CELLA 2012“Train the Trainer”  Training for Facilitators   & Test Administrators February 23 & 24, 2012
Today’s Agenda Welcome and Introduction                                  Agenda Purpose of CELLA What’s New for 2012 T...
WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS   Brenda Trimble, ESOL Supervisor   Bonnie Atwater, Coordinator, Test Administration   Nancy Sa...
Purpose   ofCELLA
PURPOSE OF THE CELLA   CELLA provides evidence of program accountability in    accordance with Title I and Title III of N...
HOW WILL RESULTS FROM THE CELLA BE USED?Results will provide:  • data for charting student progress over time  • informati...
What’s New   for  2012?
WHAT’S NEW FOR 20121.        The 2012 administration of the CELLA is            March 5, 2012 to March 30, 2012.2.        ...
WHAT’S NEW FOR 2012     (cont)4.    Test books are NOT included in the schools’ Training      Materials Shipment.5.    The...
WHAT’S NEW FOR 2012       (cont)9.  Levels B, C, and D now have separate answer sheets, color-    coded to the correspondi...
Who? AndWhen?
WHO SHOULD BE TESTED?   All students in grades K–12, classified ELL, with a    code of “LY” or “LP” must be administered ...
2012 CELLA SCHEDULEEvent:                              Dates:Delivery of Training Materials to   January 25, 2012DistrictT...
CELLA TEST ADMINISTRATORREQUIREMENTS   Individuals assigned to administer the CELLA must have    sufficient proficiency i...
CELLAMaterials   andSecurity
2012 TESTING MATERIALS SHIPMENT   A1, B1, C1, or D1 test books (packaged in 10’s)   Level A One-on-One Prompt books   2...
AFTER RECEIPT OF TEST MATERIALS    District box(es) should be opened and checked against the box     content lists.    E...
2012 TEST ADMINISTRATION MANUALThe TAM is your key to a smooth test administration process.Among other things, it includes...
CELLA Test Security   All CELLA testing materials are to be kept secured    before, during, and after testing.   School ...
CELLA TEST SECURITY (cont)   Each school is required to maintain an accurate    CELLA Administration Record/Security Chec...
CELLA POLICIES AND PROCEDURESTest Invalidation           DNS or UNDO bubbles are located in Box 21 of the student        ...
TEST MATERIAL TYPESTo-Be-Scored Materials:        Used Level A Test Books        Used Level B, C, or D Answer Sheets   ...
TEST MATERIAL TYPES                     (cont)District Coordinator Only Materials:   TAM   Unused Paper Bands   Unused ...
CELLA POLICIES AND PROCEDURES    Defective Materials   If a test book or answer is identified as defective (e.g., the    ...
CELLA POLICIES AND PROCEDURESTest SecurityMissing Materials/Breaches of Administration Procedures    • Forms designed to r...
Return of Test MaterialsSCHOOL COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES1.   Inventory materials to make sure none are missing.2.   Fil...
StudentDemographics               26
STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICINFORMATION   All ELLs enrolled in the district as of January 06, 2012    and submitted by the distric...
PreID STUDENT LABELS AND ROSTERS   PreID Student Labels and Rosters are provided in the Testing Materials    Shipment to ...
SAMPLE PreID STUDENT LABEL   The following information MUST be correct for the student    label to be used:    ◦   Studen...
SAMPLE PreID Student Roster   The PreID Student Roster is included in the school’s Testing Materials    Shipment, and has...
ANSWER SHEETS WITH PreID LABELS   On answer sheets with correct PreID Labels, the    following additional boxes must stil...
ANSWER SHEETS WITHOUT PreID LABELS   On answer sheets without PreID Labels, school    personnel and/or students MUST fill...
CELLA Test Content             33
CONFIGURATION OF THE CELLA    Test Levels:               Each level contains four sections:    Level A (Grades K–2)       ...
TESTING TIMELevel A   Note: For Kindergarten and Grade 1, omit Reading and Writing    extension items.                   ...
TESTING TIMELevels B, C, and D                     36
CELLA ADMINISTRATIONACCOMMODATIONS   Accommodations are allowed only for students    with disabilities who have current I...
MAKE-UP TEST ADMINISTRATIONPROCEDURES◦ Schools are encouraged to administer the  CELLA at the earliest available time duri...
TestAdministration  Level A                 39
LEVEL A TEST ADMINISTRATION   Individually Administered Sections:    ◦ It is required that all sections of the CELLA be  ...
   The Stopping Rule is ONLY applicable to individually    administered sections.   If a student cannot answer five ques...
LEVEL ATEST MATERIALSThe following materials are needed to administer theLevel A test:    ◦ Student Test Book    ◦ One-on-...
LEVEL A LISTENINGSCRIPT DELIVERY OPTIONS (15 min)   The Listening section is paced by a script    that can be delivered i...
LEVEL A READING   The Reading section contains:    ◦ Core items (#1–15)      for all students in grades K–2      read a...
LEVEL A WRITING   The Writing section contains:    ◦ Core items (#1–7)       for all students grades K–2       read alo...
LEVEL A ONE-ON-ONE   The One-on-One section is administered individually using the    One-on-One Prompt Book.   Test Adm...
TestAdministrationLevels B, C, D                 47
ADMINISTERING LEVEL B, C, or D     TEST MATERIALSLevel B:    Level B1 Test Book    Levels A1 & B1 Listening CD    Level...
ADMINISTERING LEVEL B, C, or D   Individually Administered Section:    ◦ The Speaking section must be individually      a...
LEVEL B, C, or D LISTENINGSCRIPT DELIVERY OPTIONS(25 minutes)    The Listening section is paced by a script     that can ...
LEVEL B, C, or D READING(45 minutes)   The Reading section is divided into    two parts:    ◦ Part One: The student answe...
LEVEL B, C, or D WRITING(70 minutes)   The Writing section is divided into four parts:    ◦ Parts One & Two: The student ...
LEVEL B, C, or D SPEAKING(10-15 min)   The Speaking section is administered individually to all    students.   Test Admi...
CELLASpeaking ScoringActivities             54
SPEAKING ITEM TYPESThere are six Speaking item types:   Oral Vocabulary: The student identifies objects or actions, and  ...
PROBING QUESTIONS AND PROMPTSWhen administering the One-on-One section, it is important tokeep in mind the rules regarding...
SPEAKING SCORING PRACTICE At this point in the presentation, you will  review the rubrics, listen to sample  student resp...
SCORING PRACTICESPEECH FUNCTIONS   DFA p 172, 173 (Q2)                                         58
SCORING PRACTICEPERSONAL OPINION DFA p 208 (Q5)                                  59
SCORING PRACTICESTORY RETELLING DFA p 209, 210, 211(Q6)                          picture p. 196                           ...
SCORING PRACTICESTORY RETELLING DFA p 209, 210, 211(Q6)                                              picture p. 196       ...
RUBRIC “CHUNKING”•   Useful tool for rubrics of four or more    score points       Story Retelling       Graph Interpret...
SCORING PRACTICEGRAPH INTERPRETATION DFA p 212, 213,                       214 (Q7) picture p 197                         ...
SCORING PRACTICEGRAPH INTERPRETATION DFA p 212, 213,                      214 (Q7) picture p 197                          ...
READING ALOUD FOR FLUENCYLevel A Practice p 149, 150 DFA                                  65
SCORING PRACTICEREADING ALOUD FOR FLUENCYLEVEL B Practice p 182, 183 DFA                                  66
READING ALOUD FOR FLUENCY(LEVELS A & B ONLY)   What to count as errors:    ◦ Substitution      e.g., bird instead of bea...
READING ALOUD FOR FLUENCY(LEVELS A AND B ONLY)   What NOT to count as errors:    ◦ If the student makes repeated errors o...
Important WebsitesFDOE CELLA WEBSITE                                    :                                        Questar O...
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    1. 1. CELLA 2012“Train the Trainer” Training for Facilitators & Test Administrators February 23 & 24, 2012
    2. 2. Today’s Agenda Welcome and Introduction Agenda Purpose of CELLA What’s New for 2012 Test Materials & Security Student Demographics Test Configuration & Test Administration Speaking & Scoring Activities 1
    3. 3. WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS Brenda Trimble, ESOL Supervisor Bonnie Atwater, Coordinator, Test Administration Nancy Salgado-Martinez, ESOL Guidance Sandi Meritt, ESOL Resource Pat Grant, ESOL Resource 2
    4. 4. Purpose ofCELLA
    5. 5. PURPOSE OF THE CELLA CELLA provides evidence of program accountability in accordance with Title I and Title III of No Child Left Behind (NCLB). NCLB mandates schools and districts to meet state accountability objectives for increasing the English-language proficiency of English language learners. Accountability for ELLs is required under NCLB as measured by annual performance targets. Title I and Title III funding are dependent on compliance 4
    6. 6. HOW WILL RESULTS FROM THE CELLA BE USED?Results will provide: • data for charting student progress over time • information about language proficiency levels of individual students that can be used in making decisions regarding exit from ESOL programs • useful information about students’ strengths and weaknesses in English Results will NOT be used for: • grade-level placement • grade promotion or retention decisions 5
    7. 7. What’s New for 2012?
    8. 8. WHAT’S NEW FOR 20121. The 2012 administration of the CELLA is March 5, 2012 to March 30, 2012.2. Students entered on Survey 7 will receive a preID label. a. The ELL status must be entered correctly in order to use the PreID label. b. The electronic version of the PreID Student Roster is available online at ServicePoint https://fl-servicepoint.questarai.com. The printed PreID Student Roster is included in the Testing Materials. c. It is not required to grid the Grade Level in Box #11 on a preID answer sheet.3. The term “SECURE MATERIAL – MUST RETURN” now appears above the security barcode of all secure materials. (continued on next slide) 7
    9. 9. WHAT’S NEW FOR 2012 (cont)4. Test books are NOT included in the schools’ Training Materials Shipment.5. The Train-the-Trainer Manual and CD have been discontinued – information now found online at http://www.fldoe.org/aala/CELLA.asp6. The Test Administrator may now administer the CELLA sections in any order.7. The FDOE recommends that the Test Administrator assign the test book by writing the student’s name in the upper right corner box on the front cover.8. Two test book colors have changed: Level C is tan and Level D is green. (continued on next slide) 8
    10. 10. WHAT’S NEW FOR 2012 (cont)9. Levels B, C, and D now have separate answer sheets, color- coded to the corresponding test book.10. The TAM now contains the CELLA Test Accommodations section and the Scoring Rubrics (previously included in the DFA and T0T Manual).11. The DFA has been redesigned. a. The color is yellow, to distinguish it from the TAM. b. The Examiner’s text is now boxed. c. The Scoring Guides (rubrics) are now grouped together at the back of the manual, to facilitate training sessions.12. The color of the To-Be-Scored Return labels is now “PEACH.” 9
    11. 11. Who? AndWhen?
    12. 12. WHO SHOULD BE TESTED? All students in grades K–12, classified ELL, with a code of “LY” or “LP” must be administered CELLA during the approved window period Any new ELL enrolled prior to or during CELLA must be tested. Former ELLs (code of “LF”) who were exited from the ESOL program on or after September 1, 2011. 100% 11
    13. 13. 2012 CELLA SCHEDULEEvent: Dates:Delivery of Training Materials to January 25, 2012DistrictTrain-the-Trainer Sessions February 23 & 24, 2012Delivery of CELLA Testing February 13, 2012Materials to DistrictDelivery of CELLA Testing Week of February 27Materials to SchoolsCELLA Test Administration March 5 to March 30, 2012WindowReturn of Test Materials March 12, 2012 – April 6, 2012
    14. 14. CELLA TEST ADMINISTRATORREQUIREMENTS Individuals assigned to administer the CELLA must have sufficient proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing English to effectively apply the scoring rubric and evaluate students’ responses in English. Individuals assigned to administer the CELLA must complete the CELLA training (school-based). CELLA must be administered by certificated personnel 13
    15. 15. CELLAMaterials andSecurity
    16. 16. 2012 TESTING MATERIALS SHIPMENT A1, B1, C1, or D1 test books (packaged in 10’s) Level A One-on-One Prompt books 2012 TAM DFA Level B, C, or D Answer Sheets (packaged in 10’s) A1 & B1 or C1 & D1 Listening CDs PreID Student Labels and Rosters Training CDs for Speaking (Levels A, B, C, and D) Large-print and Braille test materials (if ordered) Paper Bands Materials Return Kits (including Return Shipping Labels, DCF and SRS) 15
    17. 17. AFTER RECEIPT OF TEST MATERIALS  District box(es) should be opened and checked against the box content lists.  Each school should count and verify that all boxes are received using the box count printed on the outside of each box.  Each school should open the box(es) upon receipt and verify all items listed on the shipping notice are enclosed in the shipment.NOTE: If there are any discrepancies, the School Coordinator should promptly notify the DCPSTesting Office. 16
    18. 18. 2012 TEST ADMINISTRATION MANUALThe TAM is your key to a smooth test administration process.Among other things, it includes answers to most frequentlyasked questions.When in doubt, READ the manual for:• The 2012 CELLA Schedule• Test Administration Policies & Procedures• Students To Be Tested• Instructions on Gridding Demographic & Test Information on Answer Documents• Test Security Policies & Procedures• Test Invalidation Policies & Procedures• Materials Return Instructions Responsibilities SECTION District School Test Administrator Coordinator Coordinator Before Testing 29 – 31 31 – 34 34- 36 During Testing 36 36 37 – 41 After Testing 49 – 51 44 – 49 42 – 43 Checklist 52 – 53 54 – 56 57 – 59 17
    19. 19. CELLA Test Security All CELLA testing materials are to be kept secured before, during, and after testing. School Test Coordinators and Test Administrators must be able to account for ALL test materials assigned to them. Test Administrators will be asked to sign a 2012 Security form at each school site (Appendix C in TAM) Test Administrators and School Coordinators will be asked to sign materials in and out. Each school is required to maintain an accurate Security Log for each testing room. 18
    20. 20. CELLA TEST SECURITY (cont) Each school is required to maintain an accurate CELLA Administration Record/Security Checklist ◦ Pre-populated electronic copies will be posted to ServicePoint https://fl-servicepoint.questarai.com Schools MUST account for and return all secure test materials. Materials are tracked using security barcodes. Secure documents should never be destroyed (shredded) except for soiled documents (e.g. due to a student’s illness), which must be destroyed in a secure manner. 19
    21. 21. CELLA POLICIES AND PROCEDURESTest Invalidation  DNS or UNDO bubbles are located in Box 21 of the student answer sheet. There is a DNS and UNDO bubble for each of the four sections: Listening, Speaking/One-on-One, Reading, and Writing.  Purpose of invalidation is to identify when the validity of test results have been compromised. It is the responsibility of the District Coordinator to inform schools that they may either: ◦ Invalidate/mark as DNS only after discussion with the District Coordinator, OR ◦ Invalidate/mark as DNS at the school level after discussion with the School Coordinator and the Test AdministratorNOTE: The Test Invalidation Policy and Procedures are on pages 26 - 27 of the TAM. 20
    22. 22. TEST MATERIAL TYPESTo-Be-Scored Materials:  Used Level A Test Books  Used Level B, C, or D Answer Sheets  Documents with gridded DNS bubblesNot-To-Be-Scored Materials: • Unused Level A Test Books (including large-print) • Level A One-on-One Prompt Books • Used and unused Levels B, C, and D test books (including large-print and Braille) • Levels A1 & B1 and Levels C1 & D1 Listening CDs • DFA (continued on next slide) 21
    23. 23. TEST MATERIAL TYPES (cont)District Coordinator Only Materials: TAM Unused Paper Bands Unused Document Count Forms and School Return Summaries Unused Levels B, C, or D Answer Sheets Unused Questar Return Labels Remaining PreID Student Labels and Rosters Original signed CELLA Administration Record/Security Checklist Original 2012 CELLA Security Logs Signed 2012 CELLA Administration and Security Agreement Training CDs for Speaking Seating Chart and Packing Slips, if applicable 22
    24. 24. CELLA POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Defective Materials If a test book or answer is identified as defective (e.g., the document is not readable, missing pages, mis-collated, or torn; has upside-down or duplicate pages; or is mis-cut), notify the Testing Office and return the defective test book or answer sheet with the Not-To-Be-Scored materials. Additional instructions on how to handle defective materials before or during testing is located on page 28 of the TAM. 23
    25. 25. CELLA POLICIES AND PROCEDURESTest SecurityMissing Materials/Breaches of Administration Procedures • Forms designed to report missing materials, test irregularities, and security breaches can be found on the FDOE CELLA website. 24
    26. 26. Return of Test MaterialsSCHOOL COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES1. Inventory materials to make sure none are missing.2. Fill out DCF (1 per grade, per school).3. Fill out SRS (1 per school).4. Pack To-Be-Scored and Not-To-Be-Scored materials in separate boxes.5. Pack DCO materials in the white box (or envelope).6. Return materials to the District Coordinator on or before due date. 25
    27. 27. StudentDemographics 26
    28. 28. STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICINFORMATION All ELLs enrolled in the district as of January 06, 2012 and submitted by the district in the PreID process (Survey 7) will have a PreID Student Label. Test Administrators may apply labels and/or complete answer sheets as soon as test materials are received from the School Coordinator. For Level A, the Test Administrator must complete the additional personal and demographic information for the student.IMPORTANT: Incomplete answer sheets or inaccurate information will affectdelivery of score reports. 27
    29. 29. PreID STUDENT LABELS AND ROSTERS PreID Student Labels and Rosters are provided in the Testing Materials Shipment to each school. ◦ PreID Student Labels are packaged alphabetically by grade. ◦ PreID Student Roster has one row of information per student which should be used to verify the accuracy of student demographic information. School personnel are responsible for ensuring that certain preidentified student information is correct. Steps to verify student demographic information is located on page 20 of the TAM. Reminders: ◦ Do NOT use PreID Labels from previous test administrations. ◦ Do NOT apply a label over another label. ◦ Do NOT use the PreID Labels for verification purposes. 28
    30. 30. SAMPLE PreID STUDENT LABEL The following information MUST be correct for the student label to be used: ◦ Student’s Last Name ◦ Student ID Number ◦ District Number ◦ School Number (code) ◦ Grade ◦ ELL Status If the above information is correct but the PreID Label is missing other information, that information may be gridded on the student demographic pages. Gridding information which is already included in the PreID Label will NOT override the label’s information. 29
    31. 31. SAMPLE PreID Student Roster The PreID Student Roster is included in the school’s Testing Materials Shipment, and has one row of information per student to verify the accuracy of student demographic information. 30
    32. 32. ANSWER SHEETS WITH PreID LABELS On answer sheets with correct PreID Labels, the following additional boxes must still be completed: box 1. Student Name box 2. Test Administrator Name box 3. School Name box 4. School Number box 5. District Name and District Number box 9. Test Date (use first test date) 31
    33. 33. ANSWER SHEETS WITHOUT PreID LABELS On answer sheets without PreID Labels, school personnel and/or students MUST fill in the appropriate boxes and grid the corresponding bubbles. Certain boxes may ONLY be gridded by school personnel Other boxes may be gridded either by school personnel OR by the studentNOTE: Refer to pp 13-14 of the TAM. 32
    34. 34. CELLA Test Content 33
    35. 35. CONFIGURATION OF THE CELLA Test Levels: Each level contains four sections: Level A (Grades K–2) Listening: All MC Level B (Grades 3–5) Speaking: All CR Level C (Grades 6–8) Reading: All MC Level D (Grades 9–12) Writing: MC & CR• All students must take all 4 sections of the CELLA. *new exit criteria this year = proficient in all 4 areas.• The Listening, Reading, and Writing sections can be administered in any order.• The Speaking/One-on-One section can be administered on a schedule that is convenient for the Test Administrator, but ensures that every student is tested individually.
    36. 36. TESTING TIMELevel A Note: For Kindergarten and Grade 1, omit Reading and Writing extension items. 35
    37. 37. TESTING TIMELevels B, C, and D 36
    38. 38. CELLA ADMINISTRATIONACCOMMODATIONS Accommodations are allowed only for students with disabilities who have current IEP or 504 Plans List of permissible and non-permissible accommodations to the testing procedures for administering the CELLA found in Appendix A of TAM Arrangements for implementing accommodations must be made prior to the administration dates. 37
    39. 39. MAKE-UP TEST ADMINISTRATIONPROCEDURES◦ Schools are encouraged to administer the CELLA at the earliest available time during the test administration window.◦ Make-up testing may begin on the second day of testing and continue throughout the administration window.◦ 100% tested 38
    40. 40. TestAdministration Level A 39
    41. 41. LEVEL A TEST ADMINISTRATION Individually Administered Sections: ◦ It is required that all sections of the CELLA be individually administered to students in kindergarten. ◦ It is required that the One-on-One section be individually administered to Grades 1 and 2 Group-Administered Sections: ◦ Grades 1 and 2 may take Listening, Reading, and Writing in small groups.NOTE: Kindergarten and Grade 1, omit Extension items in Reading and Writing. 40
    42. 42.  The Stopping Rule is ONLY applicable to individually administered sections. If a student cannot answer five questions in a row, you should administer at least the first question of each type. a. If the student is able to respond to the question even minimally, continue to administer the questions of that type. b. If the student cannot or does not respond to the first question of the type, skip to the next type. Then fill in the NR bubbles of the corresponding questions in the One-on-One scoring area of the student’s test book. 41
    43. 43. LEVEL ATEST MATERIALSThe following materials are needed to administer theLevel A test: ◦ Student Test Book ◦ One-on-One Prompt Book ◦ Levels A1 & B1 Listening CD ◦ DFA 42
    44. 44. LEVEL A LISTENINGSCRIPT DELIVERY OPTIONS (15 min) The Listening section is paced by a script that can be delivered in one of two ways: ◦ Recorded Delivery: playing the CD ◦ Teacher Delivery: reading the script aloud NOTE: To ensure students have optimal time to complete answers, the CD may be paused. However, repeating an item is prohibited. 43
    45. 45. LEVEL A READING The Reading section contains: ◦ Core items (#1–15)  for all students in grades K–2  read aloud by the Test Administrator  15 minutes ◦ Extension items (#16–25)  for grade 2 ONLY  completed by the student independently  Extra 20 minutes 44
    46. 46. LEVEL A WRITING The Writing section contains: ◦ Core items (#1–7)  for all students grades K–2  read aloud by the Test Administrator  15 minutes ◦ Extension items (#8–16)  for grade 2 ONLY  completed by the students independently  extra 15 minutes 45
    47. 47. LEVEL A ONE-ON-ONE The One-on-One section is administered individually using the One-on-One Prompt Book. Test Administrators score the student’s responses and record the scores on page 39 of the Level A Test Book in the One-on-One Scoring Section. 46
    48. 48. TestAdministrationLevels B, C, D 47
    49. 49. ADMINISTERING LEVEL B, C, or D TEST MATERIALSLevel B:  Level B1 Test Book  Levels A1 & B1 Listening CD  Level B Answer SheetLevel C:  Level C1 Test Book  Levels C1 & D1 Listening CD  Level C Answer SheetLevel D:  Level D1 Test Book  Levels C1 & D1 Listening CD  Level D Answer SheetLevels B, C, and D:  TAM  DFA 48
    50. 50. ADMINISTERING LEVEL B, C, or D Individually Administered Section: ◦ The Speaking section must be individually administered to all students. Group-Administered Sections: ◦ The Listening, Reading, and Writing sections are administered in small groups. 49
    51. 51. LEVEL B, C, or D LISTENINGSCRIPT DELIVERY OPTIONS(25 minutes)  The Listening section is paced by a script that can be delivered in one of two ways: ◦ Recorded Delivery: playing the CD ◦ Teacher Delivery: reading the script aloud NOTE: To ensure students have optimal time to complete answers, the CD may be paused. However, repeating an item is prohibited. 50
    52. 52. LEVEL B, C, or D READING(45 minutes) The Reading section is divided into two parts: ◦ Part One: The student answers discrete vocabulary questions. ◦ Part Two: The student reads passages and answers 4–6 questions, depending on the level. 51
    53. 53. LEVEL B, C, or D WRITING(70 minutes) The Writing section is divided into four parts: ◦ Parts One & Two: The student answers questions that test knowledge of grammar. ◦ Parts Three & Four: The student writes sentences and paragraphs. 52
    54. 54. LEVEL B, C, or D SPEAKING(10-15 min) The Speaking section is administered individually to all students. Test Administrators score the student’s responses and record the scores on the Level B, C, or D Answer Sheet on page 2. * *Question 14 appears only in Level B. 53
    55. 55. CELLASpeaking ScoringActivities 54
    56. 56. SPEAKING ITEM TYPESThere are six Speaking item types: Oral Vocabulary: The student identifies objects or actions, and states antonyms. Speech Functions: The student asks a question related to a situation. Personal Opinion: The student gives reasons to support an opinion. Story Retelling: The student hears a story and then repeats it. Graph Interpretation: The student compares and contrasts information displayed on a graph. Reading Aloud for Fluency: The student demonstrates his or her reading fluency by reading text aloud for 40 seconds. (Level A & B) 55
    57. 57. PROBING QUESTIONS AND PROMPTSWhen administering the One-on-One section, it is important tokeep in mind the rules regarding prompting: ◦ If the student does not initially understand a prompt, repeat the prompt, varying speed and intonation as appropriate. ◦ If a student’s response is too brief to accurately represent the student’s speaking ability, ask probing questions as appropriate. Probing questions can be used to:  get the student started speaking  clarify the question itself, if that will help  encourage the student to expand or elaborate ◦ A probing question must NOT introduce a new topic or provide vocabulary needed for a response. 56
    58. 58. SPEAKING SCORING PRACTICE At this point in the presentation, you will review the rubrics, listen to sample student responses, and practice scoring the sample student responses. You will need the following items: • Training CD for Speaking (Level A, B, C, or D) • DFA • TAM • Appendix D: Scoring Rubric Handouts & Checklists 57
    59. 59. SCORING PRACTICESPEECH FUNCTIONS DFA p 172, 173 (Q2) 58
    60. 60. SCORING PRACTICEPERSONAL OPINION DFA p 208 (Q5) 59
    61. 61. SCORING PRACTICESTORY RETELLING DFA p 209, 210, 211(Q6) picture p. 196 60
    62. 62. SCORING PRACTICESTORY RETELLING DFA p 209, 210, 211(Q6) picture p. 196 Rubric for Story Retelling (continued) 61
    63. 63. RUBRIC “CHUNKING”• Useful tool for rubrics of four or more score points  Story Retelling  Graph Interpretation• Helps identify subtle criteria differences 62
    64. 64. SCORING PRACTICEGRAPH INTERPRETATION DFA p 212, 213, 214 (Q7) picture p 197 63
    65. 65. SCORING PRACTICEGRAPH INTERPRETATION DFA p 212, 213, 214 (Q7) picture p 197 64
    66. 66. READING ALOUD FOR FLUENCYLevel A Practice p 149, 150 DFA 65
    67. 67. SCORING PRACTICEREADING ALOUD FOR FLUENCYLEVEL B Practice p 182, 183 DFA 66
    68. 68. READING ALOUD FOR FLUENCY(LEVELS A & B ONLY) What to count as errors: ◦ Substitution  e.g., bird instead of bear ◦ Mispronunciation  e.g., fell instead of fall  Words pronounced with an accent are counted as correct if they are understood, and cannot be confused with other English words. ◦ Omissions  i.e., skipped words  If the student stops or struggles with a word for 3 seconds, you may tell the student the word and count it as an error. 67
    69. 69. READING ALOUD FOR FLUENCY(LEVELS A AND B ONLY) What NOT to count as errors: ◦ If the student makes repeated errors on the same word, count the error only once. ◦ Repetitions and self-corrections are not counted as errors. 68
    70. 70. Important WebsitesFDOE CELLA WEBSITE : Questar Online Portal • State-wide Memorandums • CELLA Parent Information Brochure (flyer)*  Electronic PreID rosters • CELLA Interpretive Guide*  Pre-populated • Test Administration Manual administration • Training Materials record/security checklist • Customer Satisfaction Survey • Contact info…  School score reports  Secure – school password via Testing Office to TC * required communication * available in translations 69

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