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					WELCOME
 What to expect….
 Test  Items: All subject areas
 Reading
   - approx. 50 items - 8 selections
   - Focus on reading comprehension
 Math
  - Number and Operations, Measurement,
    Geometry, Algebra, and Data & Probability
  - 82 items: Calculator Inactive 28 (34%)
     Calculator Active 54 (66%)
Websites for Sample Items
 http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/tes
  ting/eog/sampleitems/reading
 http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/tes
  ting/eog/sampleitems/math
 http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/tes
  ting/eog/sampleitems/science
Interpreting EOG Scores
 Lastyear’s scores
 Achievement Levels:
   Level 1 - insufficient mastery
   Level 2 - inconsistent mastery
   Level 3 - performing at mastery &
    prepared for the next grade
   Level 4 - superior mastery beyond
    expectations for grade level work
Dates
 EOG May 18-20
 EOG Remediation and Retake 1 May 21-28
Remediation and Retake Procedures


 Students not making a level III or IV will be
  required to retake the EOG.
 Intense remediation will occur between the EOG
  and EOG retake
  YEAR-LONG SCHOOL
 County Math tests using ClassScapes
  PREPARATIONS
 County  Reading tests using ClassScapes
 Small group instruction, flexible grouping
 Literacy Stations to review previous skills

 Coaching books

 Blast Off!

 North Carolina EOG Samples

 Test Ready

 Math Series NC EOG workbooks

 Study Island
 Accelerated Reader/Reader’s Wheel
 Accelerated Math
 HOME PREPARATION
• Monitor Homework for accuracy
• Continue reviewing and correcting papers
   that your child brings home
• Continue to monitor the weekly newsletters
• Expose your child to various forms of
 literature:
 Fiction     Non-fiction    Magazines Poetry
 Recipes     Newspapers Comic Books How-to’s
HOME PREPARATION
    Research shows that reading every night in
    addition to regularly scheduled classroom
    assignments improves reading ability.
•How do you think the author wants you to feel
about…?
•Based on this passage, what would be the best
 thing to do next?
•What is the main idea of this passage?
•What is the author's main purpose in this passage?
•What experience have you had that is most like that
of the main character?
•The lesson in this story is similar to the lesson learned
in which fairy tale?
 HOME PREPARATION
Study Island
     The objectives on Study Island are based
      on the standard course of study that 3rd-5th grade
      teachers are using to prepare for the EOG tests.
     The blue ribbon on the Math Pretest and Reading
      Pretest simply means completion of diagnostic test.
     Separate objectives only receive a blue ribbon if
      mastery of 80% or above is achieved.
     If less than 80% an arrow coming down will notify
      them that they need to practice the skill some more
      by doing the assignment again. Then a blue ribbon
      may be awarded for success on the second try.
      There may even be more tries until mastery is
      achieved.
     Objectives can be skipped by moving the check
      mark.
QUESTIONS?

				
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