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Practice Questions for SRI. Questions by: (put your name here) Fayette County Public Schools. Instructions for Teacher to Create Questions

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practice questions for sri

Practice Questions for SRI

Questions by: (put your name here)

Fayette County Public Schools

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Instructions for Teacher to Create Questions

  • Important: Do not delete slides 1 through 6. They are necessary to make the presentation work. Before you start, go to <File> and <Save As>. Give the file a different name to be sure you don’t overwrite this template. You may also want to print this instruction page for easier reference. Press Ctrl-P and click <Current Slide> and OK.
  • Insert a blank slide at the end of the slide show. Be sure it is a blank slide.
  • Go back to slide number 6, and press Ctrl-A and then Ctrl-C.
  • Go back to the new slide you created in step 2 and press Ctrl-V.
  • As indicated on the screen, enter the text of the passage above the line. Be sure to cite the source. Then, below the line, enter the question and the four choices where indicated. Be sure to erase the screen prompts that say (passage here), (choice 1), etc. You probably figured that out for yourself, but we had to tell you anyway.
  • With your mouse, point to the oval to the left of the correct choice, and left click on it. You should see 6 small boxes around the oval. If you don’t see those, then click somewhere else on the screen and try again.
  • Once you get the oval selected (see step 6), press Ctrl-K. Click the + sign next to “slide titles.”
  • Click “slide 4.” That’s the slide that says “Correct.” Click OK.
  • Repeat steps 6 through 8 for each of the other ovals, except in step 8, you will need to click “slide 5.” That’s the slide that says “Sorry! Try again.”
  • Success!!!! You just created a new question! Now you may continue creating more questions by repeating steps 2 through 9. Be sure and save your work after each question is created, to be sure you don’t lose it.
  • When you finish all questions, go back to slide number 1and enter your name where it says “put your name here.” Don’t forget to save. If you want to, you may save to a floppy disk, so you can give copies to other teachers. Of course, you can email copies to other teachers too.
  • PowerPoint template created by Nathan Cornett and Greg Drake, Fayette County Public Schools.
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How to Use With Students

  • This slide presentation may only be used with PowerPoint 2000 for Windows. Some important features will not work with earlier versions of PowerPoint.
  • You will need to use an LCD projector so all your students can see it at the same time. Do not use a scan converter with a TV, because the text will not be clear enough on the TV for students to be able to read it. This activity could also be used with small groups of students.
  • Slides 2 through 6 are “hidden slides”. Students will not be able to see those during the presentation, because they are intended only for (A) these instructions and (B) feedback screens for correct and incorrect responses. Actually, students will be able to see the feedback screens, but only when they respond to a question.
  • Page 119 of the SRI Educator’s Guide has an excellent section called “Teach Test-Taking Strategies”. That may provide you with some ideas for presenting this PowerPoint to your students.
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Practice Test

(Passage here)

(At end of passage, cite the source of your passage by entering the author, title, publisher, and date)

(Question here then change hyperlinks below.)

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Practice Test

Sample Question. Please delete when you write your own presentation: So the president talked. All the way to Gettysburg. The story is told that Lincoln wrote his speech on the train. Just scratched it out on the back of an old envelope. That is not true. His speech was in his pocket—all written except for a last “lick”.

He was ________.

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