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Course SummaryUtilize this extensive study guide to help your students prepare for the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) Grade 3 Language assessment exam. This course covers various aspects of reading, writing and grammar that your student can expect to be tested on when taking this exam.
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You can use the fun and engaging video lessons in this guide to help your students review basic details about 3rd grade language arts. These lessons cover reading comprehension strategies, literary elements, writing mechanics and essay writing. You can also go over sentence and paragraph structures, parts of speech and rewriting practices with your students so they can get a good feel for what they will be tested on by the EQAO Grade 3 Language exam.
About the Exam
The EQAO Language Grade 3 exam is a an assessment exam used to measure the success of the Ontario public school system in teaching reading, writing and math. The results are reviewed in order to hold school boards accountable and to work toward ensuring student success. They are administered to students in grades 3, 6, 9 and 10. The Language Grade 3 exam is one of the three areas covered in the Grade 3 exam. The exam is a paper-based exam that demonstrates a student's ability to read a passage and answer multiple-choice questions as well as writing out short answers. Students must also writing short paragraphs in response to writing prompts. A standard level of grading in this exam is a B+ to B-, which indicates that a student has met grade level proficiency in the areas in which they are being tested.
EQAO Grade 3 Language Exam Preparation & Registration
This comprehensive study guide can help your students to review the material they'll be tested on by the EQAO Grade 3 Language exam. Short lessons cover topics like how to find main ideas in a reading passage, write a summary, describe plot, characters and other literary elements, use visualization when reading and draw meaning from what they are reading. Lessons also cover verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, punctuation and spelling rules, types of sentences, paragraph formation, organizing ideas and revising and editing writing. Each lesson is available at any time, on any device, and delivers information in bite-sized chunks that make it easy for kids to study and retain knowledge. You can also have your students take self-assessment quizzes to determine what areas they are proficient in and which topics they might need to further review prior to taking the EQAO Grade 3 Language exam.
EQAO exams are automatically given to students in Ontario and there is no registration process needed to take any of these exams.
The EQAO Grade 3 Language exam is administered by the Education Quality and Accountability Office, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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