Released Items Repository Scoring Guide Grade 4

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1 INDIANA OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Items Repository Released Scoring Guide Grade 4 English/Language Arts Updated 10/29/2018

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3 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 4 1 2 4.RL.2.1 B, D the farmer's market Matthew family go to and his from that regularly. Pick the two details best the passage this support inference. □ the Kayla truck. helps load the crates onto there. be Jose friend his knows Matthew □ will pies to sell at the market, □ Grandmother bakes attendant. parking the of name the knows Dad □ Matthew □ rain the will allow them to stay home. thinks 3 Updated 10/29/2018

4 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Key Standard (s) DOK Item Grade 4.RL.2.2 3 2 4 See Rubric does lesson Use passage? the in learn Matthew What to support your answer. details from the passage 4 Updated 10/29/2018

5 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Standard (s) Key Grade Item DOK Rubric for 3 4.RL.2.2 See Below 4 Item 2 lar Exemp Rationale Score is not good w learned Matthe it 2 A response: to se lfish . be In it passage the ient es ility ab of the evidence t o determine suffic the v Gi • says rn my ld've wo "I cou that / main . idea / centra theme l idea OR to summarize what to I real ly w rs. but anted sneake happens during after a key event or wear he was ." Well my boots Includes specific examp l es / deta ke clear ma at t h ls i • doing al l stuff th is for hersel f refe rence to the text she had fo rgotten to get the / centra theme the y explains Adequatel las she 't help didn el and / main l i dea umb r • geting all the ce at all wi th produ summarizes lev OR ea based re ant information with id he that It says k. truc into the on the text t his sister ha d fe lt bad tha instead of him. It also helped says that "I started to explain to w ea r my boots . how I wanted but find them . Then I I couldent " ea li zed ho w selfish I sounded. r s w learn Matthe ou y that : 1 A resoonse to do things for shouldn 't forget lim es lit y to ited determ ine the Gi v eviden ce of t he abi • r people le. examp . For othe to OR in idea / theme / ma lesson idea / central king for loo as hew w Matt when what or after during a key event summa happens rize his y boots . he forgot t o cowbo make ls / detai that l examp / limited vague Includes es • ll umbre the get . as refe rence to the text of Pro l / centra theme the vides explanation a limited • / limited vague OR summarizes with idea / main idea information based t he text on : A response 0 learned that t o remember He often. things more determine Gi v es no evidence of t he abil ity to the • . or to what theme summarize idea / main idea / central ent happens during r a key ev or afte OR ral idea / main idea OR summarizes . v es the theme / cent Gi • make reference to at bu t includes no examples / details t h the text OR es idea or summary , but / centra the l idea / main theme Gi v • re lev ant informat ion from on OR no i explanat ludes no inc text the 5 Updated 10/29/2018

6 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 4 3 2 4.RV.3.1 See Below word disa p pointed in the uses passage. The the author words sentence Click best that the in on of group the that shows idea. It was a cloudy Saturday, and I thought we would be able I hoped what do to had I Market. Farmer's the skip to wanted but no such today, luck. 6 Updated 10/29/2018

7 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Key Standard (s) DOK Grade Item 4 4 3 4.RL.2.3 A the develop Matthew takes that author idea does the How actions? responsibility for his boots stops explaining the to (a) about dad his Matthew begins and helping. outside in time to load the last (b) Matthew comes truck. the onto of crates produce Matthew is disappointed that he still must go to the (c) market, even though it is raining. (d) asks carry to friend his him Matthew the help crowd. the through carefully umbrellas 7 Updated 10/29/2018

8 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 4 5 2 4.W.6.2b B main Choose sentence to add detail to show or explain who the the best is. character woods. in home small beautiful, the in lived family The (a) a (b) Bailey was more helpful, loving, and intelligent than any dog the family known. had lived far away (c) The lovely lady had three daughters and one son who all in different states. d) grade the lovely brought her to a when lady fourth in Bailey met Parker school lesson. a for 8 Updated 10/29/2018

9 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Key Standard (s) DOK Item Grade 6 4 4.W. 3 4 See Rubric introduction an beginning the at of going is what explains that on Write story. the 9 Updated 10/29/2018

10 EDUCATION INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Item Standard (s) Key Grade DOK Rubric for 3 See Below 4.W. 4 4 Item 6 Exemplar Rationale Score response: The everyone came in. the y As 2 on the board and fou nd a note openi an to roduction provides adequate nt i ng or the • chair teacher's t he empty! rrati na , set to sett y establish ma that ve t he action up ing read Jaime the on note the introduce narrato come. r and/ or other and the / or and said · board We are going characters for audie nce and purpose · ·.she itute subst ve a to ha id. sa the ive to or sets up the b ly connects of y od narrat adequate • r opened and doo the then Just with lam a s closed 'Good .' ng eve morni ry one, I am Mrs. rch . Upchu Mrs. I am Upchu yo rch ur sub The response: 1 r al teache rm is no your because or introduc ve t ion provides an that to the narrati opening • 't we go don Why ove r sick. out part iall y set up the ma y partia sett ing lly establish , or t he ru l es firs t so we wil l all be in oduce the narrator to come , and / or part ially intr action working order . and r characters othe / or a limited des y pro bod the to connection / or awkward and vi • of ve narrati the w There response: The as a girl name Landon 0 fo r ry she to is going sto ke a ma vi inima l open ing des ro in troducti on to the narrative p or a m • he r c lass about the itute . subst sh sett i ng, and/ or fai l to set up the that may fai l to estab li action the come, and and rrator na / or introduce fa il to / or to othe r characters t ive y the bod to connection no des provi narra the of • 10 Updated 10/29/2018

11 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 4 7 1 4.W.6.2b A best way to correct the punctuation error In the What is the sentence? underlined lights told store the In working girl The (a) are me neon, the and each of colors bright the fish. show to used are they off The girl working In the store told me, the lights, are (b) neon fish. of color bright the off each to used are they and show neon" (c) The girl, working in the store told me, "The lights are fish. they are used to show off the bright colors of each and ( d ) store the me, told are the In working girl The lights "neon," and they are used to show off the "bright colors" of each fish. 11 Updated 10/29/2018

12 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 8 3 3.SL.3.2 B 4 Part A Part A Which the by supported is conclusion presentation? The New largest (a) its kind. the is parade York of balloons in a parade are difficult to (b) The huge control. have than job harder a wranglers Balloon (c) in others parade. the 12 Updated 10/29/2018

13 INDIANA OF DEPARTMENT EDUCATION Repository Item Items Released Key ILEARN English/Language Arts DOK Standard (s) Key Grade Item Standard (s) 8 D 3.SL.3.2 3 4 Part B Part B sentence Which from presentation best the supports your answer in part A? cartoons. well-known look balloons Many (a) like (b) They have to walk the whole 2.5 miles of the parade. (c) The giant parade moves through the streets New York of City. between seventy and fifty are There (d) every balloon. for wranglers 13 Updated 10/29/2018

14 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Key Item DOK Standard (s) Grade 4 9 2 3.SL.3.2 C wranglers is to amuse the "One the balloon of job in the crowd." people supports presentation best Which the from detail this idea? Balloon training. special receive wranglers (a) handling the (b) Balloon wranglers have fun balloons. Balloon of parts make wranglers the (c) balloons 14 Updated 10/29/2018

15 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Key Standard (s) DOK Item Grade 3.SL.3.1 4 10 1 See Below Balloons Parade □ □ Characters Famous □ □ □ Clowns Funny □ and Tall Long □ □ Floats Colorful □ 15 Updated 10/29/2018

16 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 4 11 2 4.W.5 D, F Choose the sources that would most likely give the student more two of information about the ideas she has written. into the clouds a High/' about who boy a grows wings and flies high □ "Sky story explore to a picture of the □ Art from Above, a book which gives directions on how to paint and sky Earth kinds of clouds and all tells which the a Sky, the in Pictures □ about different book how they form rays a book that gives information about how light Above, Far Science □ change the way the sky looks of fun when to do in the □ things book a Ways, Summer Days, Summer summer do to nothing have you ’ questions about how □ www.how _ I _ wonder.com . a website that explains kids nature in happen things 16 Updated 10/29/2018

17 INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Released Items Repository Scoring Guide Grade 4 English/Language Arts Performance Task Updated 10/29/2018

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19 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Standard (s) Grade Item DOK Key Standard (s) Key Rubric for See Below 4.W.5 3 4 Item 1 Rubric: pieces of two provides that explanation evidence-based an is Response points) (2 each how explain that and idea this support that source specified the from evidence idea. detail supports the that of two provides explanation evidence-based an is Response point) (1 pieces the how explain doesn't but idea this support source specified from evidence that supports idea. the detail each OR is Response an evidence-based explanation that provides only one piece of evidence from the specified source that supports this idea and that explains how that supports idea. the detail that incorrect, irrelevant, insufficient, or (0 explanation an is is Response points) blank. 3 Updated 10/29/2018

20 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Item DOK Standard (s) Key Grade Exemplars 3 4.W.5 See Below 4 for Item 1 Exemplar: understanding of reader's the to adds #2 Source from information The points) (2 describing by environment their in survive to do animals some what some how their homes animals build beaver The comfortable. and safe kept are they that so dam to food find easily able then is beaver The areas. flooded creates that a builds its in flooded areas. This is important because the way that a beaver builds these eagles bald that is example Another food. find also to it allows home nests their line their nests make to order in this do Eagles materials. soft other and grasses with more comfortable. Source information The (1 from of understanding reader's the to adds #2 point) some how describing by environment their in survive to do animals some what build so animals their homes that they are kept safe and comfortable. The beaver food find easily to able then builds a dam creates flooded areas. The beaver is that in these flooded areas. This is important because the way that a beaver builds its food. also to it allows find home of animals build different kinds of homes. (0 points) Different kinds 4 Updated 10/29/2018

21 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Key Grade Item DOK Standard (s) See Rubric 4 2 4 4.W.5 in helpful most the be likely most would source Which and work understanding how plants animals and live together to allow the place where they to continue to grow? Explain live why this source is most likely the most helpful. Use two from your support to source the explanation. details 5 Updated 10/29/2018

22 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Key Grade Item Standard (s) DOK Rubric for See Below 4.W.5 4 4 Item 2 Rubric: identifies the correctly that explanation evidence-based an is Response points) (2 this support that source that from details two includes AND source helpful most that why each evaluation and explain detail supports most the is it that idea the helpful source. (1 evidence-based an is Response point) identifies the correctly that explanation supports most source AND includes one detail from that source that helpful this the why explains that and evaluation most the is it that idea the supports detail helpful source. OR helpfu the identifies correctly that explanation evidence-based an is Response most that but evaluation this support that source from details includes AND source two helpful most the is it that idea the supports detail each why explain not does source. OR or source is an evidence-based explanation that does not identify a Response correct the correctly identify the helpful source but includes two details from most most source and that explains why each detail supports the idea that it is the source. helpful points) Response is an explanation that is incorrect, irrelevant, insufficient, or (0 blank. 6 Updated 10/29/2018

23 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Key Grade DOK Standard (s) Item Exemplar See Below 4.W.5 4 4 for Item 2 Exemplar: how and plants understanding in source helpful most the is #3 Source points) (2 to continue can live they where place the that so together live work animals and grow. the This source is animals and plants how describes it because most helpful connected oak an when example, survival. for another one on depend and are For the tree acorns, the acorns drop to the ground. Mice and deer come to eat grows hawk A meal. a with hawk the provides also tree oak The acorns. nearby is that comes the eat to down hawk the so acorns, the gathering is that mouse a see may tree oak the that acorns of Because mouse. the are hawks and deer, mice, made, to eat. able (1 point) Source #3 is the most helpful source in understanding how plants and to animals work and live together so that the place where they live can continue animals and plants how describes it because most helpful the is source This grow. connected are and depend on the other for survival. When an acorn drops from an come to eat deer acorn. This is important because the mice oak tree, mice and the eat. to something have deer and animals (0 points) Source #2 is the most helpful source because it describes how their source describes how beavers build dams underwater and build homes. The the trees. bald eagles build big nests, high in 7 Updated 10/29/2018

24 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Key Standard (s) DOK Grade Item 4.W.5 1, 3, 2 4 3 3 Source #1: #3: Source Source It's a Cold #2: Don't Step (Hot, Dry, in that Animal Dark) Cruel Architects Ecosystem! World! Some have animals developed special body n □ that them features help n survive the where in place they live. Animals plants and living n □ □ together is important for survival. their environments where they □ the from protected are n n safe kept and and weather comfortable. 8 Updated 10/29/2018

25 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Key Grade Item DOK Standard (s) See Rubric 4 4 4 4.W.3.2 informational several is that article an write to asked being are you 2, Part For get bigger will paragraphs long. Type your response in the box below. The box you as type. Remember check your notes and your pre-writing/planning as write and to you article. then revise and edit your informational 9 Updated 10/29/2018

26 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Item DOK Standard (s) Key Grade Rubric for 4 4.W.3.2 See Below 4 Item 4 4-Point Informational Performance Task Writing Rubric 3-5) (Grades 3 2 1 NS Score 4 an has response The evident an has response and clear a has response The The no or little has response The inconsistent Insufficient • a sense structure organizational structure, organizational structure. Some flaws organizational and organizational effective discernible structure. (includes there may of sense a creating The and are evident, and some unity ideas may be of completeness. Though the to related be may response copied text) topic may provide little is completeness. is organization The connected. loosely or no The organization be minor flaws, but they do not overall with interfere coherence. and sustained between and the within between focus: somewhat sustained • In a language may adequately is organization The The paragraphs. within is response The paragraphs. response other than between and within have a minor drift in focus: and consistently purposefully sustained English The focused: is response paragraphs. generally focused: • Off-topic Off-purpose • controlling/main may • be idea • a of idea controlling/main topic controlling/main idea of • a topic topic a of idea controlling/main • confusing or ambiguous; unclear, or somewhat may be is clearly communicated, and focus and clear, is the mostly is the may be brief too response or U) insufficiently the focus may be the is strongly focus for maintained and purpose the focus may drift from the G. purpose sustained for the maintained for the purpose audience and/or purpose audience audience and/or audience and Q. C few • transitional no or use transitional • inconsistent of variety of • a of consistent use adequate transitional of use • strategies are evident variety little strategies and/or transitional strategies to clarify with variety some to strategies the relationships between and the clarify relationships Organization/Purpose ideas among between and among ideas and/or • introduction introduction if conclusion, or • and introduction effective • • adequate and introduction may missing conclusion be be weak may present, conclusion conclusion may ideas extraneous frequent • ideas of progression uneven • of progression logical • ideas from • adequate progression of ideas be evident; ideas may from beginning and/or end; to to strong beginning end; to end; from beginning or randomly have ordered be an formulaic; inconsistent or among and between connections adequate connections between unclear progression connections unclear between variety ideas with syntactic some among ideas and ideas and among 10 Updated 10/29/2018

27 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Standard (s) DOK Item Grade Key Rubric for 4.W.3.2 See Below 4 4 Item 4 4-Point Informational Task Performance Writing Rubric (Grades 3-5} 2 1 NS Score 4 3 response provides minimal adequate provides response The The response The response provides uneven, provides thorough The • Insufficient support/evidence elaboration cursory elaboration of of elaboration of the support/evidence of the the elaboration the support/evidence (includes the that idea controlling/main the for support/evidence idea for the controlling/main for that copied controlling/main for the that idea text) use effective the includes controlling/main includes little or no use includes that idea of of source source material. includes use of source the clearly and use limited or uneven source of lacks vague, is response The material. material. The response The • develops In a response adequately language confusing: is material. The ideas, develops effectively response develops or clarity, using other and precise of mix a than employing ideas, ideas language: precise unevenly, simplistic using English more general language: language: • Off-topic details) • evidence (facts from and comprehensive • evidence (facts • evidence (facts adequate (facts and evidence some • material source is the minimal, details) from the source and the and details) from source the from details) Off-purpose • absent, irrelevant, incorrectly material integrated, is material source material is be weakly may copied predominantly or used, relevant, and specific relevant, and integrated imprecise, integrated, be general yet may and/or copied vague, repetitive, use of citations insufficient • or clear to attribution or citations • adequate • citations of use use of citations or • weak to source material attribution source to attribution or material source source attribution to material material of use any, if • minimal, effective • variety of a of use • of use adequate some Evidence/Elaboration use of uneven or weak • * techniques elaborative elaborative techniques* elaborative techniques* techniques*; elaborative consist may development source of primarily summary is clearly • vocabulary appropriate vocabulary is • limited or vocabulary • is generally vocabulary use is uneven or • audience purpose and the for for audience the ineffective audience appropriate for the and the somewhat ineffective for purpose and purpose audience purpose and appropriate style • effective, of • little or no evidence • generally appropriate is style inconsistent • to attempt weak or content enhances appropriate style evident create appropriate style 11 Updated 10/29/2018

28 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN English/Language Arts Performance Task Grade DOK Standard (s) Key Item Rubric for 4 4.W.3.2 See Below 4 Item 4 2-Point Informational Performance Task Writing 3-5) (Grades Rubric 1 Score 2 0 NS or little demonstrates response The command partial a demonstrates response The adequate demonstrates response The an no Insufficient • of command conventions: of command conventions: of conventions: (includes copied text) formation, sentence correct of use limited • sentence correct of use adequate • sentence correct of use infrequent • usage, grammar punctuation, capitalization, punctuation, capitalization, punctuation, formation, formation, capitalization, language a In • spelling and spelling grammar usage, spelling and grammar usage, and other than English • Off-topic • Off-purpose Conventions Scoring: Holistic punctuation, formation, spelling. and usage, grammar capitalization, sentence includes errors of range A Variety: • higher-level than weighted heavily more are errors Basic Severity: • errors. • Density: The proportion of errors to the amount writing done well. This includes the ratio of errors to the length of the piece of This is combined The points for Organization/Purpose and Evidence/Elaboration rubrics are averaged together for one 4-point score. with the Conventions score for a 6- point total score. 12 Updated 10/29/2018

29 Assessing Student Readiness INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Released Items Repository Scoring Guide Grade 4 Mathematics Updated 10/29/2018

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31 Assessing Student Readiness INDIANA DEPARTMENT EDUCATION OF Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Key Standard (s) DOK Item Grade B MA.4.C.6 3 4 1 corrects his that statement the Select mistake. a made Jarrod mistake. A Step 1, he should have multiplied 3 and 7 by 6 before adding. he B In Step 2, should not have added the denominators. of C In Step 2, he should have multiplied 2 and 5 instead them. adding In Step 3, he should not have added the whole D number and fraction. 3 Updated 10/29/2018

32 INDIANA OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Item Standard (s) Key Grade DOK MA.4.NS.5 See Below 4 2 2 True False 89. 9 □ □ 100 10 7 < 2 □ □ 3 12 4 3> □ □ 10 5 4 Updated 10/29/2018

33 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key Grade Standard (s) Key Item DOK MA.4.AT.3 D 3 4 2 See Below MA.4.NS.5 2 2 4 has 18 Mary Mary. as Susan has 3 times as many books books. Which equation can be solved to figure out how many has? books Susan □ - 3 = 18 A 3+18= B ِ □ = 3 ِ □ ÷ C 18 □ ِ = 18 3x D 5 Updated 10/29/2018

34 Assessing Readiness Student EDUCATION DEPARTMENT INDIANA OF Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics DOK Grade Item Key Standard (s) See Below MA.4.NS.5 2 4 4 can be supported Anna's that Select all the statements using models. fraction 4 2 □ = 6 12 2 4 □ = 12 12 1 2 □ > 6 6 2 2 □ > 12 6 6 Updated 10/29/2018

35 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Grade Key Standard (s) DOK Item Standard (s) Key Item Grade DOK See Below MA.4.G.2 5 3 4 See Below MA.4.NS.5 4 4 2 7 Updated 10/29/2018

36 Assessing Readiness Student OF DEPARTMENT INDIANA EDUCATION Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Key Standard (s) DOK Item Grade See two possible combina- MA.4.NS.8 4 6 2 tions below A: Part number 4 The proves Jose is incorrect because is of number odd an factors, which has it 3 factors. B: Part 124 A: Part 9 is because proves number incorrect The Jose of factors, which is an odd number has 3 it factors. B\ Part 9 13 8 Updated 10/29/2018

37 - EDUCATION OF DEPARTMENT INDIANA Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Standard (s) Grade Item DOK Key Key Grade Standard (s) Item DOK See two possible combina- 17.5 or equivalent MA.4.DA.2 4 2 7 MA.4.NS.8 4 2 6 tions below 1 17 2 1 2 3 6 5 4 8 7 9 □ 0 • □ 9 Updated 10/29/2018

38 Assessing Student Readiness Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics DOK Standard (s) Grade Key Item MA.4.M.2 1500 8 4 2 1500 3 2 1 6 5 4 7 8 9 □ 0 • □ 10 Updated 10/29/2018

39 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Grade Key Standard (s) DOK Item Standard (s) Key Item Grade DOK See Below MA.4.NS.4 9 2 4 1500 MA.4.M.2 4 8 2 11 Updated 10/29/2018

40 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Mathematics Key Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Part A: 0 or 1 MA.4.NS.5 4 10 2 Part B: 3,4,5,6,7,8 or 9 Part A 0 PartB 5 2 1 3 6 4 5 8 7 9 □ 0 • □ Currently performance task scoring materials are not available for Math grades 4 and 8 and this information is not available in the Released Items Repository Scoring Guides. 12 Updated 10/29/2018

41 INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Released Items Repository Scoring Guide Grade 4 Science Updated 10/29/2018

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43 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 4 1 3 SEPS.1 C investigation? Which can the student answer from this question A it when expand freezes? liquid does Why B the highest boiling point? liquid has Which C has the highest freezing point? Which liquid D at vinegar? temperature than lower a freeze water does Why 3 Updated 10/29/2018

44 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Standard (s) DOK Item Grade Key SEPS.7 3 2 4 See Rubric will be higher student with more sleep. One claims that the test score not supported by the data. Explain why the student's claim is answer provided. space the in your Type 4 Updated 10/29/2018

45 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key Rubric for 3 SEPS.7 See Below 4 Item 2 Rubric: data scores table that some students got better test The student citing evidence from the • test. the before night the sleep less with the data because student D received a 90 and got Example: This argument is not supported by sleep. an 86 and got 8 hours of received B student while sleep, of hours 7 5 Updated 10/29/2018

46 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Item DOK Standard (s) Key Grade 3 2 4.ESS.3 B 4 sand dunes a erode. Select factor that will cause these to A wildfire B winds heavy C drought long D low temperatures 6 Updated 10/29/2018

47 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Standard (s) DOK Item Grade Key 4 4 3 3-5.E.2 See Below Reason Rank for Rank Solution the Repair the least but is Would unlikely to solve the problem cost bridge old 2 glue with a Build new a different outcome May but cost more have than repairing with glue out bridge 3 small of craft sticks a Build new solve the problem even though it cost the most May 1 bridge out large of sticks craft 7 Updated 10/29/2018

48 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Standard (s) Grade Item DOK Key C, E 4 5 4 3-5.E.3 can so that it hold 100 pennies. Select two ways to improve the bridge design way but without using glue Build the model bridge the same □ late bridge and turn the project in the build to time more Take model □ craft sticks and glue to build the model bridge Use a combination of large and small □ use more glue and fewer small craft sticks but way the same the bridge model Build □ □ pattern and use the maximum amount of glue Arrange the small craft sticks in a different 8 Updated 10/29/2018

49 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 4 6 2 3-5.DI.3 See Below bits into the table that represent Using 1, Table enter the string of each combination of symbols. of Encoding Combination Symbols 00 10 000 ADC 100 001 000 00 ADEG 00 10 01 00 100 AGCBA 9 Updated 10/29/2018

50 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Standard (s) Key DOK Item Grade 1 7 4 B 3-5.CD.4 addition? performs human Which statement correctly identifies how a A uses code B uses reason C a uses process D changes 0's to l's and numbers 10 Updated 10/29/2018

51 DEPARTMENT EDUCATION OF INDIANA Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Item DOK Grade Standard (s) Key 4 8 2 3-5.PA.1 See Below Data Information Data Search Analysis Collection digital web spreadsheet camera browser are softw spreadsheet software digital temperature probe OR Information Data Data Analysis Search Collection digital spreadsheet web camera browser are softw digital spreadsheet camera software digital temperature probe 11 Updated 10/29/2018

52 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Grade Item Key Standard (s) DOK 3-5.IC.2 A 4 9 2 of technology in daily Which describes only a negative statement impact life? A internet can be true or false. shared that Information on the is B or homework can be done online. Daily tasks such as shopping C any time of the day. at people People can communicate with other about students in another Students from one culture can learn D if different speak they languages. even culture 12 Updated 10/29/2018

53 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Key Item DOK Standard (s) Grade 4 10 3 3-5.IC.3 C and valid information Which online source presents the most reliable about in plants Indiana? non-native damaging, A in gardeners professional for site media a social Indiana B an online article by The Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society Indiana's Department of Natural Resources (DNR) the State of C website D company the website non-native removes that of professional a areas plants from invaded 13 Updated 10/29/2018

54 INDIANA OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Released Items Repository Scoring Guide Grade 4 Science Performance Task Updated 10/29/2018

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56 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Performance Task Item DOK Standard (s) Key Grade 1 Science Performance Task 3 See Below 4 Part A Part A Select its of size the with ears, each match to boxes the animal Figure 3. using 3 Updated 10/29/2018

57 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Performance Task Item DOK Standard (s) Key Grade 1 3 Science Performance Task See Below 4 Part B be. a Select point in the graph where the top of each bar should 4 Updated 10/29/2018

58 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Performance Task Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 1 3 Science Performance Task See Below 4 Part C Part C What size and where animals live? ear between relationship the is A average ears small live in places warm with Animals with yearly air temperatures. large ears live in places with warm average Animals with ­ B temperatures. air yearly ­ C with small ears live in places with warm and cool Animals yearly average temperatures. D ­ ears cool with places in live warm large with Animals and temperatures. air average yearly 5 Updated 10/29/2018

59 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Performance Task Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 1 3 Science Performance Task See Below 4 Part D Part D where the and live animals average between relationship What is 1 to temperatures? body Table select your answer. Use ­ A live with places in air that Animals temperatures cool have body temperatures. cool average warm in Animals that live places have temperatures air with ­ B temperatures. warm average body ­ C with warm air temperatures have Animals living in places living average temperatures similar to animals body in places cool air temperatures. with D ­ have Animals temperatures air cool with places in living in than temperatures body average different animals living air temperatures. places with warm 6 Updated 10/29/2018

60 Released Items Repository Item Key ILEARN Science Performance Task Grade Item DOK Standard (s) Key 1 3 Science Performance Task See Below 4 Part E Part E sentences Complete the ears large with animals why explaining do, in where live other parts. your answers all using they and select a phrase that completes Click on each box the sentences. cool animals because they can Large ears help to transfer body air the to heat This large that means in live animals help ears climates. warm 7 Updated 10/29/2018

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