PSSA Constructed Response-short version

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PSSA Constructed Response-short version

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  1. PSSA Science

    Slide 1 - PSSA Science

    • Multiple Choice
    • Constructed Response
  2. What is a constructed response?

    Slide 2 - What is a constructed response?

    • Tips for answering a constructed response
    • Samples
    • Practice Assignment
    • PSSA - Constructed Response
  3. Tips - Constructed Response

    Slide 3 - Tips - Constructed Response

    • A constructed response question asks you to answer in paragraph form.
  4. Tips - Constructed Response

    Slide 4 - Tips - Constructed Response

    • A constructed response question asks you to answer in paragraph form.
    • Read the question carefully and note the type of information your response should contain.
  5. Tips - Constructed Response

    Slide 5 - Tips - Constructed Response

    • A constructed response question asks you to answer in paragraph form.
    • Read the question carefully and note the type of information your response should contain.
    • Your answer should address all the specific points the question asks for.
  6. Tips - Constructed Response

    Slide 6 - Tips - Constructed Response

    • A constructed response question asks you to answer in paragraph form.
    • Read the question carefully and note the type of information your response should contain.
    • Your answer should address all the specific points the question asks for.
    • Before you begin writing, you can create an outline to organize the information for your response.
  7. 2 – 1 - 0

    Slide 7 - 2 – 1 - 0

    • Scoring Guide
    • 2 = The response demonstrates a thorough understanding of the scientific content, concept, and procedures required by the task(s).
  8. 2 – 1 - 0

    Slide 8 - 2 – 1 - 0

    • Scoring Guide
    • 2 = The response demonstrates a thorough understanding of the scientific content, concept, and procedures required by the task(s).
    • 1 = The response demonstrates a partial understanding of the scientific content, concepts, and procedures required by the task(s).
  9. 2 – 1 - 0

    Slide 9 - 2 – 1 - 0

    • Scoring Guide
    • 2 = The response demonstrates a thorough understanding of the scientific content, concept, and procedures required by the task(s).
    • 1 = The response demonstrates a partial understanding of the scientific content, concepts, and procedures required by the task(s).
    • 0 = The response provides insufficient evidence to demonstrate and understanding of the scientific content, concept, and procedures as required by the task (s).
  10. Sample Question

    Slide 10 - Sample Question

    • Sample Question
    • Describe four ways that infectious diseases can spread. Give an example of a disease that spreads by each method.
  11. Answer

    Slide 11 - Answer

    • The question asks for a specific number of descriptions—four. You are also asked to provide an example for each description.
    • You might begin your answer by listing the four ways infectious diseases spread. Then you could go on to explain each item in your list in further detail. You should end each description with an example.
    • Sample Question
    • Describe four ways that infectious diseases can spread. Give an example of a disease that spreads by each method.
    • Sample Question
  12. Use the figure below.

    Slide 12 - Use the figure below.

    • Part A: Create a question that could be tested using these two ramps.
    • Part B: State a hypothesis that could scientifically test the question.
    • Question: An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.
  13. Use the figure below.

    Slide 13 - Use the figure below.

    • Question: An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.
  14. Use the figure below.

    Slide 14 - Use the figure below.

    • Question: An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.
    • 0 - Insufficient
  15. Slide 15

    • Question: An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.
    • Use the figure below.
  16. Slide 16

    • Question: An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.
    • Use the figure below.
    • 1 - Partial
  17. Question:  An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.

    Slide 17 - Question: An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.

    • Use the figure below.
  18. Question:  An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.

    Slide 18 - Question: An experiment is set up to investigate how different ramps affect a ball’s speed.

    • Use the figure below.
    • 2 - Thorough
  19. Your Turn!

    Slide 19 - Your Turn!

    • After the video, you are going to answer the question posted in the forum. Part A and B!
    • Then you are going to score a classmates response with a 0, 1, or 2.
    • 2 = thorough answer
    • 1 = partial answer
    • 0 = insufficient answer