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California High School Exit Exam 2012. Santa Fe High School Parent Meeting January 19, 2012. Welcome!. Introductions Principal Assistant Principals Expanded Horizons Director Mrs. Barbara Abell and Mrs. Aileen Acosta-Mata, English Dept Chair Teachers

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california high school exit exam 2012

California High School Exit Exam 2012

Santa Fe High School Parent Meeting

January 19, 2012

welcome
Welcome!
  • Introductions
    • Principal
    • Assistant Principals
    • Expanded Horizons Director
    • Mrs. Barbara Abell and Mrs. Aileen Acosta-Mata, English Dept Chair Teachers
    • Mr. David Diaz, Math Dept Chair Teacher
graduation requirements
Graduation Requirements
  • 220 Credits
  • Senior Project
  • Algebra 1
  • California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)
cahsee
CAHSEE
    • Score of 350-450 to pass
    • Score of 380 – PROFICIENT
    • Score of approx. 415 – ADVANCED
  • Importance of scoring Proficient on CAHSEE: Helps meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and Academic Performance Index (API) for Santa Fe High School
slide5

I WANT YOU

TO BE PART OF THE TWO

HELP SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL REACH OUR GOAL

OF 2% GAINS IN CAHSEE PROFICIENCY

cahsee dates times
CAHSEE Dates & Times
  • March 13 & 14, 2012
  • Day 1 – English: 2 parts (4.5 hours)
  • Day 2 – Math: 2 parts (4 hours)
english cahsee

English CAHSEE

March 13, 2012

english language arts
English Language Arts
  • Writing Strategies (12)
  • Writing Conventions (15)
  • 1 Essay
  • Passing score = 350 (65%)
  • Proficiency = 380
  • 72 multiple choice questions
  • Word Analysis (7)
  • Reading Comprehension (18)
  • Literary Response (20)
word analysis vocabulary 7
Word AnalysisVocabulary (7)
  • What does the word consumers mean in the following sentence?

Minnows often serve as primary consumers in a streambed, sometimes as bottom feeders to suck up ooze or eat algae.

A. those who shop

B. those who eat

C. those who occupy

D. those who serve

reading comprehension 18
Reading Comprehension (18)

In the territory of Wyoming on September 6, 1870, for the first time anywhere in the United States, women went to the polls to cast their ballots. By 1870, the women’s suffrage movement had battled unsuccessfully for 30 years on the East Coast. The big surprise to everyone was that the first victory for women’s right to vote occurred in Wyoming, where there had been no public speeches, rallies, or conventions for the women’s suffrage movement. Instead, there had been just one remarkable woman: Esther Morris.

a one woman campaign
A One-Woman Campaign
  • Her one-woman campaign is a classic example of effective politics. She managed to persuade both rival candidates in a territorial election to promise that, if elected, they would introduce a bill for women’s suffrage. She knew that, as long as the winner kept his word, women’s suffrage would score a victory in Wyoming. The winning candidate kept his promise to Esther Morris, which led to this historic Wyoming voting event in 1870.
reading comprehension
Reading Comprehension
  • According to the article, why is it surprising that Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote?
  • A. Few people knew about formal elections.
  • B. There was a small population of women in the state.
  • C. The community showed no obvious interest in the issue.
  • D. The efforts on the East Coast were moving ahead quickly.
writing strategies 12
Writing Strategies (12)
  • We can adapt to a range of climates and even underground living is something we can do if we have to.
  • Which change to the underlined clause would make it more consistent with the first part of the sentence?
  • A. even underground living can be done by us if we have to.
  • B. even we can live underground if we have to.
  • C. we can even live underground if we have to.
  • D. Leave as is
one essay
One Essay
  • Biographical Narrative
  • Expository
  • Persuasive
  • Response to Literature
  • Business Letter
writing task
Writing Task
  • Throughout your years in school, you have studied about many different people. Think about one of these people you have studied during your time at school. What makes this person special enough to study?
  • Write an essay in which you discuss a person you have studied in school. Explain what it is about this person that is special. Use details and examples to support your ideas.
math cahsee

Math CAHSEE

March 14, 2012

slide20

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

PassingScore 350 (55%)

80 multiple choice questions

  • Number Sense (14)
  • Statistics & Probability (12)
  • Algebra & functions (17)
  • Measurement & Geometry (17)
  • Math Reasoning (8)
  • Algebra 1 (12)

ProficientScore 380 (72%)

slide21

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

5

7

6

8

20

21

24

24

  • Fractions

(3)

(4)

+

(4)

(3)

41

=

+

24

slide22

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Fractions
  • Percentages
slide23

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Fractions
  • Percentages
  • Exponents
slide24

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Fractions
  • Percentages
  • Exponents
  • ScientificNotation
slide25

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • MeanMedianMode

21, 21, 23, 25, 31, 39

23 + 25

÷ 2

= 24

48

slide26

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • MeanMedianMode
  • UnderstandGraphs
slide27

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • MeanMedianMode
  • UnderstandGraphs
  • Probability
slide28

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Solve Equations & Inequalities

+3

+3

2x = 10

2

2

x = 5

slide29

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Solve Equations & Inequalities
  • Exponents
slide30

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Solve Equations & Inequalities
  • Exponents
  • Graph LinearFunctions
slide31

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Convert Units

65 miles

1.6 km

104km

=

1 hour

1 mile

1 hour

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NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Convert Units
  • ScaleDrawings
slide33

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Convert Units
  • ScaleDrawings
  • PythagoreanTheorem
slide34

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • Convert Units
  • ScaleDrawings
  • PythagoreanTheorem
  • PerimeterArea & Volume
slide35

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • FormulateMathematicalConjectures

+ 1 = 6

5

+ 1 = 10

9

+ 1 = 4

3

5 – 1 = 4

slide36

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • FormulateMathematicalConjectures
  • Patterns
slide37

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • FormulateMathematicalConjectures
  • Patterns
  • IdentifyRelevantInformation
slide38

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • IdentifyEquivalentEquations

4x

+ 20

– 3x

– 6

= 14

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NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • IdentifyEquivalentEquations
  • Solve linearequations &inequalities
slide40

NumberSense

Statistics&Probability

Algebra&Functions

Measurement&Geometry

MathReasoning

Algebra I

14

12

17

17

8

12

  • IdentifyEquivalentEquations
  • Solve linearequations &inequalities
  • Graph linearequations
sfhs cahsee pass rates
SFHS CAHSEE Pass Rates
  • In 2011:
  • English Language Arts = 88%
  • Mathematics = 90%
  • Current Sophomores = 723
prevention
Prevention
  • Standards-based instructional program beginning in 9th grade.
  • CAHSEE prep built into the 10th grade math & English classes (warm-ups)
mock cahsee
Mock CAHSEE
  • Administered in English & Math
  • Students who score less than 65% in Math should definitely plan to attend CAHSEE prep Saturday classes!!!
  • Beginning February 18
    • Math Interventions: Saturdays (8:00 – 12:00 noon)
interventions
Interventions
  • Parallel English & Math Courses (11th & 12th graders yet to pass)
  • Intensive Interventions (Seniors)
additional resources available at
Additional Resources available at…
  • http://www.cde.ca.gov/statetests/cahsee>.
  • http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/hs/.
questions
Questions

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENDANCE!!!

March 13th English CAHSEE

March 14th Math CAHSEE