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  • rd 3 Grade State Testing
  • ELA- April 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Total 3 11 Reading Writing 2 Passages 5 1 MultipleChoice Questions 30 7 37 ShortResponse Questions 3 5 8 ExtendedResponse Questions 1 1 2 Total Number of Literary Passages 4-7 Total Number of Informational Passages 4-7
  • ELA- April 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Total 3 11 Reading Writing 2 Passages 5 1 MultipleChoice Questions 30 7 37 ShortResponse Questions 3 5 8 ExtendedResponse Questions 1 1 2 Total Number of Literary Passages 4-7 Total Number of Informational Passages 4-7
  • ELA This Year… • Speaking and listening is no longer being assessed • All text passages will be authentic and worthwhile to read (may be excerpts) • Assesses: – Reading Standards : • Key Ideas • Craft and Structure • Integration of Knowledge – Writing Standards: • Text Types and Purposes • Production and Distribution of Writing – Language Standards • Conventions of Standard English • Knowledge of Language • Vocabulary Acquisition and Use
  • Multiple-Choice Questions • Assesses Common Core Reading and Language Standards • Students might be asked to: – Analyze different aspects of a given text – Identify central idea – Character and plot development – Style elements – Vocabulary
  • Which detail about Mlaika helps explain the strange sounds she was making? A She was an African elephant. B She lived in Kenya. C She lived near a highway. D She was ten years old. Read the sentence from paragraph 7. When they are kept outside of their natural environment, they may copy unusual sounds. What is the meaning of “environment” in this sentence? A the work a person or animal does B the place a person or animal lives C the family a person or animal has D the noise a person or animal makes www.engageny.org
  • Short and Extended Response • • Short Response – – Extended Response – – Maximum of 2 pts Partial credit is given Ex: As she waits her turn, how does Taylor feel about jumping off the diving board? Use two details from the story to support your answer. Maximum of 4 pts Partial credit is given Ex: Thomas’s mood changes from the beginning of the story to the end. How does Thomas feel at the beginning of the story? How does he feel at the end? Why does his mood change? Use details from the story to support your response. In your response, be sure to • explain how Thomas feels at the beginning of the story • explain how Thomas feels at the end of the story • explain why his mood changes • use details from the story to support your response www.engageny.org www.engageny.org
  • Math- April 30th, May 1st, May 2nd Book Number of MultipleChoice Questions Number of ShortResponse Questions Number of ExtendedResponse Questions Total Number of Questions 1 24 0 0 24 2 24 0 0 24 3 0 5 3 8 Total 48 5 3 56
  • Math Common Core Instructional Shifts Content Standards • Operations & Algebraic Thinking • Number & Operations in Base Ten • Number & Operations Fractions • Measurement & Data • Geometry • Students will engage in rigorous tasks requiring: – fluency with computation – application of mathematical understandings and application of the mathematical practices – deep understanding of concepts
  • Multiple-Choice The number of objects described in which situation can be represented by 24 ÷ 4? A There are 24 boxes with 4 pencils in each box. B There are 24 people on a bus, and 4 people get off the bus. C There are 24 marbles that need to be sorted into 4 equal groups. D There are 24 books on a shelf, and 4 more books are put on the shelf The Rogers family drove a total of 482 miles, starting on Friday and ending on Sunday. They drove 138 miles on Friday and 225 miles on Saturday. How many miles did they drive on Sunday? A B C D 119 121 363 745 www.engageny.org
  • Ways to Support at Home ELA • Have your child read for an extended period of time to build stamina • Ask your child questions about what they are reading to deepen their comprehension • Read a variety of genres with your child • Have your child show you details from the text when answering questions about what they are reading Math • Ask students to predict the answer given the question • Paraphrasing can help a child make sense of a problem and question • Practice writing clear and concise mathematical explanations • Ask students how many steps this problem requires. What will be your first step?