A Parent’s Online Guide to the EOGs: Understanding the End of Grade Test<br />
Online Lesson Objective<br />At the end of the online tutorial parents will demonstrate their understanding of the fourth ...
What is an EOG?<br />Comprehensive assessment of student performance<br />Evaluation of student learning<br />Assessment o...
What Subjects are Assessed?<br />Reading<br />Math (Calculator Active and Calculator Inactive)<br />Science (5th Grade onl...
Reading<br />Fiction<br />Poetry<br />Non-Fiction<br />Instructional (How To) Articles<br />Click on the book to view a re...
Math<br />Place Value<br />Double Digit Multiplication<br />Fractions<br />Decimals<br />Multistep Word Problems<br />Divi...
How Can I Prepare My Child?<br />Review the North Carolina Standard Course of Study for Math and Reading<br />Use the EOG ...
EOG FAQ<br />How is the EOG scored?<br />Students receive a 1, 2, 3, or 4. Scoring a 3 or 4 are considered to be proficien...
Evaluation Quiz<br />Thank you for your participation.<br />Click here to take the evaluation quiz.<br />Please feel free ...
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This is an online tutorial for fourth grade parents about the North Carolina End of Grade Test.

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A Parent's Online Guide to the EOGs

  1. 1. A Parent’s Online Guide to the EOGs: Understanding the End of Grade Test<br />
  2. 2. Online Lesson Objective<br />At the end of the online tutorial parents will demonstrate their understanding of the fourth grade End of Grade Test by correctly answering 4 out of 5 evaluation questions on the first trial.<br />
  3. 3. What is an EOG?<br />Comprehensive assessment of student performance<br />Evaluation of student learning<br />Assessment of concepts and objectives learned in a particular grade level <br />
  4. 4. What Subjects are Assessed?<br />Reading<br />Math (Calculator Active and Calculator Inactive)<br />Science (5th Grade only)<br />
  5. 5. Reading<br />Fiction<br />Poetry<br />Non-Fiction<br />Instructional (How To) Articles<br />Click on the book to view a released copy of the EOG Reading Test<br />
  6. 6. Math<br />Place Value<br />Double Digit Multiplication<br />Fractions<br />Decimals<br />Multistep Word Problems<br />Division<br />Geometry<br />Click on the calculator to view a released copy of the EOG Math Test<br />
  7. 7. How Can I Prepare My Child?<br />Review the North Carolina Standard Course of Study for Math and Reading<br />Use the EOG Interactive Math Website<br />Practice Reading Comprehension<br />Review class assignments with your child when assignments are sent home<br />
  8. 8. EOG FAQ<br />How is the EOG scored?<br />Students receive a 1, 2, 3, or 4. Scoring a 3 or 4 are considered to be proficient.<br />If my child doesn’t pass the EOG will he/she be retained?<br />No, there are many other factors to consider when discussing promotion or retention<br />How many days does it take for my child to complete the EOGs?<br />Three-One day of reading and two days of math<br />
  9. 9. Evaluation Quiz<br />Thank you for your participation.<br />Click here to take the evaluation quiz.<br />Please feel free to contact me viaemailwith any questions or concerns.<br />

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