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How is the OER Scored? . It’s rated on a scale of 0-3 2 or 3 is considered “passing” So, what is a 0, 1, 2 or 3 answer?. 0 Insufficient. This response is too vague to understand. Or This response fails to give any textual evidence. (Quote) Or

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How is the oer scored

How is the OER Scored?

  • It’s rated on a scale of 0-3

  • 2 or 3 is considered “passing”

  • So, what is a 0, 1, 2 or 3 answer?


0 insufficient

0Insufficient

  • This response is too vague to understand.

    Or

  • This response fails to give any textual evidence. (Quote)

    Or

  • This response makes an interpretation notfound in the text.

    Or

  • This response is just a plot summary


1 partially sufficient

1Partially Sufficient

  • This response only gives an answer.

    Or

  • This response only gives textual evidence and fails to answer the question.

    Or

  • There is no clear connection between the answer and the evidence.


2 sufficient

2Sufficient

  • This response answers the question and gives appropriate evidence (Quote)

  • The connection between the answer and the evidence (Quote) is clear.


3 exemplary

3Exemplary

  • Everything a “2” has, PLUS:

    • Particularly insightful answer

    • Embedded quotations

    • Exceptional vocabulary


Now you be the judge

Now, you be the judge!


The answer is

The answer is…

  • Score Point 0

  • The student provides textual evidence from both selections but does not offer an idea for either. Stating that both the speaker and the narrator are trying to convey a message only repeats the question; it does not constitute an idea. Because no idea is presented, this response is insufficient.


What about this one

What about this one?


The answer is1

The Answer is…

  • Score Point 3

  • The student presents the reasonable idea that both the speaker and the narrator convey the message that sometimes things can be hard to say. Additional analysis extends the idea and demonstrates the student’s ability to make discerning connections across the selections. Well-chosen textual evidence strongly supports the validity of the idea.


And this one

And this one?


The answer is2

The Answer is…

  • Score Point 2

  • In this sufficient response, the student offers the idea that some things are better left unsaid. This idea is reasonable for both selections and clearly linked to the direct quotations that are used to support it.


Try this one

Try this one…


The answer is3

The answer is…

  • Score Point 1

  • The student presents the reasonable idea that the speaker and the narrator convey the message that human emotions can be so strong that words cannot describe them. Although the analysis is clear and reasonable, the student provides no textual support, making this response only partially sufficient.


Student samples from last year

Student Samples from Last Year

  • The following are samples from last year’s STAAR. These are all the high scoring OERs from MY students.

  • Yay for you guys!


Score point 3

Score Point 3


Score point 2

Score Point 2


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