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1Parent University: NJ ASK Info & Study Island John Marshall SchoolWelcomes You toParent University: NJ ASK Info & Study IslandPresented byMrs. GluchowskiMrs. C. Pellicane
2Today’s Agenda Overview of NJ ASK 3, 4, 5 Study Island WritingReadingMathScience (Grade 4 ONLY)Study IslandQuestion & Answer SessionWriting – explanatory promptsReading – open ended responses
3When is the test?Grade 3: May 13-16, 2013 Make-ups: May 20-24, 2013 Grade 4: May (Last day is Science) Grade 5: May 6-9, 2013 Make-ups: May 13-17, 2013
4ELA test Design- NJ ASK Writing– Narrative & Explanatory Prompts – 30 minutes eachReading selections -3 each – 30 mins. eachMultiple Choice Questions-3rd Grade-18 (6 each)4th Grade – 24 (8 each)5th Grade – 30 (10 each)Open-Ended questions – I for each passage
5Reading – Multiple Choice Questions - based on reading passages –fiction and non-fictionWorking with Text - questions in which students interpret meaning from the text.Analyzing Text - students analyze and critique the text.
6Reading – Open Ended The student must respond in paragraph form For each bullet one paragraph is expectedFormat– RSS,RSSEStudents must cite evidence from text and explain
7Writing PromptsScored using the NJ Registered Holistic Scoring Rubric (a 5-point scale).Scores will be doubled, for a maximum of 10 points per writing prompt.The goal is to be Advanced ProficientPlease see Rubric in your packet
8Writing - Narrative Narrative = Speculative It is a springboard for writing a story.It should include characters, setting, and problem/solutionPlan well…….BMELL
9Writing – Informative/ Explanatory Two typesIntroduces a topic orUses a poem to introduce a topic.FormatStudents need to describe, discuss, explain, or analyze some aspect of the topic.IBC -- Intro/ Body/ Conclusion
13Extended Constructed Response Rubric 3-Point Response - Shows complete understanding of problem’s math concepts - Executes all procedures completely - Gives relevant responses to all parts - Clear, effective explanation about problem-solving steps 2-Point Response - Shows nearly complete understanding of problem’s math concepts - Executes nearly all procedures completely - Gives relevant responses to most parts - Somewhat clear, effective explanation about problem-solving steps 1-Point Response - Shows limited understanding of problem’s math concepts - Executes procedures incompletely and/or with major errors - Gives incomplete or inaccurate responses - Unclear, ineffective or lacking explanation about problem-solving steps
15Study Island www.studyisland.com Reading, math & writing Common Core- ELA & MathScience – 4th grade onlyEncourage student to complete 20 mins. dailyComplete a different subject area each time
16NJDOE Website2012 Grade 3-5 NJ ASK Parent, Student, and Teacher Information GuideNJ ASK/ESPA Sample TestsLanguage Arts Literacy Grade 3 and Grade 4 Guide to Criterion--Based Holistic Scoring: A Writing and Reading Handbook (samples of scored writing)NJ ASK A Science Manual Open-Ended Questions Grade 4NJ ASK A Mathematics Manual Open-Ended Questions Grade 3 and Grade 4
17We would like to leave you with one final thought . . .
18Please email us if you have any questions: Thank you for coming! Please us if you have any questions:edison.k12.nj.us