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English II Price 130 students Item Analysis Diff. Level Subskills A B C D Content 27 Hard 49 19 Med. 50 35 Hard 53 34 Med. 54 18 Hard 55 20 Med. 56 21 Med. 59 28 Hard 63 15 Hard 65 22 Easy 65 9 Med. 69 Test Item # State Standards # of Students Choosing Each Answer Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.4.1 Select Topic Reporting Category 6: Literature SPI 3002.8.2 Differentiate Irony Reporting Category 1: Language SPI 3002.1.11 Pronoun- Antecedent Agreement Reporting Category 1: Language SPI 3002.1.7 Correct Run-on w Punctuation Reporting Category 6: Literature SPI 3002.8.3 Author Point of View Reporting Category 6: Literature SPI 3002.8.5 Symbol Significance/ Meaning Reporting Category 6: Literature SPI 3002.8.8 Common Theme Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.4.2 Primary/ Secondary Sources Reporting Category 3: Communication SPI 3002.2.3 Critique vs Summary Reporting Category 6: Literature SPI 3002.8.5 Symbol Significance/ Meaning Reporting Category 4: Logic SPI 3002.5.9 Identify Writer Bias Content E Context E Complexit level .” Crossover missing it."
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12 Hard 73 17 Med. 73 4 Easy 74 31 Med. 74 24 Med. 76 16 Med. 77 32 Med. 80 25 Med. 88 13 Med. 90 3 Med. 92 11 Med. 93 33 Med. 95 36 Med. 95 Reporting Category 5: Informational Text SPI 3002.6.5 Synthesize Two Texts Reporting Category 6: Literature SPI 3002.8.6 Differentiate Mood/ Tone Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.4.5 Opposing View Reporting Category 3: Communication SPI 3002.2.6 Engage Audience Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.3.1 Proofread Passage Reporting Category 4: Logic SPI 3002.5.5 Persuasive Device Reporting Category 1: Language SPI 3002.1.4 Sentence- Combining Tech Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.3.5 Combine Sentences Reporting Category 3: Communication SPI 3002.7.7 Subject Treatment Reporting Category 5: Informational Text SPI 3002.6.1 Stated/ Implied Main Idea Reporting Category 3: Communication SPI 3002.7.4 Production Impact Reporting Category 1: Language SPI 3002.1.10 Correct Pronoun Usage Reporting Category 1: Language SPI 3002.1.5 Comma w Clause/ Appositive
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14 Med. 100 6 Med. 105 23 Easy 106 2 Med. 109 7 Med. 109 29 Med. 110 5 Hard 111 8 Easy 113 10 Easy 113 1 Easy 114 26 Easy 121 30 Easy 123 Reporting Category 3: Communication SPI 3002.2.2 Summary vs Paraphrase Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.3.12 Writer Purpose Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.3.4 Use Vivid Words Reporting Category 4: Logic SPI3002.5.12 Add to Argument Reporting Category 5: Informational Text SPI 3002.6.4 Organizational Structure Reporting Category 2: Writing & Research SPI 3002.4.3 Source Reliability Reporting Category 4: Logic SPI 3002.5.3 Fact/ Opinion Reporting Category 1: Language SPI 3002.1.14 Unfamiliar Words Reporting Category 5: Informational Text SPI 3002.6.3 Appropriate Graphic Reporting Category 4: Logic SPI 3002.5.7 Differentiate Stated/ Implied Argument Reporting Category 3: Communication SPI 3002.2.7 Team Participation Reporting Category 4: Logic SPI 3002.5.2 Complete Analogy
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Error Analysis Context Complex Crossover Action Plan Error: “I didn’t teach that” Error: “I didn’t think they would test it that way” ty Error: “I taught it at knowledge level but it was tested at synthesis r Error: “I taught it the way it was tested, unknown student reason for "
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