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NYS English Regents

This provides a basic overview of the test, plus some step-by-step guidelines for the written sections.
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Clarence LaParr

on 18 February 2013

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Transcript of NYS English Regents

Scoring 100% 60% 70% 80% 90% Reading 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Listening Section You will listen to a speech and answer some questions. Structure of the Exam Four Parts to the Test Part 3: Reading for Literary Analysis One passage will be a short story
"excerpt" AND the other will be a
poem. [TYPICALLY] Part 2: Reading Comprehension Two Passages 85% is Mastery Level Performance NYS English Regents The Test is Scored Using
a
Special Grid

We are looking for at least...

22/25 Multiple Choice
8/10 Writing

22,8 = approximately 82 Part 1: Listening
Part 2: Reading
Part 3: Reading Literature
Part 4: Academic Writing You will hear the speech twice You will have to take some notes and listen carefully. This will test your focus! Most of the time this will be about a historical figure OR a current world event...FACTS, STATS, NAMES... They will be about the same topic The authors will share a similar opinion about the topic... The opinion (perspective) that the authors share is called the CONTROLLING IDEA Facts and Details

Word Meanings and Phrases

Structures and Author's Purpose One Informational
Passage...

One Literary
Passage... READ AND ANNOTATE
the TEXTS!

When the questions give
line numbers, read above,
at, and below the line
numbers...CONTEXT CLUES THINK OF THIS AS OPEN BOOK - USE THE TEXTS WHERE WE NEED TO BE You Must Pass to Graduate. THINK of LITERARY ELEMENTS Mr. LaParr's Ideal Classroom
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