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Achievement Assessments Website for Students and Families The Ohio Achievement Assessments for grades 3-8 measure students on what they know and are able to do in various subjects. Click on any of the boxes below to see actual test questions, read more about Ohio's Academic Content Standards and assessment system, and learn about additional resources for helping your students

3rd Grade    Corresponding rubrics
4th Grade     Corresponding rubrics
5th Grade     Corresponding rubrics
6th Grade     Corresponding rubrics
7th Grade
8th Grade

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Vocabulary Cards- Look at other grades than just your own.

Kindergarten  1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th

 

Be sure you understand all of the math vocabulary that may be used on the Ohio Achievement Test
All Vocabulary lists from Darke County Educational Service Center
Kindergarten    1st Grade    2nd Grade   3rd Grade   4th Grade   5th Grade
6th Grade   7th Grade   8th Grade

8 Common Keywords on OAA, According to ODE

 

 

Strategies for Improvement on Ohio's State Tests(PowerPoint) Includes Extended-Response Rubrics and Strategies and Supportive Classroom Practices

Strategies for Taking State Assessments (PDF) 6 pages of strategies and suggestions from ODE.

Constructed Response Items on Ohio Achievement Tests and Available Resources On Ohio Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies achievement tests, item-specific rubrics are used for each constructed response question (short answer or extended response). On Ohio Writing achievement tests, a holistic rubric (grade 4, grade 7 and OGT) and an analytic rubric (grade 7 and OGT) are used for the extended writing prompts. ODE has a wide variety of resources that contain scoring guidelines (which is what ODE calls item rubrics) for constructed response items

Using Ohio’s Student Success Website To Conduct an Item Analysis (PDF)

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