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NORTH CAROLINA READY EOG
Information Night
Olde Providence Elementary
April 2, 2014
WELCOME
We are glad that you are here to receive
valuable information about the READY EOG.
AGENDA
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Test Information
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Academic Strategies and Helpful Hints
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Ms. Runyon, Assistant Principal and School Testing Coordinator
Mrs. Daniels, Academic Facilitator
Grade Level Break Out Sessions
3rd: MPR
 4th: Ms. Harmon/Ms. Carswell
 5th: Ms. Moritz
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2012-2013
Total School Composite: 74.8%
Test
2012-13
Percent
Proficient
Math 3
69.5%
Math 4
77.9%
Math 5
81.1%
Math 3-5
76.6%
Test
Reading 3
75.0%
Reading 4
69.7%
Reading 5
68.9%
Reading 3-5
70.9%
2012-13 Percent
Proficient
Test
Science 5
2012-13
Percent
Proficient
80.3%
IMPORTANT TEST DATES
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May 23rd
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May 26th
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Reading
May 29th
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Memorial Day Holiday (no school)
May 28th
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Science (5th grade)
Math
May 30th-June 10th
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Make-up Testing/3rd Grade Re-test
ATTENDANCE
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Please ensure that your student is here on
time each day
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Testing will begin promptly at 8:45 AM
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Dress comfortably
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Make sure your child had plenty of sleep the
night before and a healthy breakfast the day
of testing
NOTABLE CHANGES
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Re-testing for 3rd Grade students only
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Score Reporting
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Immediate
New Achievement Levels
Achievement Level
Meets On-GradeLevel Proficiency
Standard
Meets College-andCareer Readiness
Standard
Level 5
Superior Command of
knowledge and skills
Yes
Yes
Level 4
Solid Command
of knowledge and
skills
Yes
Yes
Level 3
Sufficient Command of
knowledge and skills
Yes
No
Level 2
Partial Command
of knowledge and
skills
No
No
Level 1
Limited Command
of knowledge and
skills
No
No
ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL 3
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Students performing at this level have a
sufficient command of grade-level
knowledge and skills contained in the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
assessed, but they may need academic
support to engage successfully in this
content area in the next grade level.
They are prepared for the next grade
level but are not yet on track for
college- and-career readiness without
additional academic support.
READING/LANGUAGE ARTS
Domain
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Reading for
Literature
32–37%
30–34%
36-40%
Reading for
Information
41–45%
45–49%
37-41%
Language
20–24%
19–21%
21-25%
Total
100%
100%
100%
All questions are multiple choice.
Maximum testing time is 4 hours.
Released test items:
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/releasedforms
READING ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL
RANGES
Grade
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
3
≤431
432-438
439-441
442-451
≥452
4
≤438
439-444
445-447
448-459
≥460
5
≤442
443-449
450-452
453-463
≥464
MATH
Grade
Goal 1
Number and
Operations
Goal 2
Measurement
Goal 3
Geometry
Goal 4
Data Analysis and
Probability
Goal 5
Algebra
3
35 – 40%
18 – 21 Questions
10 – 12%
5 – 6 Questions
12 – 15%
6 – 8 Questions
12 – 15%
6 – 8 Questions
20 – 25%
10 – 13 Questions
4
35 – 40%
18 – 21 Questions
10 – 12%
5 – 6 Questions
10 – 12%
5 – 6 Questions
15 – 18 %
8 – 9 Questions
20 – 25%
10 – 13 Questions
5
20 – 25%
10 – 13 Questions
10 – 15%
5 – 8 Questions
25 – 30%
13 – 16 Questions
10 – 15%
5 – 8 Questions
20 – 25%
10 – 13 Questions
Grade
Total Questions
Calculator Active
Number (%)
Calculator Inactive
Number (%)
3
82
54 (66%)
28 (34%)
4
82
54 (66%)
28 (34%)
5
82
54 (66%)
28 (34%)
Released test items:
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/releasedforms
MATH
ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL RANGES
Grade
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
3
≤439
440-447
448-450
451-459
≥460
4
≤440
441-448
449-450
451-459
≥460
5
≤440
441-448
449-450
451-459
≥460
MATH
Maximum testing time is 4 hours.
Questions for grades 3 and 4 are all multiple choice.
Students will complete the calculator inactive section before the
calculator active section.
As a student completes the calculator inactive section, he or she will
request a calculator from the test administrator and continue with the
calculator active section.
5TH GRADE MATH
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Will include some constructed response
(grid-in) questions in the calculator inactive
section
All of the constructed response questions
have a single numeric answer
Questions on the calculator active section are
all multiple choice
Practice for grid-ins may be found at:
http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/accountability/
Scroll down to “Guidelines, Practice and Examples for
Math Gridded Response Items”
Released test items:
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/releasedforms
5TH GRADE SCIENCE
Unifying Concept
Forces and Motion
Matter: Properties and Change
Energy: Conservation and Transfer
Earth Systems, Structures, and
Processes
Structures and Functions of Living
Organisms
Ecosystems
Evolution and Genetics
Total
Grade 5
13–15%
12–14%
11–13%
15–17%
Grade / Subject
Total items
5 General
75
14–16%
14–16%
13–15%
100%
Maximum testing time is 4 hours.
All science assessments will be paper/pencil.
Released test items:
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/releasedforms
SCIENCE
ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL RANGES
Grade
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
5
≤241
242-248
249-251
252-262
≥263
COMMON EXAMS/MSLS
4th Grade Science and Social Studies
 5th Grade Social Studies
 At this time, we do not plan to administer
the Common Exams.
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PREPARING YOUR STUDENT
THE READING EOG!
FOR
For the next SIX weeks make it a family goal
to LIMIT TV and screen time.
 Read with your child!
 Nothing can replace an adult reading with a
child that can stop and explain a word or
event in a story.
 Provide a calm, structured reading time
where your child can gain knowledge and
confidence.
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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD WITH READING
COMPREHENSION IN THE NEXT SIX WEEKS?
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You can help your child with vocabulary and
inferencing skills.
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These are two areas where students struggle the
most.
Each grade level will provide question stems
to help facilitate discussion about a text.
VOCABULARY
Vocabulary includes unknown words,
multiple-meaning words, antonyms, idioms,
metaphors, and similes
 Context Clues
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Anchor Chart
INFERENCING
Making an EDUCATED guess using what
you know & what you read in the story!
Being a good detective & using clues from
the reading!
 Great Texts to use to help teach inferencing
skills
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Graphic Novels
 Cartoons
 Sunday paper
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WHAT
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CAN
I
READ WITH MY CHILD?
FREE RESOURCES
Various states have released tests for passages:
NC,TN, FL, CA, VA
Google: released tests and the state
These samples will show you a good example of
text on your child’s grade level.
Read a novel together
Folktales, fables, myths and poetry
Articles with visual text (charts, diagrams,
pictures)
More resources are available on Amanda
Daniels’s Wiki:
http://amandadaniels.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/
READ ALOUD TO YOUR CHILD!
MOMS AND DADS!!!
The Read Aloud Handbook
QUESTIONS
Please write your question on the note card
provided.
 We will post a Frequently Asked Questions
document on the OP website
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FAQs for Reading, Math and Science
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/
BREAK OUT SESSIONS
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3rd Grade
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4th Grade
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MPR
Ms. Harmon/Ms. Carswell
5th Grade
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Ms. Moritz
Good Cause Exemptions and
Alternate Proficiency Measures
• Limited English Proficient students
• Students with IEPs that include alternate assessments
and reading interventions (EXTEND 1 and EXTEND 2)
• Proficiency on an alternate assessment after EOG or
summer reading camp
• Previously retained more than once
• Proficiency through a reading portfolio
• MAP score of 197
• TRC Level P
• BOG score of 442
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Plan for Successful Reading
Development of Retained Students
• If your child does not demonstrate reading proficiency
they will be able to attend CMS Summer Reading Camp.
• At the end of CMS Summer Reading Camp, if your child
does not demonstrate reading proficiency, your child will
be promoted to 4th grade with a retention label and
receive additional intensive reading support during the
following school year.
• If your child does not demonstrate reading proficiency,
and does not attend CMS Summer Reading Camp, they
will be retained in 3rd grade.
*
Students who
attend CMS
Summer Camp
QUESTIONS

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