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Department of Education

English Program


Maribel Arroyo Yauco English Supervisor Sandra Blondet Ponce III English Supervisor Jo - Ann Febles Juana Diaz English Supervisor Tulidania Gonzalez Guayanilla English Supervisor Ivelisse Len Ponce II English Supervisor Dr. Iris Lugo Ponce I English Supervisor Carmen Martnez Santa Isabel English Supervisor Lina Prez Adjuntas English Supervisor Pat Rios Peuelas English Supervisor Ins Rosado Guanica English Supervisor Olga Hernandez Santa Isabel English Teacher


Prof. Iviana Delgado Ponce I English Teacher Barbara Gonzlez Camacho Gunica English Teacher Prof. Olga Hernndez Santa Isabel English Teacher Brenda E. Serrano Santos Gunica English Teacher

EDITORS Dr. Evelyn Veguilla English Program Director Prof. Alvin Ros Jayuya English Supervisor Prof. Luz Selenia Garca Villaba English Supervisor Prof. Aidita Vlez Ortiz Cidra English Supervisor Prof. Mara V. Martnez Bayamn I English Supervisor Luz Magali Ramos Matos Naguabo English Supervisor Patricia Nieves Snchez Caguas II English Supervisor

I. Standard I. Listening/Speaking The student uses the English language to interpret oral input, construct meaning, interact with confidence both verbally and nonverbally, and express ideas effectively in a variety of personal, social, and academic contexts. Instructions. Read story aloud to the students. Have them complete Items 1-11

Amys Birthday Party

When Amy turned four, her Mom and Dad had a surprise birthday party for her. All the family joined the party. It was a pool party at Grandmas house. Amys eyes were as bright as the sun when everyone shouted, Happy Birthday Amy! The weather was excellent. Amy and her cousins went into the pool. They swam, played volleyball, and took turns getting on the floats. Splash, splash! How much fun! At the end of the party, Amy received her birthday presents. They all ate cake and other goods. Thank you Mom and Dad. Thank you Grandma, Amy said as she gave each a big hug and a kiss.

L/S 6.1 Listens and responds during a read aloud from a variety of fiction and text styles to comprehend, identify, and relate to character and setting. Items: 1-2 L/S 6.2 Distinguishes between homophones and identifies figurative language. Items: 3-7 S/L 6.5 States the main idea or topic and important details from learned concepts or read alouds of a variety of expository texts; applies understanding to summarize the text using acquired vocabulary and appropriate language structure. Items: 8-9 S/L 6.4 Applies correct language patterns to identify and organize events in a variety of narrative texts and texts styles.

Item: 10 S/L 6.3 Listens, responds to, and analyzes complex instructions and statements; applies instructions and directions; answers and formulates both closed and open-ended questions in a variety of scenarios. Item: 11 Rubric for Open Ended Question
Demonstrates complete understanding. A complete and correct response is given to the question.

Demonstrates considerable understanding. A less complete but correct response is given to the question

Demonstrates limited understanding. Begins the response correctly but fails to complete correctly and omits important parts of the response.

Demonstrates little or no understanding. The response shows evidence of little understanding and fails to relate ideas to the question.

Demonstrates no understanding . The student just makes an attempt to answer the question.

II. Stand ard 2: Read ing The student uses the reading strategies, literary analysis, and critical thinking skills to construct meaning and develop an understanding as well as an appreciation of a variety of genres of both fiction and nonfiction Stud ents read silently the reading passage Maybe its Not so Bad After All then will answer Items 12-28

R.6.1 Analyzes the text and distinguishes text features to enhance comprehension Item: 12 R.6.2 Applies context clues, reference resources, and other vocabulary expansion strategies to assess word meaning; uses prefixes, suffixes, and root words to determine the meaning of unfamiliar and compound words. Items: 13-16

R.6.3 Distinguishes main character from supporting characters, compares and contrasts character traits, and describes the setting in fiction. Items: 17-18 R.6.4 Sorts and organizes relevant events, identifies cause and effect, makes predictions and inferences, and identifies problem and solution in narrative and expository text. Items: 19-23 R6.5 Explains the differences between fiction and nonfiction; identifies fact and opinion; states main idea or topic and determines important details. Items: 24-28

Oral Fluency Test Test Students individually for oral fluency. I minute per student. Item: 29
Reading time: 1 minute Total number of words: 60 Minimal of correct words: 42 % of achievement: 70 Scoring Example: Total words read: 60 Number of errors: 6 Number of correct words: 60 6 = 54 Accuracy percentage: 54 / 60 = . 9 .9 X 100 = 90%

The Shark My sweet, let me tell you about the shark. Though his eyes are bright, his thought is dark. Hes quiet, that speaks well of him. So does the fact that he can swim. But though he swims without a sound, Wherever he swims he looks around. With those two bright eyes and that one dark thought. John Ciardi

Standard #3 Writing The student effectively communicates to a variety of audiences in all forms of writing through the use of the writing process, proper grammar, and age appropriate expressive vocabulary. W 6.2 Identifies complete sentences, fragments, and run-on sentences; uses a variety of sentence types in writing. Items: 30-32

W 6. 4 Identify elements in descriptive, narrative, and expository forms of writing; uses a variety of sentence types and basic organizational patterns to construct narrative, descriptive, and expository paragraphs. Items: 32- 35

W 6.5 Uses the writing process; applies prewriting strategies to generate ideas; uses the dictionary as an aid in the writing process; identifies spelling, capitalization, and ending punctuation errors. Items: 36-40

Rubric for Item# 40 4

Student answered question in complete sentence ( at least 7 words) Completely related

Student answered question in short form using mostly words or phrases. Few capitalization

Student answered question using mostly isolated words. Major spelling errors

Student does nor write anything or is illegible.

Student answered question in complete sentence. Answer related to the topic. Few

to the topic. Used correct punctuation and capitalization. Minor spelling errors

capitalization or spelling errors

or spelling errors.