# North Oaks Middle School February 16, 2012. Which state exports the least amount of crude oil monthly? A Louisiana B Texas C Alaska D Pennsylvania Grade.

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North Oaks Middle School February 16, 2012

Which state exports the least amount of crude oil monthly? A Louisiana B Texas C Alaska D Pennsylvania Grade level? A.Third grade B.Fourth grade C.Fifth grade

In 1990, tuition at Britton Pre-School was \$300 per pupil. According to this graph, how much money was collected in 1990? A\$9000 B\$900 C\$600 D\$6000 Grade level? A.Fourth grade B.Fifth grade C.Sixth grade

What percent of the total solid waste was paper? A 33⅓ % B 40 % C 66⅔ % D 72 % The graph shows the types and amounts of solid waste produced in the United States in 1998. Grade level? A.Sixth grade B.Seventh grade C.Eighth grade

When making a circle graph, at what central angle should the sponsor use for the section representing the votes for the student who finished in third place? A 54 º B 72 º C 90 º D 126 º The student council sponsor is planning to make a circle graph showing the number of votes for each of the candidates for student council president. The table below indicates the name and the vote count for each candidate. Grade level? A.Ninth grade B.Tenth grade C.Eleventh grade The student council sponsor wanted to make a graph of the results of a recent election.

If the graph of f is translated 5 units to the right and 4 units down to create a new graph, which function best represents this new graph? A g(x) = –(x + 3) 2 – 1 B g(x) = –(x – 3) 2 – 1 C g(x) = (3 – x) 2 + 1 D g(x) = (3 – x) 2 – 1 Grade level? A.Twelfth grade B.Undergraduate C.Masters The graph of the quadratic function f is shown on the grid at right.

Which state exports the least amount of crude oil monthly? A Louisiana B Texas C Alaska D Pennsylvania Grade level? TABS Grade 10 (1982)

In 1990, tuition at Britton Pre-School was \$300 per pupil. According to this graph, how much money was collected in 1990? A\$9000 B\$900 C\$600 D\$6000 Grade level? TEAMS Grade 10 (1986)

What percent of the total solid waste was paper? A 33⅓ % B 40 % C 66⅔ % D 72 % The graph shows the types and amounts of solid waste produced in the United States in 1998. Grade level? TAAS Grade 10 (1999)

When making a circle graph, at what central angle should the sponsor use for the section representing the votes for the student who finished in third place? A 54 º B 72 º C 90 º D 126 º The student council sponsor is planning to make a circle graph showing the number of votes for each of the candidates for student council president. The table below indicates the name and the vote count for each candidate. Grade level? TAKS Grade 11 (2002) The student council sponsor wanted to make a graph of the results of a recent election.

TAKS Grade 3 (2009)

If the graph of f is translated 5 units to the right and 4 units down to create a new graph, which function best represents this new graph? A g(x) = –(x + 3) 2 – 1 B g(x) = –(x – 3) 2 – 1 C g(x) = (3 – x) 2 + 1 D g(x) = (3 – x) 2 – 1 The graph of the quadratic function f is shown on the grid at right. STAAR Algebra II (2012)

TABS TEAMS TAASTAKS

 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness  Replacing the TAKS program  Subjects/grades tested  Grades 3-8 – same subjects as TAKS ▪ Reading and math – Grades 3 through 8 ▪ Writing – Grades 4 and 7 ▪ Science – Grades 5 and 8 ▪ Social studies – Grade 8

 Subjects/grades tested  High school – New end-of-course exams (EOCs) will replace grade-level tests  Courses tested ▪ English Language Arts – English I, English II, English III ▪ Math – Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II ▪ Science – Biology, Chemistry, Physics ▪ Social Studies – World Geography, World History, U.S. History

 Greater rigor, depth, complexity than TAKS  Focus on readiness for success in subsequent grade levels/courses and for college and career  More test questions at most grade levels  Four-hour time limit  Two days for writing/ELA tests  High school EOC performance tied to grades, credits and diploma type

Level I: Unsatisfactory Level II: Satisfactory Level III: Advanced ReadinessSatisfactory Performance “Passing” Did not meet standard Met standard CommendedPassing standard Commended Performance TAKS STAAR

 STAAR passing standards for grades 3-8 will not be set until Fall 2012  Parents will receive raw score results (number of items correct) in May 2012  Final results will be sent out in January 2013  SSI requirements for grades 5 and 8 are suspended in 2012  No retesting opportunities in May and June  Passing reading and math STAAR not required for promotion

 Students receiving instruction in a course above their enrolled grade will take the appropriate test for the course  Example  A third-grade student enrolled in a grade 4 math course will take STAAR grade 4 math and grade 3 reading tests

 Proposed policy: Students in middle school taking high school courses with EOCs will take both the EOC and the grade-level test in that subject  Example  An eighth-grade student enrolled in Algebra I will take the Algebra I EOC and STAAR grade 8 math test

 Starts with “You may begin” and ends with “Pencils down” with no extra transcription time  Warnings at regular intervals  Bathroom and stretch breaks are included in the four hours  Lunch and breaks due to emergencies or medical conditions are not included  Some students may meet criteria for extended time (e.g. dyslexia accommodations), but may not test past the end of the school day

 STAAR  General education and students needing some allowable accommodations  STAAR-Modified, STAAR-Alternate  Special education students  STAAR-L  ELL students needing linguistic accommodations

School Year2011 – 20122012 – 20132013 – 20142014 – 2015 Grades 3-9STAAR Grade 10TAKSSTAAR Grade 11TAKS STAAR Grade 12TAKS STAAR or TAKS  Students first enrolled in grade 9 in 2010-11 or earlier must meet TAKS requirements for graduation  Students first enrolled in grade 9 in 2011-12 or later must meet STAAR requirements for graduation

UnsatisfactorySatisfactoryAdvanced Readiness Satisfactory Performance “Passing” Grayarea Minimum Performance  STAAR EOCs will have an additional minimum performance standard  EOC performance standards will be set in February 2012

 Test scores on all EOCs will count toward graduation.  A cumulative score will be determined for each subject area.  A student’s scores in each subject area (ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies) must equal or exceed a minimum cumulative score in order to be eligible to graduate.

UnsatisfactorySatisfactoryAdvanced Readiness Satisfactory Performance “Passing” Grayarea Minimum Performance 7006001200 Student must retest Score can not be used for cumulative total Student may retest Score can be used for cumulative total Student may choose to retest

ELAMathScienceSocial Studies English I 800 Algebra I Biology World Geography English II 750 Geometry Chemistry World History English III 850 Algebra II Physics U. S. History Cumulative Score 2400 Minimum cumulative score = 700 x 3 = 2100

ELAMathScienceSocial Studies English I 800 Algebra I 680 BiologyWorld Geography English II 750 Geometry 720 ChemistryWorld History English III 850 Algebra II 700 PhysicsU. S. History Cumulative Score 24002100 Minimum cumulative score = 700 x 3 = 2100

ELAMathScienceSocial Studies English I 800 Algebra I 680 Biology 750 World Geography English II 750 Geometry 720 Chemistry 700 World History English III 850 Algebra II 700 Physics 500 U. S. History Cumulative Score 240021001950 Minimum cumulative score = 700 x 3 = 2100 Retest = 700 New total = 2150

 New law  Performance on the EOC will account for 15% of the final grade  Students cannot get credit if final grade is less than 70  District plan  Determine semester average as per existing guidelines Semester average = 2/7 (SW1) + 2/7 (SW2) + 2/7 (SW3) + 1/7 (Exam)  GPA will be based on semester average  A final semester grade will be calculated based on the semester average and the EOC exam Final semester grade = 85% (semester average) + 15% (EOC)  Course credit will be based on the final semester grade

Level I: Unsatisfactory Level II: Satisfactory Level III: Advanced Converting an EOC score into a grade 6990100 This conversion scheme will allow any student with a passing average to retain credit (won’t lose credit due to EOC score) and may allow other students to recover credit if they have a failing average of at least 65.

 Due to the May testing window for EOCs, test results will not be available until June  Final grades will likely be delayed for courses tested with EOCs

 STAAR means increased rigor, depth, and complexity  Grades 3-8 test in same subjects as TAKS  Several changes to test administration procedures  High school grade-level tests replaced by EOCs  EOC testing for graduation begins THIS YEAR for students in grade 9 and lower  Grades, credits and graduation plans will be affected by EOC scores

Texas Education Agency www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/staar Birdville ISD Accountability Department 817-547-5891 www.birdvilleschools.net/accountability

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