Pre-Test 1.The EXPLORE test shows your academic strengths and weaknesses in what four areas? 2.What does the EXPLORE test give you suggestions for? 3.The EXPLORE test provides important information to help students do well on what test at the end of high school?
Objectives Why take the EXPLORE test? Review EXPLORE Test Results Find strengths and areas to improve Set two academic goals this week Update Readiness Rubric
Why Take the EXPLORE Test? EXPLORE shows you your academic strengths and weaknesses in English, mathematics, reading, and science EXPLORE helps you search for careers and learn which ones might be right for you EXPLORE helps you choose high school courses that will prepare you for college and work
Student Score Report The Student Score Report will detail Suggestions for improving academic skills Careers that match interests Indicators of college readiness National Average Composite Score EXPLORE: 14.9 PLAN: 17.5 ACT: 21.1
Areas to Improve Many students find themselves – Behind grade level based on the EXPLORE test results – Not at the academic level they had hoped for The EXPLORE test results gives students – Specific strategies on how to raise academic levels Many students raise their academic level by – Implementing strategies suggested in the EXPLORE results In future lessons, we will – Examine strategies to improve academic performance
Update Readiness Rubric What EXPLORE test areas are you meeting? – Math, Science, English, Reading Set a goal on the back of the Readiness Rubric sheet
Post-Test 1.The EXPLORE test shows your academic strengths and weaknesses in what four areas? 2.What does the EXPLORE test give you suggestions for? 3.The EXPLORE test provides important information to help students do well on what test at the end of high school?
Review 1.The Explore test shows your academic strengths and weaknesses in – Reading, English, Math and Science 2.The Explore test give you suggestions for – Improving academic skills 3.The Explore prepares students for the – ACT test