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  1. Ponchatoula Junior High School iLEAP/LEAP NIGHT Monday, March 10, 2014

  2. Welcome I hope you receive valuable information tonight that will help your child do the very best he or she can on the Social Studies section of the iLEAP or LEAP test.

  3. Purpose of iLEAP Night: • Break Down of Test • Types of Questions • Dates • How We are Preparing Students • How Parents Can Prepare • Resources

  4. Social Studies 7th Grade • The Social Studies test is a criterion-reference test that includes items based entirely on Louisiana’s social studies content standards. • The test has forty (40) multiple-choice items of an interrogatory stem of four answer options. These items assess knowledge, conceptual understanding, and application of skills presented in the GLEs. • The Social Studies test is untimed. 60 minutes is the suggested time allowed.

  5. Social Studies 7th Grade Task • The students will have 4 documents to analyze. • They will have to answer 4 multiple-choice questions relating to the documents. (1 Point Each) • They students will have to write a multi-paragraph essay to answer a question. • They must cite evidence from the documents in their essays. • This will be worth 4 points • They will have estimated time of 45 minutes to complete the task.

  6. 7th Grade Social Studies Task

  7. Social Studies Test Specifications for 7th Grade

  8. Levels of Achievement 7th Grade

  9. Dates 7th Grade • Monday, April 7, 2014 – Math • Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - ELA Writing and Research • Wednesday, April 9, 2014 – ELA Reading and Responding and Science Multiple Choice Thursday, April 10, 2014 – Science Task and Social Studies

  10. Social Studies 8th Grade • The Social Studies test is a criterion-reference test that includes items based entirely on Louisiana’s social studies content standards. • The test has sixty (60) multiple-choice items of an interrogatory stem of four answer options. These items assess knowledge, conceptual understanding, and application of skills presented in the GLEs. • The Social Studies test is untimed. 170 minutes is the suggested time allowed.

  11. Social Studies 8th Grade Constructive Response • Students will have to analyze illustration, passage, or document. • They will have to write short answers (1 – 3 sentences) to answer the question given. • Each constructive response will have 4 sections and will be worth 4 points.

  12. Social Studies 8th Grade Task • The students will have 4 documents to analyze. • They will have to answer 4 multiple-choice questions relating to the documents. (1 Point Each) • They students will have to write a multi-paragraph essay to answer a question. • They must cite evidence from the documents in their essays. • This will be worth 4 points • They will have estimated time of 45 minutes to complete the task.

  13. Social Studies 8th Test Structure

  14. Test Specifications for Social Studies 8th Grade

  15. Levels of Achievement 8th Grade

  16. Dates 8th Grade • Tuesday, March 18, 2013 Writing for ELA and Constructive Response for Math • Monday, April 7, 2014 – ELA (Reading and Responding, Research and Language) • Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - Math • Wednesday, April 9, 2014 – Science • Thursday, April 10, 2014 – Social Studies

  17. How We Are Preparing Students: • WAC (Writing Across the Curriculum) • DBQ (Document Based Questions) • Stations (Student Centered) • Smart Board activities • Louisiana Pass • Daily Bell Ringers • Quiz Bowl

  18. How Parents Can Prepare • Review Materials Daily • Well Rested • Healthy Breakfast • Be on Time • Calm Mornings

  19. Websites: • http://mrnussbaum.com/history/ • http://playinghistory.org • http://www.neok12.com/ • http://www.history.org/kids/games/ • http://www.havefunwithhistory.com/activities/ • http://www.eduplace.com/kids/socsci/books/applications/imaps/maps/g5s_u5/ • www.louisianapass.org

  20. Closing: • Questions