Original publisher: Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Dept. of Education, 2007. OCLC Number: (OCoLC)173190417 Subject: High school seniors -- Reading -- United States -- Evaluation. Excerpt: ... NAEP Reading Item Map 500 Range of Reading Performance 390 391 Explain symbolic significance of setting The item map is a useful tool for better understanding what it means to perform 380 380 Make intertextual connection based on common message at different levels on the reading scale. The left side of the map shows the ed scores that de? ne the lower boundaries vanc 370 of the Basic, Pro? cient, and Advanced d 369 Interpret and explain distinction between text Aideas achievement levels. The right side 367 Use theme to provide explanation of character's motivation 367 Recognize author's use of dialogue to reveal character lists descriptions of some selected 360 assessment questions that fall at various 358 Identify how author attempts to appeal to readers levels on the 0 - 500 scale. Retrieving 356 Interpret author's belief and provide supporting examples information from a highly detailed 350 document ( 286 on the scale ) is an example of the knowledge and skills 346 Use multiple parts of document text to provide inferences 346 associated with performance at the Basic 344 Specify language that depicts character's emotional state 340 achievement level. Making a critical judgment about a detailed document 336 Make and explain critical judgment of document and explaining their reasoning ( 336 ) is 330 330 Identify text feature defining relation between characters an example of the skills and knowledge t 327 Understand multiple purposes for document demonstrated by students performing at icien the Pro? cient level. Note that several f 323 Provide example of difference between two Proeditorials 320 examples of performance below the Basic level are included. For example, students who perform below Basic are 31...Original publisher: Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Dept. of Education, 2007.
|Title||:||12th-Grade Reading and Mathematics 2005|
|Publisher||:||Books LLC - 2011-10|