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HSPE Writing Tips. Path to success!. Two Types of HSPE Writing. Expository Persuasive. Expository Writing. Purpose – to inform or explain How well does it explain? Details!. Expository – Layered Elaboration. Key concept for this type of writing See example in sample essay packet.

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hspe writing tips

HSPE Writing Tips

Path to success!

two types of hspe writing
Two Types of HSPE Writing
  • Expository
  • Persuasive
expository writing
Expository Writing
  • Purpose – to inform or explain
  • How well does it explain?
  • Details!
expository layered elaboration
Expository – Layered Elaboration
  • Key concept for this type of writing
  • See example in sample essay packet
persuasive writing
Persuasive Writing
  • Purpose – to convince or persuade
  • Examples, scenarios, support
how is this graded
How is this graded?
  • Conventions (0, 1, 2)
  • C-O-S – Content, Organization, Style (4, 3, 2, 1)
conventions
Conventions
  • Spelling
  • Grammar & Capitalization
  • Mechanics (sentence fragments, run-on sentences, etc.)
conventions scoring
Conventions Scoring
  • Density
  • Severity
  • Variety
conventions scoring1
Conventions Scoring
  • 0 – mostly does not
  • 1 – does
  • 2 – mostly does
convention scoring
Convention Scoring
  • Review WASL Convention Rubric
  • Annotate key words & phrases as we review
  • Ask questions
c o s
C-O-S
  • Focus, organizational pattern, transitions, uses language effectively, varied sentence length, sense of person (or voice)
c o s scoring
C-O-S Scoring
  • 4 – consistent, effective
  • 3 – adequate
  • 2 – inconsistent, attempts
  • 1 – limited, little, no
c o s scoring1
C-O-S Scoring
  • Review HSPE C-O-S Rubric
  • Annotate key words & phrases as we review
  • Ask questions
is it possible to get no score
Is it possible to get no score?
  • Yes! 
  • “I don’t know”
  • Question mark (?)
  • Response is one word
is it possible to get no score1
Is it possible to get no score?
  • Response is only the title of the prompt
  • Prompt is simply recopied
  • Page is left blank
  • DON’T DO THIS!
tips for test day
Tips for Test Day
  • Arrive early – be calm
  • Review these notes before testing begins
  • Write only inside the lines – don’t go outside the lines!
tips for test day1
Tips for Test Day
  • Leave enough time to edit
  • Use some sort of pre-write
  • At the end, darken in your punctuation marks (periods, question marks, etc.)
tips for test day2
Tips for Test Day
  • Make connections for your audience
  • Include plenty of commentary
  • Try to avoid being redundant
  • Avoid bad words (a lot, really)
practice time
PRACTICE TIME!
  • We are going to practice grading some sample essays so you understand how the writing portions are graded – woo hoo! 