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D ynamic M easurement G roup. Supporting School Success One Step at a Time. IDEL™ Training:. Administration and Scoring of “Fluidez en el Nombramiento de las Letras” (FNL). Fluidez en el Nombramiento de las Letras (FNL). FRO. FLO. FPS. FSF. FUP. FNL.

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administration and scoring of fluidez en el nombramiento de las letras fnl

Dynamic

Measurement

Group

Supporting School Success One Step at a Time

IDEL™ Training:

Administration and Scoring of“Fluidez en el Nombramiento de las Letras” (FNL)

© 2005, Dynamic Measurement Group

fluidez en el nombramiento de las letras fnl
Fluidez en el Nombramiento de las Letras (FNL)

FRO

FLO

FPS

FSF

FUP

FNL

Beg Mid End Beg Mid End Beg Mid End Beg Mid End Beg Mid End Beg Mid End Beg Mid End Beg Mid End

Preschool Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade

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Big Idea:

Benchmark Goal:

Assessment Times:

NONE

No Benchmark Goal; Use local norms

Kindergarten:

Fall, Winter, Spring

First Grade: Fall

Fluidez en el Nombramiento de las Letras (FNL)

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letter naming is added measure of risk
Letter Naming is Added Measure of Risk
  • No benchmark goal for Fluidez en el Nombramiento de las Letras.
  • Serves as an indicator of risk in conjunction with scores on other IDEL measures.
  • Use local percentiles to determine risk.

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materials
Materials
  • Benchmark booklet
  • Student materials, i.e., page of letters
  • Clipboard
  • Stopwatch
  • Pen or pencil

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directions for administration
Directions for Administration
  • Place the page of letters (student materials) in front of the student.

2. Place the test booklet on clipboard and position so that the student cannot see what you record.

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3. Diga estas instrucciones específicas al alumno:

Aquí hay algunas letras. Dime el nombre de tantas letras como puedas. Cuando yo diga ‘empieza’, comienza aquí(señale la primera letra a la cabeza de la página a mano izquierda) y continúa a través de la página(demuéstrelo con el dedo). Señala cada letra y dime el nombre de la letra. Si llegas a una letra que no sabes cómo se llama, yo te la digo. Pon el dedo en la primera letra.¿Estás listo/a?(pausa) Empieza.

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Start your stopwatch.
  • Follow along on the score sheet in the test booklet. Put a slash (/) through letters named incorrectly (see scoring procedures).
  • At the end of 1 minute place a bracket (]) after the last letter named, say “para” and stop your stopwatch.

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timing rule for fnl continuous for 1 minute
Timing Rule for FNLContinuous for 1 minute
  • Start the stopwatch after you say, “empieza”
  • At the end of 1 minute place a bracket (]) after the last letter name, say “para” and stop your stopwatch.

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wait rule for fnl 3 seconds
If the student hesitates for 3 seconds on a letter, score the letter incorrect. Say the correct letter and, if necessary, point to the next letter, and say, “¿Qué letra?” This prompt can be repeated. Wait Rule for FNL3 Seconds

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discontinue rule first 10 letters
Discontinue RuleFirst 10 Letters

If the student does not get any correct letter names within the first 10 letters

(1 row), discontinue the task and record a score of zero (0).

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prompting rule
Prompting Rule
  • If the student provides the letter sound rather than the letter name, say, “Recuerda decirme el nombre de la letra, no el sonido.”
  • If the student provides the letter name in English rather than in Spanish, say,

“Recuerda decirme el nombre de la letra en español, no en inglés.”

  • Each of these prompts can be provided only once.

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directions for scoring
Directions for Scoring

Slash (/) any letter that the child omits or names incorrectly.

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scoring examples slash incorrect letters
Scoring Examples:Slash Incorrect Letters

Substitutions

A letter is incorrect if the student substitutes a different letter for the stimulus letter (e.g., “B” for “D”).

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LETTERS

STUDENT

SAYS

SCORING

PROCEDURE

CORRECT LETTERS

T D s U

T D s U

“t…s…u”

“t…u”

t D s U

t D s U

3/4

2/4

Scoring Examples:Slash Incorrect Letters

Omissions

A letter is incorrect if the student omits the letter.

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Note

Self Correct

If a student makes an error and corrects him or herself within 3 seconds, write “ac” (auto-corrige) above the letter and do not count it as an error.

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Note

Similar Shaped Font

For some fonts, including Times, the upper case letter “I,” and the lower case letter L” are difficult or impossible to distinguish.

A response of either “i” or “ele” is scored as correct.

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Note

Skips Row

If a student skips an entire row, draw a line through the row and do not count the row in scoring.

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Note

Articulation and Dialect

  • The student is not penalized for imperfect pronunciation due to dialect, articulation, or second language interference.
  • Example: The student consistently says /l/ for /r/ and pronounces “ele” for “erre” when naming the letter “R”.

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final scoring
Add number of correct letters named up to bracket.

Total number of correct letters named and write it in space provided.

Transfer number of correct letters named to front of booklet (benchmark assessment).

Final Scoring

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accommodations for fnl
Accommodations for FNL

Specific to FNL

  • Enlarge print
  • Colored overlays/close circuit TV
  • Braille
  • Use marker or ruler to keep place

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Practice Probe

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fnl practice

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FNL Practice

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