Informational Text, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language, as well as expectations in additional subject areas such as science and technology, history, and further writing areas.
Today we played several games to review for the unit test over The Crucible. Today, we learned some background information about the Revolutionary period and compared and contrasted Puritan and Rationalist beliefs. Labor Day no school Tuesday: Today we took the Course Common Assessment diagnostic test.
On these days, we will meet in the lab to complete the following: For homework, you will read and analyze the "deleted scene" from Act II. Today we took background notes over The Crucible, viewed several video clips about the Puritans and the Salem Witch Trials, and completed an Act I Vocabulary "bumper sticker.
Today we met the characters, assigned roles, and began reading Act I of The Crucible. Today we finished reading Act I, completed the discussion guide, and viewed clips from the film adaptation of The Crucible.
Today we played Kahoot! Today we completed the Origin Myth reading group project, and brainstormed ideas for our own origin myths. Today we will write the rough draft of our own origin myths.
Today we will complete a peer revision of our origin myths, and take notes over Puritanism. Today we will meet in the computer lab to setup or revise our online writing portfolios and post the final drafts of our origin myths.
Today we will meet in the lab to continue working on our blogs and to complete a WebQuest over the Salem Witch Trials.
Today we will view a "quick and dirty" overview of the American literary time periods, discuss your questions and concerns, play "Two Truths and a Lie," and take our writing pre-assessment. Today we will present our group mini-projects and play a game of Kahoot to review the course expectations.
Class materials needed by Monday, August 8th: Three-ring binder Pencils and pens with blue or black ink A flash drive Art supplies markers or colored pencils, scissors, glue stick, etc.
Today we will peer revise the essay and continue our party plans. Today we will meet in to type the final draft of the essay, post it to the blog, and conduct research for our "party" assessment.
Today we will use information from yesterday's research to craft "artifacts" for our Gatsby assessment. We also played a game of Kahoot! Today, we will present our Roaring Twenties presentations and take notes over F.
We will complete the Chapter 1 discussion guide and Chapter 2 vocabulary. Today we will take notes over themes and symbols in the novel, complete Chapter 3 vocabulary, and begin reading Chapter 3.
We will also read and annotate the texts for tomorrow's Socratic Seminar. Today we will have a Socratic Seminar on the topic of "Big Government. Today we will use the Netbook mobile lab to research the Roaring Twenties and create Prezis on topics related to the time period.STAAR L Online Testing Student Practice Sets-- Grade 3- EOC STAAR L student practice sets consist of 25 items for each STAAR L assessment and are available in the online format so that students may experience test items as they will be presented in the operational administration.
Third grade students must score at least a 2 on the ELA Reading assessment in order to be promoted to the fourth grade, and 10th grade students must pass the ELA exam to graduate from high school.
FSA ELA Writing. On the following pages are passages and multiple-choice questions for Grade 11 Reading Practice Test, a practice opportunity for the Nebraska State Accountability C.
Reading and writing about your problems will produce happiness. Grade 11 Practice Test Answers. ELA Assesslets are provided in grades and in the EOC courses of 9th and 11th grade language arts. The structure and rigor mirror that of the Georgia Milestones EOG and EOC assessments in English Language Arts.
Educators should expect to fill their toolboxes with improved assessment skills and practical item-writing knowledge that. Expository Essay Writing PowerPoint and Graphic Organizer. Guide students step by step through an expository writing prompt, using a four square graphic organizer.
Students will l. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS TESTING CALENDAR, GRADES PreK Alternative Assessment for Grade 3 Promotion (SAT) AAGTP. Grade 3, retained. Florida Standards Assessments English Language Arts Grade 10 Retake - Writing and Reading Components CBT* FSA ELA Retake.
Grades 10+, 11, 12, eligible.