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COE Biology. Mrs. Smith Room 401. Why Are We Here?. Students in the Class of 2015and beyond must either pass the Biology EOC or complete a Biology Collection of Evidence. If you are here – you need to complete a Biology COE. How Will We Do This?. Identify Goals Identify Class Norms.

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coe biology

COE Biology

Mrs. Smith

Room 401

why are we here
Why Are We Here?

Students in the Class of 2015and beyond must either pass the Biology EOC or complete a Biology Collection of Evidence.

If you are here – you need to complete a Biology COE

how will we do this
How Will We Do This?

Identify Goals

Identify Class Norms

structure of a coe
Structure of a COE

A Collection of Evidence is built from tasks.

Tasks are a scenario-based set of questions.

The scenario provides a context for 3 - 4 constructed response questions.

The questions are aligned to the same content standards as those assessed on the Biology EOC exam.

what is in a collection
What is in a Collection?

A collection is a set of six to eight student work samples.

Work samples are the tasks that have been completed by the student.

2-3 “On Demand” tasks where none of the individual questions on a task may be opened for review or revision.

4-6 “Extended Time” tasks that students may complete individual questions in a task over more than one class period or session.

when is the collection due
When is the Collection DUE?

Student submission to Mrs. Smith

Jan 20, 2015

Mrs. Smith submits to OSPI

Jan 23, 2015

class resources
Class Resources

OHS Webpage

materials for tomorrow
Materials for tomorrow

Folder

for storing Daily Activities - will be kept in classroom

Paper

Pens and Pencils