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OERs (Open Ended Responses) on STAAR. Using the ABC Method. STAAR Reading Test. Story 1 Story 2. STAAR Reading Test. Story 1 Story 2 MC Questions MC Questions. STAAR Reading Test. Story 1 Story 2 MC Questions MC Questions OER OER. STAAR Reading Test. Story 1 Story 2

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STAAR Reading Test

Story 1Story 2


STAAR Reading Test

Story 1Story 2

MC Questions MC Questions


STAAR Reading Test

Story 1Story 2

MC Questions MC Questions

OER OER


STAAR Reading Test

Story 1Story 2

MC Questions MC Questions

OER OER


STAAR Reading Test

Story 1Story 2

MC Questions MC Questions

OER OER

MC Questions


STAAR Reading Test

Story 1Story 2

MC Questions MC Questions

OER OER

MC Questions

OER


STAAR Reading Test

Story 1Story 2

MC Questions MC Questions

OER OER

MC Questions

OER

MC = 68% of the test

OER = 32% of the test


OERs

Score Point 0—Insufficient Response

Score Point 1—Partially Sufficient Response

Score Point 2—Sufficient Response

Score Point 3—Exemplary Response

Perfect agreement is required between two readers.


Staar writing test
STAAR Writing Test

Spring 2012 Results (334,947 students)

Level I: 45%

Level II: 52%

Level III: 3%

Summer 2012 Results (79,002 students)

Level I: 76%

Level II: 24%

Level III: 0%


Staar reading test
STAAR Reading Test

Spring 2012 Results (334,825 students)

Level I: 32%

Level II: 60%

Level III: 8%

Summer 2012 Results (53,765 students)

Level I: 62%

Level II: 38%

Level III: 0%


The prompt
ThePrompt

Before writing anything, know your assignment— READ THE PROMPT! What are you being asked to do?


Step 1 answer the question
Step 1: Answer the question

A = first sentence of the paragraph. It should also contain the title of the story.

In other words:

A = Answer the question.


Sentence a
Sentence A

Prompt: Is the third little pig very wise in “The Three Little Pigs?”

A:

In the fairy tale “The Three Little Pigs,” the third pig is very wise.


Step 2 bring in a quote
Step 2: Bring in a quote

B = Support for your A. (facts, quotes, examples, etc. from text)

B sentences can’t be argued with— it is evidence that supports your point! This comes straight from the story.

In other words:

B = Bring in a quote. Start your sentence with…Forexample,


From the nursery rhyme
From the nursery rhyme…

The third little pig said "Nix on tricks,

I will build my house out of sturdy bricks."

He had no chance to sing and dance

'Cause work and play just don't mix.


From the nursery rhyme1
From the nursery rhyme…

The third little pig said "Nix on tricks,

I will build my house out of sturdy bricks."

He had no chance to sing and dance

'Cause work and play just don't mix.


Example b
Example B

For example, remembering his mother’s warning about a wolf, he “builds his house out of sturdy bricks” in order to withstand the wolf’s blow.

The sentence begins with For example, and there is a quote from the actual story.


Step 3 make a connection
Step 3: Make a CONNECTION

C = your analysis, interpretation, explanation, or insight into the text.

In other words:

C = make a Connection. Start your sentence with This shows that…


Example c
Example C

This shows that the third little pig is smarter than his brothers, because the wolf was unable to blow his house down.

The sentence begins with This shows that


Does it flow
Does It Flow?

Prompt: Is the third little pig very wise in “The Three Little Pigs?”

In the fairy tale “The Three Little Pigs,” the third pig is very wise. For example, remembering his mother’s warning about a wolf, he “builds his house out of sturdy bricks” in order to withstand the wolf’s blow. This shows that the third little pig is smarter than his brothers, because the wolf was unable to blow his house down.



Practice oer using abc
Practice OER using ABC

In Act I of “Romeo and Juliet,” explain how Lord Capulet felt about Paris’s proposal. Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.


Practice oer
Practice OER

In “Romeo and Juliet,” Lord Capulet felt that Juliet was too young for Paris’s proposal. For example, Lord Capulet explains to Paris to “let two more summers wither in their pride” and then Juliet will be mature enough to marry. This shows that Lord Capulet believes that Juliet is not ready for marriage.


Sentence i stole from the text
Sentence I stole from the text…

Let two more summers wither in their pride


Oer using abc for a grade
OER using ABC for a grade

In Act II of “Romeo and Juliet,” explain how William Shakespeare uses foreshadowing. Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.


Hayes huff oer
Hayes Huff OER

In “Romeo and Juliet,” William Shakespeare uses foreshadowing in order to provide hints as to what will happen throughout the play. For example, Friar Laurence says to Romeo that “the violent delights have violent ends,” to foreshadow Romeo and Juliet’s happiness ending in death. This shows that William Shakespeare uses foreshadowing in their conversation to foresee the death at the end of the play.


Oer using abc for a grade1
OER using ABC for a grade

In Act V of “Romeo and Juliet,” explain what finally happened between both families. Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.


Oer using ababc for a grade
OER using ABABC for a grade

In Acts IV and V of “Romeo and Juliet,” explain the difference in Juliet’s death. Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.


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