STANFORD ACHIEVEMENT TESTPARENT MEETINGSPANISH LAKE ELEMENTARYGRADES K, 1 & 2PRESENTED BY: CAROLINA TORRES &              ...
PARENT GUIDE TO SAT-10   Test Dates: April 10th & 11th, 2012 (make-up 4/12 & 4/13)   SAT 10 - Reading Comprehension and ...
TESTING SCHEDULE                   3
WHAT IS THE SAT - 10 The SAT–10 is used to measure student achievement in reading and mathematics in grades K-2. The   S...
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SCORES?Two types of scores   Percentile scores    Range from 1% - 99% (50% is national a...
KINDERGARTEN SESAT 2                 SENTENCE READING SUBTEST                  MEASURES STUDENTS’ ABILITY                ...
CONTENT CLUSTER: PREDICTABLE TEXT
CONTENT CLUSTER: ONSET-RIME
CONTENT CLUSTER: SIMPLE SENTENCE
FIRST GRADE READING SAT  Two Sentence Stories  Cloze  Short Passages with Questions   Literary   Informational   Fun...
TWO SENTENCE STORIES
CLOZE
SHORT PASSAGE WITH QUESTIONS
SECOND GRADE READING SATTypes of text:  •Literary      • Stories, fables, fairytales  •Informational      • Science, Socia...
LITERARY
INFORMATIONAL
FUNCTIONAL
USING THE SAT-TASK CARDS
TIPS TO HELP YOUR CHILD’STEST SCORES Read for at least 20-30 minutes a day. Get a good nights sleep the night before tes...
EVERYDAY READING OPPORTUNITIES:   Cereal Box   Newspaper   Fast food paper bag   Phonebook   Addressed & stamped enve...
HELPFUL WEBSITES:   www.explorereadingandmath.org    (tonight’s presentation will be posted)Educational websites for prim...
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SAT Presentation - Spanish Lake Elementary

  1. 1. STANFORD ACHIEVEMENT TESTPARENT MEETINGSPANISH LAKE ELEMENTARYGRADES K, 1 & 2PRESENTED BY: CAROLINA TORRES & MARTHA VARGAS
  2. 2. PARENT GUIDE TO SAT-10 Test Dates: April 10th & 11th, 2012 (make-up 4/12 & 4/13) SAT 10 - Reading Comprehension and Mathematics: Problem Solving subtests – 1st and 2nd only. SESAT 2 – Kindergarten - Reading and Math It is critical that all students be present on the day of the test. The students will feel more comfortable in their own homeroom with their homeroom teacher.
  3. 3. TESTING SCHEDULE 3
  4. 4. WHAT IS THE SAT - 10 The SAT–10 is used to measure student achievement in reading and mathematics in grades K-2. The SAT–10  Multiple choice  Data used to compare student nationwide
  5. 5. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SCORES?Two types of scores  Percentile scores Range from 1% - 99% (50% is national average)  Stanine scores  Range from 1 (low) to 9 (high)
  6. 6. KINDERGARTEN SESAT 2  SENTENCE READING SUBTEST MEASURES STUDENTS’ ABILITY TO COMPREHEND SINGLE, SIMPLE SENTENCES AND TWO RELATED SENTENCES.
  7. 7. CONTENT CLUSTER: PREDICTABLE TEXT
  8. 8. CONTENT CLUSTER: ONSET-RIME
  9. 9. CONTENT CLUSTER: SIMPLE SENTENCE
  10. 10. FIRST GRADE READING SAT  Two Sentence Stories  Cloze  Short Passages with Questions Literary Informational Functional
  11. 11. TWO SENTENCE STORIES
  12. 12. CLOZE
  13. 13. SHORT PASSAGE WITH QUESTIONS
  14. 14. SECOND GRADE READING SATTypes of text: •Literary • Stories, fables, fairytales •Informational • Science, Social Studies, material found in textbooks •Functional • Text about everyday life situations
  15. 15. LITERARY
  16. 16. INFORMATIONAL
  17. 17. FUNCTIONAL
  18. 18. USING THE SAT-TASK CARDS
  19. 19. TIPS TO HELP YOUR CHILD’STEST SCORES Read for at least 20-30 minutes a day. Get a good nights sleep the night before test day. Eat a nutritious breakfast before school. Bring a sweater! Make sure that your child is in school on testing dates. Encourage your child to listen carefully to all test-taking directions given by the teacher and to ask questions about any directions that are unclear. Encourage your child to do his/her best!!!!
  20. 20. EVERYDAY READING OPPORTUNITIES: Cereal Box Newspaper Fast food paper bag Phonebook Addressed & stamped envelope Recipe or easy mix boxes “Waiting room” magazine with educational emphasis Card or board game Book in Spanish Street signs & billboards
  21. 21. HELPFUL WEBSITES: www.explorereadingandmath.org (tonight’s presentation will be posted)Educational websites for primary grades:  www.tickettoread.com  www.riverdeep.dadeschools.net  www.starfall.com Thank you for attending! If you have any other questions feel free to contact us.

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