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Short Answer Response
Transcript of Short Answer Response
estate the question
nswer the question.
xplain the evidence.
EOC Short Answer Response Questions
by: M. Contreras & G. Ramirez
RACE or RITTE
is a reading comprehension task, and it is scored on content
unless the frequency and/or severity of writing convention errors causes clarity problems.
Students need to answer both a
*Anything written outside of the box will not be graded.
the question carefully
about what the question asks.
What should the response look like?
A = Answer
R = Restate the Question
E = Explain your Evidence
C = Cite your evidence
Raise Insight = 3
Ask yourself did I raise insight?
If you did, great!
If you didn't, revise.
Own that proof
Brackets: [ ]
If you are quoting material and you've had to change the capitalization of a word or change a pronoun to make the material fit into your sentence, enclose that changed letter or word(s) within brackets:
An ellipsis [ … ] comes in handy when you want to omit some words.
Let's take the sentence,
"The ceremony honored twelve brilliant athletes from the Caribbean who were visiting the U.S." and leave out "from the Caribbean who were":
(very limited reading performance)
Partially sufficient response
basic reading performance)
(satisfactory reading performance)
(accomplished reading performance)
estate the question
Is Criticism is a Four Letter Word?
by Steven Frank
In “Is Criticism a Four-Letter Word?,” how does the author feel about criticism?