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Authority NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:391.4(B).

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Education, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, Office of Student and School Performance, LR 35:

§1923.Grade Span 9-10 Alternate Achievement Level Descriptors

A.Grade Span 9-10 English Language Arts Alternate Achievement Level Descriptors

Exceeds Standard

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to

1.

determine the meaning of a word with a prefix (dis-) or a suffix (-er, -est);

2.

identify the main idea in a passage;

3.

compare or contrast literary elements (e.g., character, character traits, setting) or ideas within a passage;

4.

differentiate fact from opinion in texts;

5.

identify the introduction, supporting details, and conclusion of a written composition;

6.

determine placement of information on a business letter;

7.

identify steps in a set of detailed instructions for a complex procedure or task; and

8.

identify the appropriate graphic organizer to use to locate specific information.

Meets Standard

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to

1.

identify a second word that uses the same prefix (dis-) or a suffix (-er, -est);

2.

identify details, events, or ideas in a passage;

3.

draw a conclusion from information in texts;

4.

identify an opinion in texts;

5.

identify the central idea and supporting details in a composition;

6.

determine placement of information on a letter of request;

7.

identify steps in a detailed set of instructions for an unfamiliar procedure or task; and

8.

respond to a question about information found on a timeline.

Working Toward Standard

Students scoring at this level may exhibit the ability to

1.

identify a word that uses a prefix (dis-) or a suffix (-er, -est);

2.

describe the setting of a passage;

3.

draw an inference from texts;

4.

locate a fact in texts;

5.

identify a central idea in a composition;

6.

determine placement of information on a job application;

7.

identify steps in a detailed set of instructions for a familiar procedure or routine; and

8.

locate specified information on a timeline.

B.Grade Span 9-10 Mathematics Alternate Achievement Level Descriptors

Exceeds Standard

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to

1.

identify a model of a given division or multiplication problem;

2.

solve real-life problems using proportional reasoning;

3.

use visual representations or objects to solve an equation;

4.

determine the area or perimeter of an object using given standard or nonstandard units;

5.

find the horizontal and vertical length of a path between two points on a grid;

6.

recognize a model of a translation;

7.

solve a problem or answer questions using data from a chart or graph;

8.

make predictions about outcomes of daily events; and

9.

reproduce a pattern.

Meets Standard

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to

1.

solve real-world problems using addition or subtraction;

2.

determine the number of objects in two comparison groups;

3.

use visual representations or objects to model an equation;

4.

distinguish between area and perimeter;

5.

select a route from one specific point to another;

6.

recognize and apply positional concepts;

7.

compare data in tables, charts, and/or graphs;

8.

identify events as possible or impossible or likely or unlikely; and

9.

find the missing element in a pattern.

Working Toward Standard

Students scoring at this level may exhibit the ability to

1.

identify a model of one-to-one correspondence;

2.

identify a picture sequence to complete a routine task;

3.

identify locations on a map and/or floor plan;

4.

follow simple spatial directions;

5.

use tables, charts, and/or graphs to locate information in daily activities;

6.

identify the next event in a routine; and

7.

extend a pattern.

Authority NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:391.4(B).

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Education, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, Office of Student and School Performance, LR 35:

§1925.LAA 1 Science Alternate Achievement Level Descriptors

A.LAA 1 Grade 4 Science Alternate Achievement Level Descriptors

Exceeds Standard

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to

1.

ask appropriate questions about organisms or events in the environment;

2.

use appropriate sensory descriptions to communicate about an observation and use an appropriate tool to extend a sensory observation;

3.

identify appropriate safety equipment needed in a specific event;

4.

identify a characteristic, material, or state of matter for sorting a set of objects;

5.

push or pull to move an object to a specific location;

6.

identify uses of energy in common settings;

7.

identify basic needs that are common to both plants and animals;

8.

match plant parts to their functions or parts of the human skeletal system to their functions;

9.

sequence the stages of the life cycle of a bean plant or human growth from birth to adulthood;

10.

match common animals to different habitat types;

11.

select appropriate clothing for specific weather conditions;

12.

identify differences in representations of spring, summer, fall, and winter; and

13.

match multiple human-made items with the natural resources from which they were made.

Meets Standard

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to

1.

select one of the five senses to make a specific observation or the correct tool to use to extend that sense;

2.

recognize the correct use of safety equipment;

3.

sort objects based on a single characteristic, material, or state of matter;

4.

follow directions to push or pull an object;

5.

sort by common uses of energy;

6.

select more than one basic need of plants or animals and match common animals to a habitat type;

7.

identify the same plant part on different plants or match parts of the skeletal system to their location in the human body;

8.

recognize the correct sequence of the life cycle of a bean plant or the general relationship between human growth and age;

9.

sort appropriate clothing by basic weather conditions or sequence morning, noon, and night; and

10.

identify human-made items.

Working Toward Standard

Students scoring at this level may exhibit the ability to

1.

recognize an object, part of an organism, or an event that is inconsistent with a group;

2.

match descriptions or pictures with the correct sensory organ;

3.

recognize a use of energy, a tool, or safety equipment;

4.

imitate pushing or pulling an object;

5.

select a basic need of plants or animals or match a common animal to a habitat type;

6.

recognize a plant part or part of the human skeletal system;

Louisiana Register   Vol. 34, No. 10   October 20, 2008

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