILLS
Explore and Investigate
3-1.7

identify, with guidance, sources of information and ideas and, with


guidance, access information and ideas from those sources. Sources
may include library, classroom, community and computer-based
resources
UNDERS TANDINGS 6. Demonstrate awareness that animals require different habitats in
3-11.6
order to meet their basic needs of food, water, shelter and space.
3-11.10
S KILLS
3-1.7

UNDERS TANDINGS
3-11.8

UNDERS TANDINGS
3-11.9

10. Demonstrate knowledge of the needs of animals studied, and


demonstrate skills for their care.
Explore and Investigate

identify, with guidance, sources of information and ideas and, with


guidance, access information and ideas from those sources. Sources
may include library, classroom, community and computer-based
resources
8.

Identify examples of environmental conditions that may threaten


animal survival, and identify examples of extinct animals.

9.

Recognize that habitat preservation can help maintain animal


populations, and identify ways that student actions can assist habitat
preservation.

Students provide evidence of


their learning as they:

describe animal habitat

identify threatening
environmental conditions

communicate ways to
preserve habitats

assess and retrieve


information

Optional ICT Outcome


Number
C1-1.1

Specific Learner Outcomes


access and retrieve appropriate information from electronic sources for a
specific inquiry

* Criteria statements appear again in the first column of the evaluation tools (checklists, rating scales
and/or rubrics) and are the basis on which student evaluation is made relative to the learner expectations.

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Grade Three Science: Animals in Danger

November 2013
Outcome Correlation

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