Using the Comprehension Tracker Follow
Overview: The Literably comprehension tracker allows teachers to see how students are performing on various types of multiple-choice comprehension questions, grouped by question types & Common Core State Standards (CCSS) standards. (Note: Please see "TEKS Alignment" below if you use TEKS standards.)
Directions: The comprehension tracker can be accessed by clicking on the "purple waffle" icon in the top-right corner of your teacher dashboard.
The top two rows of the tracker list the College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards that are assessed in Literably's multiple-choice comprehension questions (more details here).
The percentages in the table represent the proportion of questions students answered correctly, out of all of the questions of that type they have seen, across all the Literably assessments they have taken in the current school year.
- The "Total" row displays this percentage for the entire class.
- For Harry Potter above, as an example, the 54% under CCRA.R.3 (Chronology) indicates that he has correctly answered 54% of questions relate to the "Chronology" standard, across all Literably assessments he's taken; he has answered 46% of these questions incorrectly.
- To see how the questions are written, you can click on a student's graded assessment. The multiple-choice questions will list the standard they were written to assess:
The tracker is color-coded according to a 4-color system, with blue (75-100%), green (50-75%), orange (25-50%), and red (0-25%) representing lowest to highest levels of risk, respectively.
School & District Admins: If a school or district admin clicks on the comprehension tracker icon while viewing a teacher's dashboard, they will be able to view that teacher's comprehension tracker.
TEKS Alignment*: If your district has opted to display alignment to TEKS standards (more info here), your comprehension tracker will list the corresponding TEKS standards in the "Citations" row:
- To save space, Literably has left off "ELA" and the grade level from the TEKS citations. For example, for Argument, Literably lists "8.E" instead of "ELA.K.8.E."
*Only applicable for some districts/schools.