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English 12 CR & Transition Math WV Department of Education

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English 12 CR

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Key Points Aligned to NxG CSOs & College and Career Ready Anchor Standards Must be offered annually Counts as an English 12 credit Approved by NCAA Counts toward Promise Scholarship Not a remedial course Only students taking AP English are exempt Course Number - 4014

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Important! Excerpt from the letter: It is not to be offered in addition to English 12, but should replace English 12 for the identified students (see attached memo from Dr. Kathy Butler, WV Higher Education Policy Commission).

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Criteria Category A – WESTEST RLA/English Score – Mastery or Above – Composite ACT PLAN Score of 13-17 – ACT/SAT English Score ACT English 15-20 SAT Critical Reading or Writing 400-489 – Student Writing and/or WESTEST 2 Writing Assessment

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Criteria Category B – Recommendation or referral from teacher/counselor Academic Performance Student Work Samples – Student requests placement – Parent requests placement

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What the Course Is Provide an additional opportunity for twelfth grade students to be College and Career Ready (CCR) in English Language Arts (ELA) Increase the number of WV students who are CCR in ELA upon graduation

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What the Course Is NOT Remedial English For students who are Below Mastery in ELA For students who are more than two years behind, according to data Punishment for doing poorly on one assessment

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End of Course Assessment COMPASS® Writing Skills Test – Aligned with WV HEPC Series 21 Freshmen Readiness Assessment and Placement Standards – Results considered for student placement in credit- bearing college English courses with ACT and SAT taking precedence – Scores range from 1 to 99 with a score of 71 needed to enroll in a college credit-bearing course

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COMPASS® Writing Skills Test Fall 2012 Results – Outperformed students from the previous year – Increase from 24% to 53% in meeting benchmark – Average Writing Skills score increased from 49.7 to 68.1 – Number of students scoring 99 increase from 1 student to 58 students

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Math Transitions

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Transitioning to NxGen Mathematics Transition year 2013-14 Districts have the option to offer NxGen course Math II (Math 10). NxGen mathematics is not required, but is optional, by policy at the high school level for 2013-14.

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Transitioning to NxGen Mathematics Transition year 2014-15 Math I (Math 9) is required by policy. NxGen mathematics beyond Math I (Math 9) is not required, but is optional, until subsequent years (as the 9 th grade students in 2014-15 progress through high school).

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Transition year 2015-16 Required new course Math II (Math 10) Transition year 2015-16 Required new courses Math III (Math 11) LA, Math III STEM, Math III TR Transition year 2017-18 Required new course Math IV, Technical Readiness, Math IV Transitioning to NxGen Mathematics

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8 th Grade9 th Grade10 th Grade11 th Grade12 th Grade Algebra I (high school credit) Math II (readiness assessment placement) Math III STEM AP CalculusAP Statistics Algebra I (high school credit) Math I (readiness assessment placement) Math IIMath IIIMath IV 8 th grade Mathematics Algebra I Math II (readiness assessment placement) Math III STEM AP Calculus 8 th grade Mathematics Algebra I Math II (readiness assessment placement) Math IIISTEM /Math IV (block schedule) AP Calculus 8 th grade Mathematics Algebra IMath I (readiness assessment placement) Math II Math III STEM Possible Course Sequences during transition

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8 th Grade9 th Grade10 th Grade11 th Grade12 th Grade Math I (high school credit) Math II Math III STEM AP Calculus AP Statistics Math I (high school credit) Math II Math III STEM Math IV AP Calculus 8 th grade Mathematics Math IMath II Math III STEMAP Calculus 8 th grade Mathematics Math IMath II Math IIISTEM /Math IV (block schedule) AP Calculus 8 th grade Mathematics Math IMath II Math III STEM4 th course option 8 th grade Mathematics Math IMath II Math III LA 4 th course option 8 th grade Mathematics Math IMath II Math III TR Math IV TR 8 th grade Mathematics Math I Math II Math III TR Math IV TR Math I Lab Possible Course Sequences upon complete transition

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