Phonemic Awareness Phonics Reading for Meaning K 2 Focus: Help each child develop Basic
Reading Comprehension Grade 3 Focus: Help each child develop Reading Comprehension, then
move to Standards Test Features MCAS 2.0 Assesses Learning on 2011 Standards
Test Features MCAS 2.0 Test Features
Test Features MCAS 2.0 Is about EVIDENCE Test Features
Wheres the EVIDENCE Test Features MCAS 2.0
Is Part A, Part B:Evidence CLASSROOM PRACTICE Where is the EVIDENCE?
Test Features Test Strategy: Select best Example from Part B
Test Features MCAS 2.0 Finer Reading Ability
Test Features MCAS 2.0 More Complex Reading Passages Test Features
Test skills are: Close reading Central Idea Inference Varied Writing
Test Features MCAS 2.0 Varied Types of Writing Test Features
Write an Essay . . Means gr level Standard Facets Standards Features
Reading and Writing Standards are Connected: Folktales & Theme CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Read for Central Idea, Make a case for Central Idea & Supporting Details CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Build Reading and writing Classroom practice: Read, Discuss, then Write CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Know your grade level Standards Well In classroom practice Name
the Standard: Context Clues for Vocabulary CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Differentiate as Needed CLASSROOM PRACTICE SCAFFOLD AS NEEDED
CLASSROOM PRACTICE Name the Standard CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Use TERMS: Central Idea, Supporting Details, Inference,
Context Clues Sources CLASSROOM PRACTICE But . . . Its OK to use Hook, Bright
Beginnings Clincher Connecting Words But . . . Its OK to use Hook, Clincher
Connecting Words CLASSROOM PRACTICE Strategy: Use Mini-lessons,
Focus Lessons CLASSROOM PRACTICE Teach mini-lessons as needed: Supporting Details,
Paraphrasing for Research CLASSROOM PRACTICE Learning Development is:
Connect with childs life Details for Probably True Frequent Varied Writing CLASSROOM PRACTICE
MCAS 2.0 Prep is Learning Development CLASSROOM PRACTICE
MCAS 2.0 Prep is Teaching for Understanding, Skills CLASSROOM PRACTICE
MCAS 2.0 Prep is Practice Tests for Test Familiarity CLASSROOM PRACTICE
MCAS 2.0 Prep is Practice Tests, to Assess, Re-Teach in New Way CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Smother students with Reading Opportunities CLASSROOM PRACTICE
MORE READING VIA TECHNOLOGY CLASSROOM PRACTICE Reading Independently
Develops Comprehension, Vocabulary, Fluency CLASSROOM PRACTICE Independent Reading
Creates Strong Readers CLASSROOM PRACTICE CLASSROOM PRACTICE
CLASSROOM PRACTICE Writing: Use the Writing Process Drafting, Peer Edit,
Conferencing, Revision CLASSROOM PRACTICE CLASSROOM PRACTICE Peer Editing
Provides student Metacognition Learning about Learning CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Peer Editing: Structure Peer Editing Calculated Partners Baby Steps Practice CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Peer Editing: Scaffold: A Bank of Comments or Two Comments CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Peer Editing: Students Learn When they are Actively Engaged CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Peer Editing: Teacher Individual Conferencing helps, but also Students benefit as reviewers
NEW TEST QUESTION TYPE TEXT-BASED ESSAY
ALERT ! Big Change: Text-Based Essay Opinion, Essay, Narrative Use the Text for material for the writing Extend the Narrative using passage elements
This question is a text-based essay question. Write your essay in the space provided. Your essay should: Present and develop a narrative that uses details from the passage. Include correct grammar, spelling,
punctuation At the end of the passage, Howie tells Kevin that he is not making a good case. Write an original story that describes what Kevin does next to try to change This question is a text-based essay question. Write your essay in the space provided. Your essay should:
Present and develop a central idea. Provide evidence/details from the passage(s). Include correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Write an essay that explains how the article and the poem portray the blizzards of 1888. Be sure to use information from the article
and the poem to develop your essay. This question is a text-based essay question. Write your essay in the space provided. Your essay should: Present and develop a central idea. Provide evidence/details from the passage(s).
Include correct grammar, spelling, punctuation. Based on the passage, write an essay to explain how Alex changed as he spent more time with Irene. Be sure to use information from the passage to develop your essay.
CLASSROOM PRACTICE Big Questions: How to teach for challenging reading passages?
CLASSROOM PRACTICE Big Questions: How to adapt a Program for Standards Learning?
MCAS 2.0 Test is April Test designs and other resources posted at DESE in the next couple weeks January will post MCAS 2.0 test
Meanwhile, parcc.pearson.com Computer testing grades 4, 5, 7, 8 MUST Use the practice test
ELA MCAS Grade 10 March 26, 27 Gr 3 - 8 April 2 May 4 Great Standard Teaching Results in Great Learning
Concluding Remarks. An algorithm for testing the manifold hypothesis. Future directions: Make practical and test on real data. Improve precision in the reach - get rid of controlled constants depending on d.
Toxic PBT Corrosive Waste Brown-filled quadrant = the method is "less green" as defined by the selection criteria related to that quadrant. Toxic - A chemical is listed on the TRI or RCRA's D, F, P or U lists.
The Congress of Vienna Chapter 7 Section 5 Restoring Order & Peace Government leaders in Europe wanted to bring peace and stability back to the continent Congress of Vienna A series of meetings held in Vienna They were called to...
SS7H2c: Conflicts in the Middle East (A TICKING TIME BOMB) CONFLICT between different religious (Sunni vs. Shia, Jew vs. Muslim)and ethnic groups (Kurds, Arabs, Persians, Semites) forms the modern history of the Middle East
Decrease negative regulation of RNA II More RNA II available More plasmid replication Example pUC plasmids have a single mutation (G->A) one nucleotide upstream of the initiation of RNA I. pUC plasmids have 500-700 copies per cell Replicons Also Control...
The independent variable is the how much of the drug they give the patients. The dependent variable is the impact the drug has on cancer. A scientist studies the affect of not giving affection to rats. The independent variable is...
conditions: in a classroom environment, given a standard 1:50,000 scale military map of 'tenino', the location of two known points, a straight edge, coordinate scale and a protractor (gta 5-2-12), a pencil, and two terrain features visible from your location...
Ready to download the document? Go ahead and hit continue!