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College Readiness Assessments

 

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Please join the College Board for a series of webinars that will explain the key changes in the SAT, and describe the content and skills that will be assessed on the redesigned assessments. The following sessions will be available:


Module 1 is an overview of the major changes students will see on the redesigned SAT and PSAT/NMSQT, as well as the new PSAT 10 and PSAT 8/9. Participants will see an overview of each section of the assessments, including information about the optional SAT essay. Participants will also get information about helping students prepare for the assessments.


Module 2 focuses on two assessed skills on the redesigned assessments: Words in Context and Command of Evidence. Participants will see an overview of the Reading Test and Writing and Language Test, review sample questions, and learn about instructional strategies that align to this content.


Module 3 focuses on two assessed skills on the redesigned assessments: Expression of Ideas and Standard English Conventions. Participants will see an overview of the Writing and Language Test, review sample questions, and learn about instructional strategies that align to this content.


Module 4 focuses on Math That Matters Most: Heart of Algebra and Problem Solving and Data Analysis. Participants will see an overview of the Math Test, review sample questions, and learn about instructional strategies that align to this content.


Module 5 focuses on Math That Matters Most: Passport to Advanced Mathematics and Additional Topics in Math. Participants will see an overview of the Math Test, review sample questions, and learn about instructional strategies that align to this content.


Module 6 provides a preview of scores and reports generated from the redesigned assessments. Participants will review several suggestions for using the reports to support students, inform curriculum and instruction, and for school improvement planning.