Multiple Choice
Narrative
Writing
Vocabulary
Protocols
100

What is the first thing you should do when answering 2 part Multiple Choice Questions? 

Read the question first

100

When writing a narrative you should summarize the story?

No! You should actually be telling a story. 

100

What are the 3 types of writing prompt I could get?

LAT, NWT, RST

100

What should I use to understand unknown words?

Context Clues will help you understand unknown words. 

100

What is the noise level during testing (0-5)?

0

200

When answering 2 part Multiple Choice Questions, how do you get rid of wrong answers? 

Process of Elimination

200

If you have to write a narrative for the NJSLA what are two things will they ask you to do?

1. You will either have to write a continuation of the story. 

2. You will have to write it from a different point of view. 

200

What is the MINIMUM amount of paragraphs I should write?

Three paragraphs. Five is the best.  BUT no less than three! 

200

True/False: I should underline context clues to learn the meaning of the word. Explain your answer.

Yes because it helps us understand the meaning.

200

What do I do when I am done?

Check my work then sit silently

300

Can multiple choice questions have more than one response? 

Yes. Sometimes it will tell you to select two correct responses. 

300

Name 3 types of figurative language

must list 3 of the following: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, synecdoche, and onomatopoeia.

300

What type of prompt is this? 

As you read these texts, you will gather information and answer questions about the influence of the narrator's point of view so you can write an essay. 

LAT. Key word: essay! 

300

Should I use vocabulary from the writing prompt in my writing? 

Yes! Academic Language is important! Get rid of sad and mad! Let's use unhappy or angry

300
What should I look at?

My screen

400

When answering 2 Part Multiple Choice Questions, what is the point of part B?

To provide evidence for Part A/To show how you know what you know

400

What element of this narrative is missing? 1) Figurative Language, 2) Beginning, Middle, End
3) Descriptive Language 4) ?

Dialogue. It's a narrative! You have to include dialogue.

400

What type of prompt is this? 

You will read two articles, and then you will view a video. As you review these sources you will gather information so you can write an essay. 

RST. Key word: Sources! 

400

Should I look for key words in the question to  help me answer the question? 

Yes! Sometimes the answer could be hidden in the question! 

400

What will happen if I ask my teacher a question?

They are not allowed to speak

500

What the last thing you should do if you are stuck on a multiple choice question? 

Make your best guess! NEVER leave a question blank. 

500

What is point of view?

The perspective the story is told from. You can have 1st, 2nd, or 3rd person point of view.
500

What type of writing is a T Chart most useful for?

LAT. You can use a T chart to write important notes about the stories relating to the prompt. 

500

To check my answer, I can... 

Replace my answer choice with the word in question to see if my answer choice makes sense.
500

What does the NJSLA stand for?

New Jersey State Learning Assessment

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