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Highland PARCC Presentation

Black Horse Pike Regional School District's Back to School Night, 2014
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Marcie Geyer

on 28 September 2016

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Transcript of Highland PARCC Presentation

Students will be provided an exhibit sheet.
A Guide to PARCC

Mrs. Lynne Sireci
Mrs. Marcie Geyer
Mrs. Melissa Sheppard
Ms. Elizabeth Petitte
Mrs. Kasha Giddens
Mrs. Lori Hunt
Ms. Tara Wood


PARCC Overview
The
Mathematics Section
NJSLS
English
Language Arts
WHY PARCC?

District Math Supervisor:
District Language Arts Supervisor:
Principal, Triton High School:
Principal, Highland High School:
Principal, Timber Creek High School:
Mathematics Instructional Coach:
Language Arts Literacy Coach:
Mathematics



English Language Arts
Scoring rubric in Mathematics is the following:
Level 5: Distinguished Command
Level 4: Strong Command
Level 3: Moderate Command
Level 2: Partial Command
Scoring
Questions
Preparation

PARCC ASSESSMENT WILL INCLUDE SHORT & EXTENDED RESPONSE ITEMS, PERFORMANCE BASED TASKS & TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED ITEMS; Type I,II,III

PARCC will provide calculator use on some questions.
Updated Curriculum aligned to the NJSLS and PLD's
PARCC Resource Problems
Practice PARCC assessments on line
District Mathematics Benchmarks
Formative & Summative Assessments
Literary
Analysis
Research Simulation Task
Literacy Across the Curriculum:
Narrative Task
Important Text Elements
requires
close readings
of complex texts
Each text is followed by:
Multiple choice questions that require use of evidence
A writing assignment that requires synthesis of ideas from two texts
Students:
read
three
texts,
answer multiple choice questions, &
write a
research essay
that synthesizes information from all texts.
Complex texts
Multiple Texts
Identification of Text Evidence
Use of Text Evidence
ANNOTATION for active and close reading
Writing Workshop
Socratic Seminar
Vocabulary-in-Context Learning

Title 1 Services
Math tutoring will be available 9:15am - 1:15 pm, 5 days a week.

Reading Specialists host Literacy Lab sessions every day.
PARCC in Mathematics
Superintendent: Dr. Brian Repici
PARCC ASSESSMENT
ELA-April 24
Math-May 8
* Consists of K-12 standards in
Mathematics
(Mathematical Framework),
English Language Arts
(ELA), &
Literacy
(
History, Science, Technical Subjects)
* Focuses on college and career readiness
New Jersey Student Learning Standards (NJSLS)
for ELA & Math


Literary Analysis Task


Narrative Task


Research Simulation Task (RST)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA): 9th, 10th, 11th
* Based on complex informational and literary texts
* Sequenced questions that require deeper engagement with texts
Highland & Triton
Examples of texts:
Informational articles, charts, videos, audio recordings, photographs...
ALGEBRA 1
GEOMETRY
ALGEBRA II
English, History, Science, & Technical Subjects
Text Complexity
Textual Evidence
Content-Rich Non-Fiction
Numbers & Quantity
Algebra
Functions
Geometry
Statistics & Probability
Modeling

requires
close readings
of complex texts
Each text is followed by:
Multiple choice questions that require use of evidence

A writing assignment that requires students to write a story, detail a scientific process, write a historical account of important figures, or describe an account of events, scenes, or objects
requires
close readings
of complex texts
Connecting the Standards for Mathematical Practices to the Standards for Mathematical Content.
Pathway Summary for Algebra 1, Geometry & Algebra 2
Each PARCC assessment is administered in multiple sections called units. The designed tests are composed of 3 units for ELA and 3 units for Math.
3 units
Each unit is 90 minutes
Types of Questions
Evidenced-Based Selected Response (EBSR)
Part A Question: Which statement accurately describes the relationship between two central ideas in the biography “Abigail Smith Adams”?

Part B Question: Which two sentences from “Abigail Smith Adams” best support the answer to Part A?

Technology-Enhanced Constructed Response(TECR)
Part A Question: Select the claim that both Abigail Adams and John Adams make in their letters and
drag
it into the box labeled CLAIM.

Part B Question: Choose two quotations, one from each letter, that provide evidence for the claim made by both Abigail and John Adams.
Drag
each quotation into the appropriate evidence box above.

Prose-Constructed Response (PCR)
a.k.a "Essay"
Both John and Abigail Adams believed strongly in freedom and independence. However, their letters suggest that each of them understood these terms differently based on their experiences.

Write an essay that explains their contrasting views on the concepts of freedom and independence. In your essay, make a claim about the idea of freedom and independence and how John and Abigail Adams add to that understanding and/or how each illustrates a misunderstanding of freedom and independence. Support your response with textual evidence and inferences drawn from all three sources.

Algebra 1:>=750 (lv 4)
Geometry:>=725(lv 3)
Algebra 2:>=725 (lv 3)
Director of Curriculum: Mr. Matthew Szuchy
Supervisor of Assessment & Research: Mrs. Mary Baratta
Narrative & Informational Texts
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