Literably uses the following conventions to indicate how a student answered prompts in phonological awareness and phonics assessments:
|The response is given correctly.||No red text on the response, and no text is grayed out.||The student said "/a/ /t/," with a space in between the sounds.||Correct: 1/1|
|Omission||Sound(s) said by the student are in black text; sound(s) omitted by the student are grayed out.||The student said "/k/," and then was silent.||Incorrect: 0/1|
|Substitution||Student's response is in red text, and the correct response is grayed out.||The student said "/sh/."||Incorrect: 0/1|
|Insertion*||Student's insertion is in red text, and the response text is in black.||The student said "/sh/" two times.||Incorrect: 0/1|
|Self-Correction*||Student's self-correction is in red text and labeled "SC," and the response text is in black.||The student said "/n/," followed by "pik."||Incorrect: 0/1|
*Currently, students' responses in phonological awareness assessments need to match the answer 100% in order to be counted as correct. If a student repeats the answer or inserts extraneous utterances, their response will be scored as incorrect (0/1). In other words, insertions and self-corrections are currently counted as errors for these assessments.
If possible, students should say their response only one time in their recording.