Regents Regents Global History and Geography II Constructed Response Question ("CRQ") Set, Frameworks 10.6
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Product Serial Number: CRQ459460
This product is a constructed-response question assessment in the format of the new New York State Regents examination in Global History and Geography rolling out in 2019. A "set" consists of two pairs of documents.
It addresses the objectives in the Social Studies Frameworks "10.6UNRESOLVED GLOBAL CONFLICT (1945–1991: THE COLD WAR):" (Cold War perspectives and increasingly bipolar world )
Students will need background on the early Cold War era. This is a fairly easy task and may make a good assessment after a unit on the Cold War.
This product is a complete part II as would be on a NYS Global History and Geography Regents examination. That is, there are pairs of documents with the accompanying questions.
Constructed response question sets consist of a pair of documents with three questions. Question 1 addresses the historical or geographic context of document 1. Question 2 addresses the reliability of document 2. Question 3 asks the student to use both documents to examine cause-effect relationships, compare-contrast analyses, or a turning point.
1. Student version of the assessment in PDF format named CRQ459460.pdf.
2. Teacher version of the assessment in PDF format named CRQ459460t.pdf with full citations referencing NYS Social Studies Frameworks, claims and performance level descriptors, and suggested answers in an answer key.
3. My own grading rubric for scoring on a scale of 100 for classroom use is included in the teacher's edition. Rubric includes explanation of using the new Performance Level Descriptors to assess student work on this task. On the Regents, there will be no partial credit for student responses to each of these questions, but in the classroom I make some distinctions for variations on response quality for training purposes and for scoring on a scale of 100.
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