Understanding the Graded Assessment Page Follow
From your teacher dashboard, clicking on the title of a graded assessment will allow you to view more details about that assessment. Each graded assessment consists of the running record, the multiple choice responses, and the retell.
Review the running record to understand the student's oral reading.
1. Navigation Buttons
- Assessment History: Returns you to the student's Assessment History page.
- Print: Allows you to print the graded assessment history.
- Secret Access Link: Clicking this button generates a unique URL that allows others to view the student's assessment history page, even if they do not have a Literably account. This might be a helpful way to share a student's assessment data with parents or colleagues. More details about this button can be found here.
2. Recording Playback Bar
- Literably will save and allow you to play back a student's entire recording.
- Clicking on the 3 dots to the right of the playback bar will allow you to download the audio file.
- The date and time indicate the time that the student completed the assessment.
- Note: the time is based on the district's timezone. If Literably does not have your district's timezone information, the times will be in PST.
4. Results Summary
This section provides a summary of information captured on the teacher dashboard.
- Rate: Number of words correct per minute (WCPM) the student read
- Accuracy: 51/54 = 51 words read correctly out of 54 words read in one minute
- Self Corrects: The self-correction rate, expressed as a ratio via this calculation:
- Number of self-corrections : (Number of errors + Number of self-corrections)
- In the above example, the self-correction rate is 3 : (3+3) = 1 : 2. This means that the student corrects approximately 1 out of every 2 errors.
- Comprehension score: the number of questions the student answered correctly out of the total number of questions resulting in the percentage
- Leveling Recommendation: the first level indicates the level the student tested on and the recommended adjustment, based on Literably's leveling table. In this example, Katniss tested on an L and was recommended to move down 1 level, resulting in a K. This leveling recommendation is only displayed on a student’s most recent assessment.
5. Running Record
- MSV analysis provided for Errors and Self-Corrections
- Graded using these conventions
- Two red back slashes (//) indicates where the grading ends.*
*Generally, Literably will score the first 2 minutes of a recording for levels A-G, and the first 1 minute for levels H-Z. Sometimes, districts/schools select different subscription plans that score 2 minutes for all levels (more details here).
Multiple Choice Comprehension
Get insight into the student's level of understanding.
- The blue dot next to an answer indicates the answer a student chose.
- The bolded answer is the correct answer.
- Code in parentheses indicates the Common Core Standard the question aligns with.
Click here to see the Common Core Standards that Literably assesses at each grade level.
- See how well the student can retell the passage. As Literably has not yet found an objective way to score the retell, it is not automatically graded. Click here for more information.
- Teachers can score the retell on a simple 1-4 rubric using the Score Retell dropdown. The assigned retell score will be saved. The retell score will not affect the student's level. As always, the teacher can adjust the student's level if (s)he feels it is appropriate.
- Students have the option to type out their response or to record their retell.
The below retell is from a student who typed out their response.
The below retell is from a student who recorded their retell. If a student chooses to record their retell more than once, the last recording is the one that will be saved and available for review.