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End of the Year Review

I am up for my Summative Evaluation year, so I have to give my goal group an end of the year assessment. Is there anything I can use to review for the EOY test?

By tclark
Posted on: May 09 2017
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  • AskDee

    Depending upon what you are working for in your EOY testing, I would suggest that you take a look at the following blogposts by Debbie Lee: http://educatorcommunity.hmhco.com/site/stage-c/blogpost/eoy-sri-assessment-assuring-success-for-all This one is about preparing students for their final Reading Inventory. http://educatorcommunity.hmhco.com/site/stage-c/blogpost/use-read-180-resources-to-prepare-non-read-180-students-for-ng-assessments-yes-you-can Debbie talks about getting students ready for assessments. http://educatorcommunity.hmhco.com/site/stage-c/blogpost/rskills-prep-for-success This is my favorite post of Debbie's for preparing students for testing. It is general in nature and would help you prepare your students for EOY tests. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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