The workshop will provide an intense review of the test content which is aligned to the Pearson test objectives. Participants will learn test-taking strategies, complete practice tests, and engage in written response exercises. The objectives for this workshop are:
1) Understand the history and structure of the English language
2) Understand American literature and selected literature from classical and contemporary periods
3) Understand literary genres, elements, and techniques
4) Understand literature for children, including genres, literary elements, and literary techniques
5) Understand the writing process and formal elements of writing and composition
History and Social Science
6) Understand major developments in the history of the United States from precolonial times to the present
7) Understand the founding documents and governmental systems of the United States; the principles ideals, rights, and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship; and the fundamental principles, and concepts of economics.
8) Understand major developments and figures in world history
9) Understand basic geographic concepts, phenomena, and processes, and demonstrate knowledge of the major geographic features and regions of the world and the United States.
Science and Technology/Engineering
10) Understand and apply basic concepts and principles of life science to interpret and analyze phenomena
11) Understand multiple approaches to reading instruction
12) Understand and apply basic concepts and principles of the earth and space sciences to interpret and analyze phenomena
13) Understand the foundations of scientific thought; the historical development of major scientific discoveries, technological developments, and society
14) Understand the principles and procedures of scientific ideas and technological discoveries; and the relationship among scientific discoveries, technological developments, and society
Integration of Knowledge and Understanding
15) Prepare an organized, developed analysis of a topic related to History and Social Science or to Science and Technology/Engineering
|Dates:||June 18-21, 2018 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||M, Tu, W and Th from 9:00 AM to 12 N|
|Location:||Charles W. Chesnutt Library Curriculum Lab|
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