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Administering and Scoring the ELPA Initial Screening

Fall 2006

Michigan Department of Education


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Welcome

Marilyn Roberts, Director

Office of Educational Assessment

and Accountability (OEAA)


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Welcome

To Download this Power Point,

Go to www.mistreamnet.com


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Welcome

To order Videotapes or DVDs

Contact Brenda Hose

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 734-334-1437


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Welcome

Questions?

E-mail: [email protected]

Fax: 734-334-1857


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Part 1: ELPA Initial Screening

First statewide administration

Meeting Federal Requirements

Which students are assessed

Assessment Accommodations


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Part 1: ELPA Initial Screening

Administration Schedule

Who can Administer the ELPA

Security


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningFirst Statewide Administration

Second step in improving assessment of English language learners (ELLs)

Creates a more uniform standards-based measure for eligibility


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningMeeting Federal Requirements

3 Proficiency levels are linked to required annual administration

Based on state-adopted English language proficiency standards

Reporting of listening, reading, writing, speaking, & comprehension


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningMeeting Federal Requirements

Title VI requires the use of the Home Language Survey to determine potential eligibility for services at the time of enrollment.


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningMeeting Federal Requirements

Home language survey—

Is your child’s native tongue a language other than English?

Is the primary language used in your child’s home or environment a language other than English?


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningMeeting Federal Requirements

Home language survey—

If the answer to either question is “YES”, the child is assessed to determine eligibility of services.


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningWhich Students Are Assessed

Student is assessed with English language proficiency assessment—ELPA Initial Screening

Students scoring below proficient are eligible for Title III services.


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningWhich Students Are Assessed

All students in grades K-12 who are eligible for Title III services and were not assessed with ELPA last spring.

Public schools, charter schools, private schools with public school assessment agreements.


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Part 1:ELPA Initial ScreeningAssessment Accommodations

All students with disabilities who are potential ELLs are to be screened

Refer to Assessment Accommodations Summary Table for ELPA specifics


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningAssessment Accommodations

Use of an accommodation is based on documentation in school record.

Decision to be made on student-by-student basis


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningAssessment Accommodations

Nonstandard accommodations change construct being measured.

Students using nonstandard accommodations will not count as being assessed for participation


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Part 1: ELPA Initial ScreeningAdministration Schedule

Continuous session for each part or section

Writing section has two parts

Reading for K-2 has two parts


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Part 1: ELPA Initial Screening

ELPA is untimed, numbers of items provide guide for administrative planning purposes.


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Part 1:ELPA Initial ScreeningWho can Administer the ELPA

ELPA District Coordinator

ELPA Building Coordinator

ELPA Assessment Administrators

ELPA Assessment Proctors


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Part 1:ELPA Initial ScreeningSecurity

ELPA is a secure assessment.

All ELPA materials must be kept secure.

All materials are to be returned to MDE/ELPA in Lansing.


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Plan: ELPA Initial ScreeningSecurity

ELPA Confidentiality and Security Agreement

For all involved in ELPA administration process

For everyone handling ELPA materials


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Part 1: ELPA Initial Screening

To Download this Power Point,

Go to www.mistreamnet.com


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Part 1: ELPA Initial Screening

Questions?

E-mail: [email protected]

Fax: 734-334-1857


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Part 2: Preparing for the ELPA ELPA Features and Materials

Mary Bowles, Assessment Development Manager

Harcourt Assessment, Inc.

Marilyn Roberts, Director

Office of Educational Assessment

and Accountability (OEAA)


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ELPA Features and Materials

Manual for Building and District Coordinators with Directions for Administration and Scoring

Audiotapes or CDs for Listening


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ELPA Features and Materials

Manual for Building and District Coordinators with Directions for Administration and Scoring:

Table of Contents

Part A Chart - Page 8

Part B Chart – Page 9

Sample Demographic Page – Page 16

Will be linked on web site


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Part 2: ELPA Initial Screening

Two Parts

Part A— Initial screening

Part B— Item Pilots


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Features of the ELPAPart A Sections and Items

SectionItems

Listening 8-9

Reading 8

Writing 4-6

Speaking 4


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ELPA Features and Materials

Part A:

Contains all four domains: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking

Contains existing items


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ELPA Features and Materials

Part B:

Short sections, or forms (you’ll administer only one form per level)

Will cover one, or possibly two, domains

Contains newly developed items


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ELPA Features and Materials

LEVELS:

Level I Pilot = for fall Kindergarten students; Listening and Speaking only

Level I = for fall Grade 1 students


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ELPA Features and Materials

LEVELS (contd):

Level II = for fall students in Grades 2-3

Level III = for fall students in Grades 4-6

Level IV = for fall students in Grades 7-9

Level V = for fall students in Grades 10-12


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ELPA Features and MaterialsPart A - Levels I - II (Grades 1-3):

Students write in Test Booklets

Contains Demographic Page on back of Test Booklet

Separate Speaking booklets (reusable)


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ELPA Features and MaterialsPart A - Levels I - II (contd)

Speaking Test Scoring Form (in Test Booklet)

A box is provided at end of each section for recording score


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ELPA Features and MaterialsPart A – Levels III-V:

All 4 domains are in student Test Booklet

Students will write all answers for Part A and Part B in Answer Document


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ELPA Features and MaterialsPart A – All Levels:

Answer Key (in Manual/DFA)

Test Administrator will score all sections

Optional Student Record Sheet (in Manual DFA)


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ELPA Features and MaterialsPart B – Levels I-II:

Students write in Test Booklet

Students take only one form

Covers only one language domain

Demographic Page on back


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ELPA Features and Materials Part B – Level III:

Students take only one form

Students write in corresponding Answer Document

Covers only one language domain


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ELPA Features and Materials Part B – Levels IV and V:

Students take only one form

Students write in corresponding Answer Document

May cover one language domain or students may take a combination of Listening and Speaking, or Reading and Writing


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ELPA Features and Materials Answer Document:

Use for Levels III - V

Contains both Parts A and B

Contains Table of Contents

Contains Demographic Page

Contains Rubrics for Writing and Speaking, Part A and Speaking, Part B


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ELPA Features and Materials Manual for Building and District Coordinators

Student Record Sheet – Page 19

Part A Answer Key – Page 20

Specific Directions for Administering include tabs


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ELPA Features and Materials Manual for Building and District Coordinators

Contains both Writing and Speaking Rubrics for Part A

Contains Speaking Rubrics for Part B


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Features of the ELPA Four Sections:

Listening

Reading

Writing

Speaking


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Preparing for ELPA: Part 2

Questions?

E-mail: [email protected]

Fax: 734-334-1857


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Part 2: Administering the ELPAScoring the Speaking Section

Types of Speaking Responses

Sentence Completion

Storytelling

Story Retell


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Grades 9-12

Copyright 2006 by Harcourt Assessment, Inc.


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Speaking Scoring FormExample

Copyright 2006 by Harcourt Assessment, Inc.


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Grades K-2

Copyright 2006 by Harcourt Assessment, Inc.


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Part 2: Preparing for ELPA

Questions?

E-mail: [email protected]

Fax: 734-334-1857


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Part 2: Preparing for ELPA

To Download this Power Point,

Go to www.mistreamnet.com


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Part 3: Scoring and Reporting

Mike Konzman, Technical Consultant

Office of Educational Assessment

and Accountability (OEAA)

Phil Chase, ELPA Specialist

Office of Educational Assessment

and Accountability (OEAA)


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ELPA Initial Screening

Ordering Additional Materials

Creating ELPA Screener Users

ELPA Screener Entry Screen

Changing ELPA Screener Information

ELPA Screener Reports


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Ordering Additional Materials

Determine which students are new at your school. The OEAA secure site will list students who have taken the ELPA in the spring. The ELPA Initial Screening will be used for students who are new to your school and who have not taken the previous ELPA.


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Ordering Additional Materials

  • Additional Assessment materials

    • If additional materials are needed, contact your ELPA Building Coordinator.

    • Specify the type and amount of materials.


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Creating an ELPA Screener User

In order to enter student scores or access reports, you must be designated as an ELPA Screener User.

  • Click on Users from the menu at the left.

  • Click on the New button to the right.


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Creating an ELPA Screener User

The fields in red are required. Type will be either district or school depending on required access. User ID can be alpha and/or numeric. Primary Role will be ELPA Screener.


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Creating an ELPA Screener User

After all red fields are completed, click on the SAVE button at the top right. A message will display at the bottom. Either the record was successfully added to the database or the User ID already exists. If user ID already exists, you will need to complete the screen again, using a different user ID.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

1. Log into the secure OEAA Web site.

2. Click on ELPA Screener Entry on the menu at the left (on top).



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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

3. Enter student demographics.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

4. Enter Score information for Part A. Use the pull-down menus to enter in the raw scores for each language domain.

Note: Make sure you havecorrectly selected thestudent’s grade levelbefore entering scores for Part A.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

5. Next, click the check-boxes for each standard accommodation that you provided to the student at the time of testing.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

6. Indicate whether this student completed a Part B form.

7(a). If the answer is no, immediately save this student data by clicking on the “Save” button at the top of the screen.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

7(b). If the answer is yes, the screen will automatically refresh with a pull-down menu so that you can enter the Part B form number.

8. Select the correct form number.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

The screen will automatically refresh, showing one pull-down menu for every item on the Part B form that your student took.

Each pull-down menu is coded to accept a letter answer choice or a numerical rubric score.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

Note: If your student completed a Writing form for Part B, you will not enter in scores. Instead, the screen will display directions for sending in the Writing Part B forms to the OEAA.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

9. Enter in the student’s actual answer choices for Part B. The pull-down menus for Speaking forms will not be multiple-choice letter options; they will be numerical rubric scores for items that are scored by the teacher at the time of testing.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

If a student did not answer an item, use the “NR” (no response) option for that item.


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ELPA Screener Entry Screen

When you have finished entering in all scores and accommodations, save student data by clicking on the “Save” button at the top of the screen.

The student is now registered for the Fall 2006 ELPA Screener test cycle.


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ELPA Student Record Sheet

Page 19,

Directions for

Administration


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ELPA Student Record Sheet

  • The Student Record Sheet is an optional form that you may use if someone else is going to enter in scores for your students.

  • One form should be photocopied for each student. Teachers or test administrators may then enter in Part A raw scores and Part B answer choices or rubric scores on the Student Record Sheet.


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Changing ELPA Screener Info

  • Click on Student Search on the menu at the left (on top).

  • Enter search information and click the search button.


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Changing ELPA Screener Info

  • Students matching the search criteria will be displayed.

  • Select the student to be updated by clicking on the student name link.


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Changing ELPA Screener Info

  • Test cycles for the student selected will be displayed.

  • Select the “Fall 2006 ELPA Screener – 2006” link.


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Changing ELPA Screener Info

  • The ELPA Screener page will be displayed and the student’s information can be changed.


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ELPA Screener Reports

  • Click ELPA Screener Reports from the menu at the left.

  • Click Submit for reports and Download for a csv file of student score data.


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ELPA Screener Reports

Sample of Individual Student Report for the ELPA Initial Screening


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ELPA Screener Reports

The Individual Student Report provides:

  • an overall scale score for the student’s performance

  • number of points earned and total points possible

  • a letter code for the student’s proficiency level.


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ELPA Screener Reports

Also, a graphical representation compares this student’s score with cuts for Basic (B), Intermediate (I), and Proficient (P).


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ELPA Screener Reports

The “cut score” is the minimum expected score that a student would achieve if he or she were Proficient in English at his or her grade level.

Note that although it is not pictured here, the Comprehension language domain will also be reported.


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ELPA Screener Reports

Sample of Class Roster Report for the ELPA Initial Screening


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ELPA Screener Reports

The Class Roster Report provides:

  • the same scale score data shown on the Individual Student Reports for all students in one class or group

  • total of the number of students tested in each group, grade, and school.

    Note again that although it is not pictured here, the Comprehension language domain will also be reported.


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Ending an Assessment Session

ELPA is untimed (over when students finish)

Collect materials from students individually

Lock up materials between

ELPA sessions

Part 3: Scoring and Reporting


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Part 3: Scoring and Reporting

After an Assessment Session

One answer document per student

Demographic information filled in

Follow directions to provide scoring



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Part 3: Scoring and Reporting

After an Assessment Session

Return all completed assessment materials to MDE/ELPA

Return Security Compliance Forms

Return Directions for Administration to the ELPA Coordinator


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Part 3: Scoring and Reporting Returning Materials to MDE/ELPA

  • Student Demographic Page

  • Returning Materials


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Part 3: Scoring and Reporting MDE/ELPA

  • Save boxes for returning materials

  • Labels: orange for scorable and green for nonscorable

  • Building and District Identification Sheets: Use Identification sheets as cover sheets for banded sets of returned materials

  • Security Forms


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Part 3: Scoring and Reporting MDE/ELPAReturning Materials to MDE/ELPA

  • Place an identification sheet on top of each basic reporting unit

  • Review packaging instructions in Test Coordinator Manual

  • No shipping fee



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Part 3: Scoring and Reporting MDE/ELPAReturning Materials to MDE/ELPA

OEAA Address

MDE/ELPA

Hannah Building, Upper Level 201S

608 W. Allegan Street

Lansing, MI 48933


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Michigan ELPA Dates to Remember MDE/ELPA

  • September 6-7, 2006

    • Districts receive materials

  • September 8-October 4, 2006

    • Test administration window

  • October 6, 2006

    • Last day to receive materials


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Resource Information MDE/ELPA

  • Instructions for website usage can be found on the login page of the secure website, www.michigan.gov/meap-secureby clicking on the pink link titled Enhancement How-to Documents

  • Help with accommodations can be found at (517) 335-0471


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Resource Information MDE/ELPA

  • Administration Manual and Coordinators Handbooks

  • Call 877-560-8378 for assistance with the OEAA secure Web site

  • E-mail [email protected] for assistance with the OEAA secure Web site for ELPA


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Comments and Suggestions MDE/ELPA

Marilyn Roberts

[email protected]

(517) 335-0567

Phil Chase

[email protected]

(517) 335-3967

Michigan Department of Education

608 W. Allegan St.

P.O. Box 30008

Lansing, MI 48909


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Thank You! MDE/ELPA

  • Wayne RESA Technical Staff

  • MAISA’s network of videoconference sites


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