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rgoin
Posted 9/25/2007 3:42 PM (#1642)
Subject: 6 week test


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Have any of you given your six week tests? If you have, how are your students doing?
dhays
Posted 9/25/2007 9:08 PM (#1643 - in reply to #1642)
Subject: RE: 6 week test
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I am giving all my 6 week assessments on Wednesday, Sept 26. I am using the CPS on all of them so I will report back rather quickly and let you know how they performed.
rtallent
Posted 9/26/2007 9:48 PM (#1648 - in reply to #1643)
Subject: RE: 6 week test
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My students did rather well. Their performance on the assessments was a good reflection of their classroom performance. Those who participate in class and complete homework scored 75% or above. However, most of what I assessed was review material so maybe those results are skewed. I will do a complete item analysis this weekend and post on item analysis next week.
ldewees
Posted 9/27/2007 2:58 PM (#1649 - in reply to #1648)
Subject: RE: 6 week test
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How much are you making the OR problem worth on Alg 1. There are 4 things to do on the OR, but is it fair to make it worth 4 points? I can't decide. What are you all doing?
rtallent
Posted 9/27/2007 4:02 PM (#1651 - in reply to #1649)
Subject: RE: 6 week test
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i made it worth 2 points
ldewees
Posted 9/28/2007 8:14 AM (#1652 - in reply to #1642)
Subject: RE: 6 week test
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That's what Joe was thinking, too. Easy problem to fix with the grades on mine....
ccprek
Posted 10/1/2007 11:34 AM (#1659 - in reply to #1652)
Subject: RE: 6 week test
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My kids did well also and I counted the open response as four points. Everyone attempted it and most got at least two of the points. This made it an even 20.
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