faiths13 Posted August 27, 2012 Share Posted August 27, 2012 i gave my two ds's diagnostic test today for what level they would be in math and LA for CLE. The problem is they seem to have gaps in knowledge. They know a little of this and that from different grades up to where they were last year (5th & 7th) but they also have a bunch of things they never learned from each year. So when I gave them a test to see which year they were at they had to much missing knowledge to be at grade level and sometimes would end up being far below grade level. My 8th grade ds is scoring to do best in 4th grade math, 5th grade LA because he never learned to do certain things, or never mastered it. For example, he never learned to diagram and there is lots in CLE, he never quite got fractions, but then other higher math he did get (as well as other lower math he didnt get). So I am really unsure of where to place them. Should I just place them at the lower levels that they scored at and move them through the stuff they already know and focus on what they dont, or should I just put them in grade level, or maybe just one below and hope that works out? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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