Thursday March 31st Please check the lists in the main office ...

LITERACY TEST Thursday March 30th Please check the lists in the main office to find out where you will write the test. TAKING UP THE PRACTICE TEST!

Were going to spend todays class looking at the exemplars and scoring guides that EQAO uses to mark the OSSLT. STUDENTS NEED THEIR COMPLETED PRACTICE BOOKLETS FROM WEDNESDAY.

Flip through the Answer Booklet and mark the Multiple Choice! Read through the Series of Paragraphs Scoring Guide SOP Exemplars! 1. On the handout, look at the exemplars for Level 30, 40 and 50. 2. Read the annotation for each

exemplar. 3. What do you notice: about the structure of the 50 vs. the 30? Hint: # of paragraphs the transition words(hint: look at the beginning of paragraphs) use of examples(hint: look in body paragraphs to see how the reasons & examples are connected)

4. Go to your SOP. Read it over. 5. Use the scoring guide to give yourself a score. 6. List what you can improve. Read through the Short Answer Scoring Guide for Q6 Short Answer Exemplars for

Q6 1. On the handout, look at the exemplars for Level 10, 20 and 30. 2. Read the annotation for each exemplar. 3. What do you notice: the opening sentence indicates an understanding of the text the use of details/information from the text

4. Go to your short answer for Q6. Read it over. 5. Use the scoring guide to give yourself a score. 6. List what you can improve. Heres the Short Answer Scoring Guide for Q7

Here is an exemplar. Match it with the best/appropriate annotation. A. The response uses specific and relevant support from the reading selection to show how Hong is a role model. B. The response explains how Hong is a role model. There is vague support from the reading selection. C. The response provides minimal support from the

selection to explain how Hong is a role model The second sentence is an extension of, rather than a support for, the first statement. Here is another exemplar. Match it with the best/ appropriate annotation. A. The response uses specific and relevant support from the reading selection to show how Hong is a role model.

B. The response explains how Hong is a role model. There is vague support from the reading selection. C. The response provides minimal support from the selection to explain how Hong is a role model The second sentence is an extension of, rather than a support for, the first statement. Here is another exemplar. Match it with the best/ appropriate annotation.

A. The response uses specific and relevant support from the reading selection to show how Hong is a role model. B. The response explains how Hong is a role model. There is vague support from the reading selection. C. The response provides minimal support from the selection to explain how Hong is a role model The second sentence is an extension of, rather than a

support for, the first statement. Looking at your own work 1. Go to your short answer for Q7. Read it over. 2. Use the scoring guide to give yourself a score. 3. List what you can improve.

Read through the scoring guide for Section V: Q.1 Short Answer Exemplars for Q1 1. On the handout, look at the exemplars for Level 10, 20 and 30. 2. Read the annotation for each exemplar. 3. What do you notice: the opening sentence refers to an item of clothing

the use of details/information in the answer 4. Go to your short answer for Q6. Read it over. 5. Use the scoring guide to give yourself a score. 6. List what you can improve. Any Questions/concerns? 1. See Mrs. Johnston before

school, at lunch, or afterschool in Room 310. 2. Look over the Lit. Test resources on our school webpage and at EQAO.com.

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