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Interpreting and assigning depth-of-knowledge levels to both objectives within standards and assessment items is an essential requirement of alignment analysis. Four levels of depth of knowledge are used for this analysis. Level 1 Level 1 requires students to receive or recite facts or to use simple skills or abilities. Oral reading that does not include(More)
  • Darvin M Winick, Amanda P Avallone, Francie Alexander, David J Alukonis Chairman, Gregory Cizek, Honorable David +109 others
  • 2008
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is a continuing and nationally representative measure of trends in academic achievement of U.S. elementary and secondary students in various subjects. For nearly four dec­ ades, NAEP assessments have been conducted periodically in reading, mathematics, science, writing, U.S. history, civics, geography,(More)
, " interpreting and assigning Depth-of-Knowledge Levels to both objectives within standards and assessment items is an essential requirement of alignment analysis. Four levels of Depth-of-Knowledge are used for this analysis. " Norman Webb's " Depth-of-A general definition for each of the four (Webb) Depth-of-Knowledge levels is followed by Table 1, which(More)
  • Norman L Webb, John Fortier, Gail Bohnenstiehl, Ela Teacher Crete, Anne Krosnjar, Curriculum Coordinator +4 others
  • 2007
in Springfield, Illinois. Five people, including language arts content experts, district language arts supervisors, and language arts teachers, met to analyze the agreement between the state's reading standards and assessments for grades 3-8. This analysis indicates that the alignment needs some improvement except for grade 8. The alignment at grade 8 was(More)
Stable amides of clozapine derived from fatty acids prominent in cerebral tissue might enhance the central activity of clozapine and reduce its exposure to peripheral tissues. Such derivatives might enhance the safety of this unique drug, which is the only agent with securely established superior antipsychotic effectiveness, but with a risk of potentially(More)
The present study attempted to determine whether attendance in aftercare services could be predicted from the alcoholic's perception of the inpatient ward environment. Thirty-five Ss who completed inpatient treatment and were eligible for outpatient group therapy were followed up 3 months after discharge. One factor of the Ward Atmosphere Scale, autonomy,(More)
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