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1 Page 1. Title Page College Board Wireframes Modifications as Requested in 4/7/03 SOW Batch 1 – Student Takes Assessment Workflow Screens Represented: Assessment Splash Screen Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Part 1 Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Part 2 Multiple Choice Assessment Summary Page Completed Assignments Assessment Results Batch 1 Version :00pm 4/29/03

2 Page 2. Overview Diagram Online Assessment Splash Summary Page Online Assessment (Page 3, etc.) Online Assessment (Page 2) Online Assessment (Page 1) Completed Assessments Assessment Results Student Home Page Help Page ID: Page Title: Student Takes Assessment - Overview Diagram Page ID: Page Title: Student Takes Assessment - Overview Diagram

3 Page 3. Assessment Splash Page Page ID: Page Title: Assessment Splash Page Description: Splash page with Assessment title, teacher name, grade, subjects, start date, due date. Option to Cancel and not take Assessment. Actions: 1.Returns to Home Page 2.Displays Help Page 3.Logout 4.Proceeds to Online AssessmentOnline Assessment 5.Cancels and returns to Home Page Page ID: Page Title: Assessment Splash Page Description: Splash page with Assessment title, teacher name, grade, subjects, start date, due date. Option to Cancel and not take Assessment. Actions: 1.Returns to Home Page 2.Displays Help Page 3.Logout 4.Proceeds to Online AssessmentOnline Assessment 5.Cancels and returns to Home Page HomeHelpLogout Online Assessment From: Mrs. Smith Subject: History Grade: 6th Today's Date: April 24, 2003 Date Due: April 25, :30 AM Title: Gold Fever Note: Once you start this assignment you may not exit and return to it later. Notify your teacher IMMEDIATELY if you wish to exit the Assessment before you complete it. Take Assessment NowCancel

4 Page 4. Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Page 1 Online Assessment: Gold Fever INSTRUCTIONS: When finished, please click the Done button. Read the article, "Gold Fever" and then answer Numbers 1 through 8. Gold Fever One of the most exciting events in the history of North America was the California Gold Rush. Before the discovery of gold in California, few people lived there. Most of those who did farmed or ranched. The only communities of any size were along the coast. That is where a few traders set up shop to provide wood, water, and supplies for ships that stopped there. However, a new California was coming. One man's accidental discovery changed California almost overnight. The man who made that discovery was James Marshall. He was a carpenter who went to work for a rich landowner named John Sutter. Sutter owned most of the Sacramento Valley. On his land, there was a fort and many homes and shops. Sutter wanted to build even more. He asked Marshall to set up a sawmill to cut lumber for building. Marshall left Sutter's Fort and looked along the American River until he found a good spot for a sawmill. It was about forty-five miles northeast of Sutter's Fort. They later named this spot Sutter's Mill. Slowly, gold fever died down, but the Gold Rush had changed California forever. So many people had come to California that it was made a state. Only the large mining companies with big equipment stayed in business. The West was well on its way to being settled. Page ID: Page Title: Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Page 1 Description: Left column displays instructions and Assessment content. Right column displays Assessment questions. Stop Assessment – displays Summary page. Summary page Summary – displays Summary page.Summary page Next – displays next page questions.next page If at end of Assessment, button reads Done. If this is a timed Assessment, Time Remaining is shown. Actions: 1.Time Remaining displayed if Assessment is timed. 2.Displays the Summary Page with Students Answers.Summary Page 3.Displays a Help Page 4.Proceeds to the next page in the test if there are more questions. Otherwise, displays a Done button that ends the Assessment.next page Page ID: Page Title: Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Page 1 Description: Left column displays instructions and Assessment content. Right column displays Assessment questions. Stop Assessment – displays Summary page. Summary page Summary – displays Summary page.Summary page Next – displays next page questions.next page If at end of Assessment, button reads Done. If this is a timed Assessment, Time Remaining is shown. Actions: 1.Time Remaining displayed if Assessment is timed. 2.Displays the Summary Page with Students Answers.Summary Page 3.Displays a Help Page 4.Proceeds to the next page in the test if there are more questions. Otherwise, displays a Done button that ends the Assessment.next page Help How did John Marshall know that he had found real gold rather than fool's gold? A. The nugget he found was brighter and shinier than fool's gold. B. The nugget changed shape but did not break when he hit it. C. The nugget broke into many small pieces when he hit it. D. The nugget was dull on the outside and had shiny crystals inside. What did John Sutter think would happen when people heard about the gold nugget found on his land? A. He thought that people would help Marshall steal all the gold. B. He thought that people would buy all the buildings on his land. C. He thought that people would ruin his peaceful ranch life. D. He thought that people would help make California a state. Read this sentence from the article "Gold Fever." Prospectors living in mining camps had to put up with squalid conditions. Garbage filled the streets. Living quarters were cold and dirty. What does the word squalid mean? A. filthy B. dangerous C. lonely D. noisy Why did the author write the article "Gold Fever"? A. to discuss the dangers of traveling in the 1800s B. to explain why settlers moved to the West C. to explain why many people did not get rich during the California Gold Rush D. to inform readers about an important historical event 4 Time Remaining: 25 minutes Summary Next >

5 Page 5. Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Page 2 INSTRUCTIONS: When finished, please click the Done button. Read the article, "Gold Fever" and then answer Numbers 1 through 8. Gold Fever One of the most exciting events in the history of North America was the California Gold Rush. Before the discovery of gold in California, few people lived there. Most of those who did farmed or ranched. The only communities of any size were along the coast. That is where a few traders set up shop to provide wood, water, and supplies for ships that stopped there. However, a new California was coming. One man's accidental discovery changed California almost overnight. The man who made that discovery was James Marshall. He was a carpenter who went to work for a rich landowner named John Sutter. Sutter owned most of the Sacramento Valley. On his land, there was a fort and many homes and shops. Sutter wanted to build even more. He asked Marshall to set up a sawmill to cut lumber for building. Marshall left Sutter's Fort and looked along the American River until he found a good spot for a sawmill. It was about forty-five miles northeast of Sutter's Fort. They later named this spot Sutter's Mill. Slowly, gold fever died down, but the Gold Rush had changed California forever. So many people had come to California that it was made a state. Only the large mining companies with big equipment stayed in business. The West was well on its way to being settled. Back < 5 Why was the Gold Rush an important event in California's history? Use details and information from the article to explain your answer. Page ID: Page Title: Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Page 2 Description: Left column displays instructions and Assessment content. Right column displays Assessment questions. Actions: 1.Time Remaining displayed if Assessment is timed. 2. Displays the Summary Page with Students Answers.Summary Page 3. Displays a Help Page 4. Returns to previous page.previous page 5. Ends the Assessment and links to the Summary Page.Summary Page Page ID: Page Title: Open Ended/Mixed Item Assessment – Page 2 Description: Left column displays instructions and Assessment content. Right column displays Assessment questions. Actions: 1.Time Remaining displayed if Assessment is timed. 2. Displays the Summary Page with Students Answers.Summary Page 3. Displays a Help Page 4. Returns to previous page.previous page 5. Ends the Assessment and links to the Summary Page.Summary Page Online Assessment: Gold Fever Help Time Remaining: 25 minutes Summary Done >

6 Page 6. Multiple Choice Assessment End Punctuation: Choose the sentence that has the correct end punctuation. Select the correct answer. 1. A. Has Bonnie finished that report. B. Yes, she is reading it over now? C. What a big job that was! D. Does she have any other homework tonight. 2. A. When is your spring vacation. B. What are your plans for that week! C. I will visit my grandparents in Florida? D. They stayed with us last summer. 3. A. Is that jigsaw puzzle completed yet. B. The box contains fifteen hundred pieces? C. Show me the finished product. D. What an accomplishment it will be. 4. A. Luis always enjoys the theater? B. What a wonderful actress Melanie is! C. Shawn is the most experienced performer in the cast? D. What other plays has he acted in. 5. A. I cannot come to your party on Sunday? B. Do you have other plans? C. How disappointed everyone will be? D. Will you invite me to the next party! Sentences: Find the sentence that has correct capitalization and end punctuation. Select the correct answer. 6. A. Do you love horses. B. horseback riding is a popular sport? C. What strong and graceful creatures horses are! D. Are there still wild horses in this country! Done > Online Assessment: Gold Fever Help Time Remaining: 25 minutes 12 Page ID: Page Title: Multiple Choice Assessment Description: Left column displays instructions and Assessment content. Right column displays Assessment questions. Actions: 1.Time Remaining displayed if Assessment is timed. 2.Displays a Help Page 3.Ends the Assessment and links to the Summary Page.Summary Page Page ID: Page Title: Multiple Choice Assessment Description: Left column displays instructions and Assessment content. Right column displays Assessment questions. Actions: 1.Time Remaining displayed if Assessment is timed. 2.Displays a Help Page 3.Ends the Assessment and links to the Summary Page.Summary Page 3

7 Page 7. Summary Page Page ID: Page Title: Summary Page Description: Displays Students Answers in summary format. Displays both Multiple-Choice answers and Open Ended answers. Actions: 1.Each question number links to a pop- up window that displays question text. 2.Returns to Assessment page.Assessment 3.Submits Assessment to Teacher. 4.Displays a Help page. Page ID: Page Title: Summary Page Description: Displays Students Answers in summary format. Displays both Multiple-Choice answers and Open Ended answers. Actions: 1.Each question number links to a pop- up window that displays question text. 2.Returns to Assessment page.Assessment 3.Submits Assessment to Teacher. 4.Displays a Help page. Summary Page Back To AssessmentSubmit to Teacher Question #Your Answer #1C #2D #3E #4A #5The Gold Rush was an important event because before the rush Californias population was very small. The number of people who settled afterwards was very significant and this led to California becoming a large and important state. #6The priority for many of the gold seekers was not necessarily comfort so many of the dwellings built were lacking in sanitation and even safety. Many of the camps were hastily constructed and much of the law was non-existent Help 4

8 Page 8. Completed Assessments Page ID: Page Title: Completed Assessments Description: Displays a list of Completed Assignments, date and time due. Actions: 1.Logout 2.Links to Assignment Results Page where Student can view how answers were scored.Assignment Results Page 3.Removes Assessment from list. 4.Links to Home Page Page ID: Page Title: Completed Assessments Description: Displays a list of Completed Assignments, date and time due. Actions: 1.Logout 2.Links to Assignment Results Page where Student can view how answers were scored.Assignment Results Page 3.Removes Assessment from list. 4.Links to Home Page Logout Completed Assessments Storm Warning, Day 4 due: 04/26/ :30 AM Delete Gold Fever due: 04/25/ :30 AM Delete Pandas due: 04/24/ :30 AM Delete Eye of the Storm, Day 2 due: 04/24/ :30 AM Delete Back to Home Page

9 Page 9. Assessment Results Page ID: Page Title: Assessment Results Description: Grading is shown for a completed Assessment. Correct and Incorrect answers are marked along with actual Student answers. Actions: 1.Returns to Home Page. 2.Displays Help Page. 3.Logout 4.Multiple-Choice answers are automatically graded as correct or incorrect. Incorrect answers show an explanation for the correct answer. 5.A point-total is assigned to each section based on correct/incorrect answers. 6.Correct Answer Descriptor 7.Open-ended questions are displayed. 8.Teacher comments are displayed. 9.Returns to Home Page. Page ID: Page Title: Assessment Results Description: Grading is shown for a completed Assessment. Correct and Incorrect answers are marked along with actual Student answers. Actions: 1.Returns to Home Page. 2.Displays Help Page. 3.Logout 4.Multiple-Choice answers are automatically graded as correct or incorrect. Incorrect answers show an explanation for the correct answer. 5.A point-total is assigned to each section based on correct/incorrect answers. 6.Correct Answer Descriptor 7.Open-ended questions are displayed. 8.Teacher comments are displayed. 9.Returns to Home Page. You have scored 10 out of 12 points on this Assessment. See your answers below. Class: Ms. Tomotakis Class Grade:4 Student Name:George Burnley Gold Fever Read the article Gold Fever, and then answer Numbers 1 through 8. 2 out of 4 points. How did John Marshall know that he had found real gold rather than fool's gold? A. The nugget he found was brighter and shinier than fool's gold. B. The nugget changed shape but did not break when he hit it. C. The nugget broke into many small pieces when he hit it. D. The nugget was dull on the outside and had shiny crystals inside. John Marshall knew that gold is malleable and would not break if he struck it, so B is the correct answer. What did John Sutter think would happen when people heard about the gold nugget found on his land? 3 out of 4 points. A. He thought that people would help Marshall steal all the gold. B. He thought that people would buy all the buildings on his land. C. He thought that people would ruin his peaceful ranch life. D. He thought that people would help make California a state. The correct answer is C. The reason John Sutter did not reveal the presence of gold right away was because he did not want to flock to the area and ruin the peaceful life he had wanted. Answer the following questions. Base your answer on the article, Gold Fever 2 out of 4 points. Why was the Gold Rush an important event in California's history? Use details and information from the article to explain your answer. Student Answer Before the Gold Rush, few people lived in California. The discovery of gold prompted people to settle in the area and it experienced a population boom that continues to this day. Sample Answer The Gold Rush was an important event in California's history because it caused many changes. It brought people from all over the world to California. Teacher Comments: Nice work. In the future, pay a bit more attention to historical dates. HomeHelpLogout Assessment Results Back to Home Page Answer Key Correct Incorrect Your Answer Correct Answers in Bold Type


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