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Do you need a workbook to get your students into game shape for the NJ ASK LAL exam? Do you need a workbook that is 100% aligned to the most recent NJCCCS? That presents questions just like those your students will see on the NJ ASK? That is uncluttered, easy to navigate, and is not intimidating to children? Queues Rise & Shine Series provides educators with the means to engage their students and to practice and reinforce the skills and concepts essential for success on the NJ ASK and in the classroom. These workbooks are an indispensable teaching tool! The fully aligned Rise & Shine ASK Language Arts Literacy workbook seriesnow available for grades 38provide students with hours of practice in all areas covered by the New Jersey ASK Language Arts Literacy Test. Passages range in readability to allow for differentiated instruction. Teachers can use these workbooks for more than just test preparation purposes; they can also serve as comprehensive learning tools for students. Since students do not all approach test-taking in the same way, these workbooks have been designed to address a variety of learning styles and abilities. Informal assessment checks (Checking for Understanding) have been built into the passages to allow teachers to gauge student progress. These are excellent topics to open up classroom discussions as the class moves through the workbook together, showing the students the importance of critical thinking and evaluating while they read. All questions have been tailored to align with grade-level specifications and are formatted in the same way they will be seen on the NJ ASK test. Each multiple-choice question is coupled with a brief hint to help struggling students focus on what the question is asking. In the teachers edition, the introductory material offers explanations of the NJCCC standards. Also included are the scoring guidelines, ASK testing specifications, open-ended question rubric and writing rubric, and performance level descriptors.
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