If English Language Learner status and home language information are uploaded with your roster files, we will apply accent-specific filters to the relevant students' reading transcripts to help mitigate some (but not all) instances of second language interference. Technical documentation on this process is available in this Literably Administration Note.
Currently, Literably supports filtering for the following home languages:
- Haitian Creole
These include some of the most commonly spoken home languages, accounting for about 90% of English Language Learners in the United States. Future languages will be completed according to their prevalence in the population.
Adding ELL Information Via Rostering:
- If you are using Clever with Literably, this article has more information on how to update your rosters to incorporate students' ELL status and home language information.
- If you are creating your Literably rosters manually, please consult this Literably Help Center article.
- If you are rostering via OneRoster, this information can be shared via the metadata.literably.ELL and metadata.literably.homeLanguage fields in the user.csv file (see more details here).
- If you are rostering via ClassLink (using OneRoster), this article has more information oh how to add this metadata to your rostering files. You can also reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or your engagement manager for support with adding metadata to your rostering files.
Literably is designed to accept California state home language codes. For example, if a student's home language is Spanish, you would use the code "01". (Note: Haitian Creole is not included in this list, but is recognized by Literably. If a student's home language is Haitian Creole, enter "Haitian Creole".)