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The Living Environment: Regents Preparation

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  • 1. The Living Environment Regents Regents Preparation Parent Information Meeting Thursday, April 3 rd 2008
  • 2. Welcome and Introductions
    • Thank you for coming this evening!
    • Living Environment Teachers:
    • Amanda Bennett
    • Gerald Ardito
  • 3. What are the Regents anyway?
    • What is the structure of the exam?
    • There are 4 parts (A,B,C,D)
    • Made up of multiple choice and constructed response questions
    • Part D has questions about the 4 state labs
    • What does the test taking actually look like?
    • Students are in their homerooms just like the state ELA and Math exam
  • 4. What happens on the day of the Regents?
    • Breakfast
    • Snacks
    • Floating
    • Both Mr. Ardito and Ms. Bennett will be floating around all the classrooms answering any questions
  • 5. How will the students be prepared?
    • Content throughout the year in an engaging, hands-on manner
    • Practice questions on-going throughout the year
    • Review starting around June 1 st
    • Helping periods
    • After-school sessions
  • 6. How can you help your students prepare?
    • Getting a review book
    • Barron’s Review (red and blue)
    • Practicing frequently and in small doses
    • Having your child come in during helping periods or after school
  • 7. What questions or concerns do you have?
  • 8. Thank you for coming!
  • 9. Helpful Regents Prep Links:
    • http://www.regentsreviewlive.net/rrl/courses/biology.html
    • http://regentsprep.org/Regents/biology/biology.cfm
    • http://www.nysedregents.org/testing/scire/regentlive.html
    • http://www.edusolution.com/regentsquiz/index.htm
    • http://www.barronsregents.com/living-environment-regents.html