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RLA: Reasoning Through Language Arts

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Transcript of RLA: Reasoning Through Language Arts

Extended Response
Section 2:
45 minutes
Typing 25 wpm @ least
Argumentative Format
Every day informational text stimulus
Scored on 3 trait rubric; 12 total points making up 20% of total score on test
Planning: Lesson Prep
Interdisciplinary lesson aligning with Performance Indicators
Practice at approriate DOK Levels
Differentiating Instruction for multi level needs, including documented accommodations
Formative & Summative assessments to track progress
Print and technolgy resources
What do we need to know about the test format
Timing & Number of questions
Item Types
DOK Levels & Content distribution
Scoring

Lesson Prep
RLA: Reasoning Through Language Arts
GED 2014
Extended Response
Test Format
structure: The Balance
Timing/Items/Scoring
150 mins: 3 sections
Includes 45 mins for Extended Response (time starts when item is displayed on monitor)
3 sections: 10 minute break between Section 2 & 3 (2 = Extended Response & 25 WPM is recommended)
Item types: Pull down menu, Drag & Drop, Multiple Choice (4 choices), Fill in the Blank, & Extended Response
Minimum score needed is 150; approximately 20% of score is the Extended Response (12 points)
Reading Content

75 % Non Fiction, Informational text covering work place items, social studies and science topics
25 % Fictional Content ranging
reading levels 9-11, Lexile score
855-1200
NO POETRY
Texts 400-900 words
Language Arts Content
Edit in text for the following:

Capitalization and punctuation
Sentence structure
Word Choice, Homonyms, and Possessives
Content organization
Performance Level Indicators
Use Indicators (derived from target Assessments) to guide lesson plan
DOK
Guided & Independent practice should focus on level 2 & 3
Differentiate Instructional Strategies
Know reading level and learning style

Create lessons with varying activities, whole group, small group, & independent practice
Formative & Summative Assessment
Track progress through multiple tools
Use Performance Indicator Check off list to show Mastery
Resources: Print & Technology

1.
Writing 1, 2, & 3 4. Supplemental
2. Kaplan Big Book 5. from internet
3. Scoreboost 6. Read to Know

Tools for Prep
WINkeys
OPT
GED Academy (pilot facilities only)
Keyblaze
Speedstudy Math 8
Speedstudy Grammar
Videos: Histories, Science, Youtube
KET: PBS literacy link
Prompt & Student Expectation
Prompt

The article presents arguments from both supporters and critics of lowering the legal drinking age to 18 who disagree about the change’s impact on safety, adult rights, and learning to drink responsibly.

In your response,
ANALYZE

both positions
presented in the article to
DETERMINE

which
one is
best supported
.
USE

relevant and specific evidence from the article
to support your response.

3 TRAIT RUBRIC
Trait 1
: Analysis of Arguments and Use of Evidence
Trait 2
: Development of Ideas and Structure
Trait 3
: Clarity and Command of Standard English
4 PARAGRAPH Response
Resources
CBT Testing
Educators' Journey to Learners' Success
Presentation by Danielle Sauer (CRC)
danielle.sauer@odrc.state.oh.us
CEA 2014 Conference
Dayton, OH
Q & A
Additional Resources

https://www.gedtestingservices.com/testers/rlalink
https://www.lexile.com/analyzer
https://www.readworks.org
www.gutenberg.com
Prewriting
Extended Response
https://lexile.com
www.online-utility.com.org
https://newsela.com
www.knowledgeunlimited.com/readtoknow.html
adulted.about.com
www.newreaderspress.com/Item.aspx?herld=3208
newreaderspress.com also offers correlation for Scoreboost
www.passged.com/educators
Blended Learning: Print Materials & Software
Essential Education
Practice Skills in Test ike Format
Practice Skills in Test Like Format
Practice Skills in Test Like Format
PUBLISHERS
New Readers Press
GED Level: Best used to prepare after performance indicators are met or to check off at mastery learned
PGED/GED level practice for 3 trait scoring
GED level: Print practice tests & skill review
21st Century Learners
need differentiated instruction to address the multi level learners & diverse learning styles found in a single class.

So, What does this mean in terms of resources
Technology enhanced lessons: Computers, tablets, mp3 players, interactive, digital boards (i.e.smartboards), ELMO, even distance learning sessions

Multiple print resources: Textbooks, workbooks, online content printed as supplemental materials, library resources
https://www.nea.org/tools/LessonPlans.html
www.nwp.org
www.readwritethink.org
https://teal.ed.gov/documents/TEAL_JustWriteGuide.pdf
www.coabe.org
www.reading.org/General/Default.aspx
http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=1387298
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