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USA Test Prep for English 1

Presentation on theme: "USA Test Prep for English 1"— Presentation transcript:

1 USA Test Prep for English 1
Accessing Data and Utilizing tools for Student GrowthAshley BowmanCCSD Professional DevelopmentAugust 18,

2 Instructional Resources
Video Vault: standard-specific videos that include brief comprehension questions.Games: a variety of standard-aligned gamesVocabulary Worksheets: select your terms and instantly create vocab worksheets around a domain or standard for student practice.Projector QuestionsInteractive Puzzles: printable, standards-aligned puzzles with clues and answer keys.Vocabulary FlashcardsWorksheet Vault: hundreds of printable classroom resources for each test review.Item of the Day: practice standards with randomly selected test question, vocab term, or instructional video each day.Bell-Ringer Questions: display a single question– multiple choice, short answer, vocabulary, and free responseClass Scoreboard

3 Example ResourcesPDF Review Worksheets Standards-Based Modules Videos

4 Login Basics Account ID = gaffney21
Both you and your students will need this to access USA Test PrepTeacher creates classes and adds students manuallyStudent login = student addressTeachers may view and print student password cardsRecommended for students logging in for the first time

5 Setting up Your USA TP Classes
Select “Create New Class” from homepage.Name your class (you can separate by class periods, class levels, etc.)Add studentsYou can go back and do this once rosters have been finalized.

6 Accessing Benchmark Data
When testing, students MUST log in with the account linked to your class.If not, you will not be able to see scores.You will see data for individual students, entire classes, and school/district.The data you get from benchmarks should be used to reteach skills not mastered and help prepare for the next benchmark.

7 English 1 Benchmark Review Revisions
USA Test Prep Resources have been added to each of the Benchmark Review Guides created last year.1st Quarter ExampleThese are loaded in the Canvas course for this session and will also be shared by English department heads.


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Test Tips

An actual ACT English Test contains 75 questions to be answered in 45 minutes.

  • Be aware of the writing style used in each passage.
  • Consider the elements of writing that are included in each underlined portion of the passage. Some questions will ask you to base your decision on some specific element of writing, such as the tone or emphasis the text should convey.
  • Be aware of questions with no underlined portions—that means you will be asked about a section of the passage or about the passage as a whole.
  • Examine each answer choice and determine how it differs from the others. Many of the questions in the test will involve more than one aspect of writing.
  • Determine the best answer. Read and consider all of the answer choices before you choose the one that best responds to the question.
  • Reread the sentence, using your selected answer.

Click on letter choices below to view the correct answer and explanations.

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Test Tips

An actual ACT Reading Test contains 40 questions to be answered in 35 minutes.

  • Read the passage(s) carefully.
  • Read and consider all of the answer choices before you choose the one that best responds to the question.
  • Refer to the passage(s) when answering the questions.

Click on letter choices below to view the correct answer and explanations.

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USA Test Prep for English 1

Presentation on theme: "USA Test Prep for English 1"— Presentation transcript:

1 USA Test Prep for English 1
Accessing Data and Utilizing tools for Student GrowthAshley BowmanCCSD Professional DevelopmentAugust 18, 2017

2 Instructional Resources
Video Vault: standard-specific videos that include brief comprehension questions.Games: a variety of standard-aligned gamesVocabulary Worksheets: select your terms and instantly create vocab worksheets around a domain or standard for student practice.Projector QuestionsInteractive Puzzles: printable, standards-aligned puzzles with clues and answer keys.Vocabulary FlashcardsWorksheet Vault: hundreds of printable classroom resources for each test review.Item of the Day: practice standards with randomly selected test question, vocab term, or instructional video each day.Bell-Ringer Questions: display a single question– multiple choice, short answer, vocabulary, and free responseClass Scoreboard

3 Example ResourcesPDF Review Worksheets Standards-Based Modules Videos

4 Login Basics Account ID = gaffney21
Both you and your students will need this to access USA Test PrepTeacher creates classes and adds students manuallyStudent login = student addressTeachers may view and print student password cardsRecommended for students logging in for the first time

5 Setting up Your USA TP Classes
Select “Create New Class” from homepage.Name your class (you can separate by class periods, class levels, etc.)Add studentsYou can go back and do this once rosters have been finalized.

6 Accessing Benchmark Data
When testing, students MUST log in with the account linked to your class.If not, you will not be able to see scores.You will see data for individual students, entire classes, and school/district.The data you get from benchmarks should be used to reteach skills not mastered and help prepare for the next benchmark.

7 English 1 Benchmark Review Revisions
USA Test Prep Resources have been added to each of the Benchmark Review Guides created last year.1st Quarter ExampleThese are loaded in the Canvas course for this session and will also be shared by English department heads.


Sours: https://slideplayer.com/slide/13669950/

Answers english usatestprep

English

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act.org,actprofile.org,act.org,actstudent.org,act.alertline.com,services.actstudent.org,career4.successfactors.com,engage.act.org,discoveractaspire.org,qc.vantage.com,myworkkeys.act.org,twitter.com,facebook.com,youtube.com,plus.google.com,linkedin.com,preview.act.org,workreadycommunities.org,pearson.com,instagram.com,actaspire.org,run2.careerreadycom,run2.keytrain.com,leadershipblog.act.org

Test Tips

An actual ACT English Test contains 75 questions to be answered in 45 minutes.

  • Be aware of the writing style used in each passage.
  • Consider the elements of writing that are included in each underlined portion of the passage. Some questions will ask you to base your decision on some specific element of writing, such as the tone or emphasis the text should convey.
  • Be aware of questions with no underlined portions—that means you will be asked about a section of the passage or about the passage as a whole.
  • Examine each answer choice and determine how it differs from the others. Many of the questions in the test will involve more than one aspect of writing.
  • Determine the best answer. Read and consider all of the answer choices before you choose the one that best responds to the question.
  • Reread the sentence, using your selected answer.

Click on letter choices below to view the correct answer and explanations.

This action will open a new window. Do you want to proceed?

If you are accessing this site from outside the United States, Puerto Rico, or U.S. Territories, please proceed to the non-U.S. version of our website.

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Sours: https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/test-preparation/english-practice-test-questions.html
HOW TO COMPLETELY CHEESE USATESTPREP

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