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Louisiana Educational Assessment Program. Department of Accountability and Assessment East Baton Rouge Parish School System. Teaching to Standards. Standards Assessment Instruction. L ouisiana E ducational A ssessment P rogram.

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Louisiana Educational Assessment Program

Department of Accountability and Assessment

East Baton Rouge Parish School System


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Teaching to Standards

Standards

Assessment Instruction


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Louisiana Educational Assessment Program

  • Kindergarten Screening

  • Dynamic Indicators of Basic Literacy Skills

  • LEAP and GEE

  • iLEAP

  • Alternate Assessment


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Achievement Levels

Advanced: Student has demonstrated superior performance.

Mastery: Student has demonstrated competency over challenging subject matter and is well prepared for the next level of schooling.

Basic: Student has demonstrated only the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling.

Approaching Basic: Student only partially demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level for schooling.

Unsatisfactory: Student has not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling.


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LEAP Spring Test

Phase 1: March 23, 2010

Phase 2: April 12-16, 2010

  • Grade 4 & 8

  • Promotion Standards

  • Pass academically

  • Attendance

  • Basic/Approaching Basic combination in LEAP English Language Arts & Mathematics tests

Did Not Meet Promotion Standards

Summer School and Retest

Mandatory for waivers or appeals

Meets Promotion Standards

Did Not Meet Promotion Standards

Student Promoted to next Grade

Student Repeats Grade


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GEE Spring Test

Phase 1: March 23, 2010

Phase 2: April 12-16, 2010

  • Graduation Exit Exam

    • Grade 10

      • English Language Arts AND

      • Mathematics

    • Grade 11

      • Science OR

      • Social Studies

  • Summer/Fall/Winter retest


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iLEAP April 12 – 16, 2010

  • Grades 3, 5, 6, 7, & 9

  • Not tied to promotion

  • Integrated LEAP

    • IOWA Tests of Basic Skills + LEAP

    • Multiple choice

    • Short answer items based on Grade Level Expectations


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English Language Arts

Reading and Responding

Fiction, nonfiction, and poetry

Multiple Choice Items

Short Answer Items

Writing

Composition

Proofreading

Information Resources

Multiple Choice Items

Short Answer Items


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Mathematics

  • Multiple Choice Items

    Word Problems (Non-calculator)

    Word Problems(Calculator)

  • Constructed Response Items(Calculator)


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Choosing a Petby Janice Kuharski

Last Thursday, Mother told me

That I could get a pet.

I must’ve named a million;

She hasn’t liked one yet!

Mom says a baby elephant

Will take up too much space.

She insists a mountain lion

Is much too hard to chase.

Pandas are too picky

Since they only eat bamboo.

She says that bears and tigers

Should stay inside a zoo.

She can’t abide a lizard

Or a python or a goat,

And to keep an alligator,

We’d need to build a moat

When I told her that an octopus

Would make a striking pet,

She said I can’t have anything

That makes the floor too wet.

Mom said a giant tortoise

Is awkward and too slow.

And when I said a porcupine,

The answer still was no.

At last I said an emu,

She had never heard of that.

Imagine my amazement when

She said yes to a cat!

Can’t abide: can’t stand

Moat: a dug-out place filled with water, usually around a castle

Striking: unusual looking


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English Language Arts

Reading and Responding - Short Answer Items

After reading the poem “Choosing a Pet,” respond to these questions:

  • Suppose you were the person in the poem. Write two things that you would tell your mother to convince her to let you get a pet. (2 points)

  • What would be another good title for this poem? Write your title and tell why you chose that title.( 2 points)


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Write two things that you would tell your mother to convince her to let you get a pet.

Score these responses. Give each response 0, 1, or 2 points.

A.

B.

C.


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Write your title and tell why you chose that title. her to let you get a pet.

Score these responses. Give each response 0, 1, or 2 points.

A.

B.

C.


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Mathematics her to let you get a pet.

Constructed Response Item (4 points)

The shaded area of the picture shows how much floor Mr. Randall can scrub in 30 minutes.

  • He wonders about how long it will take him to scrub the whole floor.

  • About how long will it take him to scrub the whole floor?

  • Explain how you found your answer. Be sure to include a drawing of the floor in your explanation.


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Constructed Response Item her to let you get a pet.Score Point 4


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Constructed Response Item her to let you get a pet.Score Point 1


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Parents’ Role in Test Preparation her to let you get a pet.

  • ENCOURAGE your child.

  • Provide a study spot with a dictionary, thesaurus, ruler, and calculator.

  • Read silently and orally with your child.

  • Check written responses in all subjects.

  • Emphasize importance of listening, participating, and cooperating with the teacher.


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Parents’ Role in Test Preparation her to let you get a pet.

  • www.ebrschools.org

  • accountability.ebrschools.org

  • www.louisianaschools.net

  • www.louisianapass.org

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    password tiger


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