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PARCC PD for staff, including PARCC Sample questions and FAQs

PARCC PD for staff, including PARCC Sample questions and FAQs

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  • 1. What is the 1st Question of a PLC?
  • 2. What should kids know and be able to do?
  • 3. What is the 2nd question of a PLC?
  • 4. How will we know if they know it?
  • 5. Is this just an Illinois thing?
  • 6. This is why PARCC claims to be superior to current testing systems
  • 7. K, 1, 2, and 12 still not tested
  • 8. Time Intensive Tests!!
  • 9. 75 and 90 are the two percentages to remember!!
  • 10. Is ACT ‘dead’ as we know it? Is ISAT ‘dead’ as we know it? Is PSAE ‘dead’ as we know it?
  • 11. Tech-based test – are we ready??
  • 12. How can I start to prepare?
  • 13. Suggestions Moving Forward • Continue to teach a rigorous curriculum based on Common Core State Standards • Every teacher a teacher of literacy and critical thinking skills • Spend time on www.parcconline.org and in shared folder • Model Frameworks and Assessment blueprints are very useful • Sign up for the many PARCC/CCSS email lists
  • 14. Question: You have read two stories where one family member saves another. Write an essay describing the mosquito from “Cricket and Cougar” and one of the main characters from “Kira-Kira.” For each character described, • Explain how the thoughts, words, and/or actions of the character help you understand what the character is like • Explain why the character chooses to save his or her family member • Be sure to include specific details from each story
  • 15. What is the purpose of this sentence in paragraph 1: “No roads cross it; ponds and lakes freckle its immensity”? Which other sentence from the story serves a similar purpose? Which statement best explains the central idea of the text? Which statement best helps support the central idea of the text?
  • 16. Guess the grade • The picture shows Mark’s flower garden. • Fill in the blank to make a fraction that represents the part of Mark's garden that is covered with flowers. _____ 8
  • 17. Model Content Frameworks Taking PARCC into your daily lives
  • 18. Micro-Agenda • 5-10 minute ‘quick-close read’ of the your individual framework – Be ready to report out on 3 things that stood out to you – but don’t start sharing yet • One positive • One frustrating • One that provided more ?s than answers
  • 19. SHARE With those around you and look for themes
  • 20. Get excited – share with the whole group
  • 21. Our hopes for the day • You feel acquainted with PARCC • You are aware of major timelines and upcoming events • There has been a clear link made between PARCC, CCSS, and Danielson • Aware of where to get resources • Sense or urgency has increased without stress overload

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