particular size, weight and style of a typeface
exclusive legal right, given to an originator or an assignee to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same
a small open-fronted hut or cubicle from which newspapers, refreshments, tickets, etc., are sold.
a large printed picture used for decoration.
moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an activity.
an information system where documents and other web resources
videos created with original designs, drawings, illustrations or computer-generated effects that have been made to move in an eye-catching way
means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and/or exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks.
assembly area where all the parts of a project are put together
any form of media that uses electronic devices for distribution
a picture, design, or the like, printed from an engraved or otherwise prepared block, plate, etc. an indentation, mark, etc
sound within the acoustic range available to humans.
digital optical disc data storage format
computer program that software developers use to create, debug, maintain, or otherwise support other programs and applications.
assessment activities that reflect literacy in the community, the workplsce, and the instructional activities of the classroom
a form that lists targeted behaviors as indicators of achievement, knowledge, or skill
an oral reading reponse that differs from the text
a set of guidelines or acceptable responses for the completion of a task
a written record of a student's oral reading in which a blank she of paper rather than a copy of the actual text is used in codin
a test given under specific conditions allowing comparisions to be made
the process of observing students as they perform suthentic literacy tasks or looking at the results of those tasks
provide an outline of the reading/language arts profiencies students are expected to archieve by the end of each grade level for K-12
uses observations and other nonstandardized procedures
uses standardized procedures or procedures carries out under controlled conditions
statements of expectations of what students are to learn, usually given grade by grade or age by age
a series of graded passages used to determine students' reading levels and stregths and weaknesses
a score that tells how far an individual is from the average score on a test in terms of stnadrad deviation
when a stdent reads a passage without practice
evaluation at regular intervals to compare them to show student development in deocding and growth in fluency
tasks that require students to demonstrate their literacy knowledge and skills by making real world responses
create a visual representation of stuent achievement and progress
a grade derived from a raw score on a standardized test that is the equivalent earned by an average student in the norming group
a series of statements to which students respond orally or in writing; meant to reveal student's interests and attitudes
a score on a scale of 100 indicating the percentage og scores that occur at or below a given raw score
Non-metal with a mass number of 19 (8)
Metal harder than sodium and in the same group (7)
Gas used to stop Cs and Rb from oxidising in storage (5)
Process that causes reactive metals to discolour in air (9)
Negatively-charged sub-atomic particles (9)
Part of the atom comprising protons and neutrons (7)
Protons have a ______________ charge (8)
Protons and neutrons have a relative ________ of 1 (4)
Na is the chemical symbol for ____________ (6)
The only non-metal Group 3 element (5)
H is the ______________ of hydrogen (8,6)
information ideas or rumors deliberately spread widely to help harm a person, group, movement institution or nation
promoting only one side of an argument or issue (positive or negative)
we're all in this together
celebrity endorsement of a philosophy movement or candidate they are closely related to
a high profile person tries to relate to regular ordinary people
the use of symbols quotes or endorsements to convey a message not normally associated with them
presentation of something dreaded or terrifying to get people to do something to avoid the horror
reaching a false conclusion based on two true statements
using positive words that everyone supports to promote your idea
ties a person idea or cause to a largely perceived negative image
description of candidates in our first lesson that led the class to elect Adolph Hitler
Don't you want to join our winning team?
Doctors endorse my diet program.
The President of the United States stops by McDonalds for a Big Mac after jogging
Abraham Lincoln endorses the latest Dodge Ram pickup truck
If we don't stop North Korea today we will all vanish in an atomic blast
My cat has a tail. My dog has a tail. Cats and dogs are the same animal
stand for liberty, support rights, promote freedom
My opponent is a raging tree hugger
Standards that all students must meet, regardless of language proficiency level or ability.
Bias that occurs when cultural backgrounds of diverse students are not considered.
Bias resulting from differences in attitudes toward a particular language or dialect.
Assessments that are linked both to the instruction delivered in the classroom and to real-world activities.
Prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair.
Validity obtained when assessment results are used to improve both learning and teaching by responding to student needs with criterion-referenced tests that are scored on the mastery of specified criteria or content.
Validity resulting from a match between assessment purpose and classroom instruction.
Tests designed to determine how well students have learned specific material taught in a course or at a particular grade level.
A predisposition in favor of the cultural majority group and against minority groups.
Knowledge of facts (names, dates, characteristics) as typically measured on standardized tests.
Standards based on each student's individual growth in language and content skills.
Assigning separate scores for language and content on content-area work samples.
Models or examples of excellent work, for instance, a well-structured paragraph that contains a topic sentence, sentences providing supporting details, and a concluding sentence.
Ongoing assessment of academic progress to help teachers gather information about students' strenghts and weaknesses in order to redirect instruction and provide students with valuable feedback to help them learn.
Level of agreement reached between raters scoring the same work sample or student performance.
Bias resulting from established test norms with one cultural or linguistic group and then using the test with a different group.
Determines how a student's test score compares to the scores of other students who took the test.
A test or investigation that requires students to demonstrate mastery of content or skills by performing a task or creating a product, in contrast to the more traditional criterion-referenced assessment instruction.
Knowledge of processes, how to do something with reliability. This term refers to the degree of consistency with which as assessment provides information about a student.
The degree of consistency of the assessment measure in producing the same result with the same student in different testing settings or at different points in time or when being evaluated by different teachers or raters.
Reducing the lingustic deman of instructional and assessment materials so that students can show what they know.
Guides that can help teachers focus on matching student performance to the established criteria rather than on comparing students to each other. They can also help teachers evaluate each student's word using the same standards, rather than having higher expectations for some students and lower expectations for others.
A form of bias that is present when equally able groups perform differently on the same test.
The degree to which a test measures what it is intended to measure or the accuracy of the interpretation of test scores.
Typically given to students at the end of a unit or grading period, they are designed to determine what students have learned about a particular topic or a range of topics.
A technique used to examine students collective abilities via real-world challenges.
Lesson design developed by Grant Wiggins in which teacher first considers what students need to be able to do and understand when the lesson/unit is over. This includes three stages.
Interpreting an examiner's test performance in terms of what that person can do with regard to a particular domain.
Given at the beginning of a unit of study or course of study to see what students already know.
End-of-course testing to assess student learning of content for the semester.
Assessment used throughout teaching of a lesson and/or unit to gauge students understanding and guide teaching.
Measures how well students in Iowa score in comparison to their peers nationwide.
Refers to a measurement of reading abilities that is based on the Lexile Framework for Reading.
Testing in which scores are compared with the average performance of others.
A collection of documents/videos/interviews/artistic pieces that show mastery of standards.
Assessment tool to help the students understand the teachers expectations for the assignment.
Describes how much academic progress a student has made relative to other students across Georgia with a similar achievement history.
Evaluation at the conclusion of a unit of units of instruction or an activity or plan to determine or judge student skills and knowledge or effectiveness of a plan or activity.
Grading practivies that impeded student achievement such as the use of zeros, averages, and other practices that discourage effort.
measures of central tendency
measures of variabilty
teacher made tests
bell shaped curve
The standards that are forced on both men and women to appear pretty or handsome
A time in ones' life in between childhood and adulthood
The red-headed, fierce protagonist's full name
The Asian American protagonist's full name
The home of both protagonists in the beginning of the novel
Where Eleanor lived at the end of the novel
A genre based on love and charm
A genre of the protagonist's journey(s) from being a child to being an adult.
A quote in the novel of what art isn't supposed to be
The act of leaving or getting out
The noun of two people being infatuated with eachother
The adjective used to describe something as being humorous
The point of view from an outside perspective
The adjective used to describe something as being individual and personalised
The compilation of music traded between the protagonists used to bring them closer
The cartoons traded among the protagonists as a symbol of bringing them closer
Head to Toe development
Development in an outward direction
What children are expected to be able to do at a certain age
Development using muscles in arms and legs
Picking up small items is an example of _________ development
Child from birth to age one
One or two year old child
acronym for developmental domains
development involving the gain/retention of knowledge
An example of approaches to learning
The way we relate to others
development that involves understanding and expressing feelings
The understanding that words are related to print is one aspect of this development.
Assistance for building on previous knowledge
Vygotsky's space between "I can't" and "I can"