This set of exemplars illustrates the use of the e-asTTle marking rubric to score writing across the writing prompts. The exemplars cover the full scoring range. asTTle Writing Rubric in Student Speak. Created by Clevedon School from asTTle Writing Rubrics. Last updated: Ideas. Learning Intention. The e asTTle framework for assessing writing. Developing the prompts, marking rubric, and annotated exemplars. Extending the usefulness.
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In the revised e-asTTle writing each element has only 6 or 7 scoring categories. You can use the e-asTTle scoring rubrics asytle assess a prompt you made up.
The range of scores is within curriculum level expectations although increasingly fewer students in Years 7 to 10 performed at or above the curriculum levels expected for their year levels.
Evaluation Associates consultants are skilled in supporting you to use a range of up-to-date resources, rubrics and self-review tools.
However, due to the change in rubric, measurement scale and prompts, you will not be able to directly compare scores on the new version of e-asTTle with scores on the previous versions. In order for the e-asTTle application to calculate a scale score for a student, each element must be scored against the rubric. This should be used astttle when a non-standardised form of writing assessment is being undertaken, for instance, when:.
Marking resources for e-asTTle writing (revised)
Teachers are encouraged to use the rubric to assess writing other than that generated by the e-asTTle writing prompts. Students who score in the lowest category matrid every element assessed by e-asTTle writing all R1s are not well targeted astgle the assessment.
Spelling is the focus of a separate element. The prompts are available from within the e-asTTle application when you create a test. The generic exemplars cover the full range of abilities, but may not necessarily use the same purpose or prompt.
This is a big change from the previous version of e-asTTle Writing which tied the rubric categories directly to curriculum levels. They are provided from across a range of prompts. Curriculum levels derived from the use of the conversion table will not correlate with results entered into e-asTTle because prompts in e-asTTle have wtiting calibrated and ranked based on how difficult the prompt and purpose is to write.
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Asttl specific exemplars are examples of writing for the prompt being used. Moving from say a R2 to a R3 will involve a large shift in the associated curriculum level.
These two exemplars provide practical examples of writing that falls within that scoring category for example, category R2 in spelling, or category R6 in ideas. More Current and recent projects Evaluation Associates works on a wide range of projects in collaboration with clients and partners. For students unable to do this, another assessment tool should be used. This is very strong performance for a writing assessment. These exemplars can be used to check interpretation of individual categories mattrix example, category R2 in spelling, or category R4 in ideas.
Asytle you have confidently completed this section you are ready to consider how this information helps you, and what you should do next to help your learners.
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It is important that teachers read and follow the administration guidelines carefully. The prompts have been designed to stimulate continuous text on topics that are accessible to students, which provides opportunities for individual interpretation.
They provide very specific instructions on what to do and what to say to students.
This is a useful summary, easy to read and contains important ideas about your English language learners. Te Kete Ipurangi Navigation: Quick links Improving teacher practice Find out about how you can accelerate student achievement by improving teacher practice in assessment for learning.
Te Kete Ipurangi Navigation: Quick links Assessment Online. We can then send you updates and our newsletter. This means that a student who has been assessed by e-asTTle Writing to be working at a particular curriculum level will not necessarily have produced a piece of writing that witing exactly like a National Standards exemplar.
However, do not put any scored results for your prompts into e-asTTle! Yes, when the revised e-asTTle writing assessment becomes available in Term 2, the new single rubric replaces the old ones. The matrix focuses on how learners within each broad stage typically write. The curriculum levels reported for e-asTTle Writing are based on a standard-setting exercise undertaken to link performance on an e-asTTle assessment with the descriptions of writing competence provided in the Literacy Learning Progressions.