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  1. Click here for the Attainment Task Administration Guidelines Alternate Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) – formerly KAAP Attainment Task Training Module December 2012 Part II

  2. Preparing Accommodations 2 Alternate K-PREP • Refer to accommodations guidelines in the Administration Guide – Attainment Task • Age appropriate • Related to student’s verified disability • Part of ongoing instruction provided throughout the school year • Helps student access general curriculum and demonstrate what he/she knows and can do • Described in the student’s IEP • Accommodations or modifications shall not inappropriately impact the content being measured • The Attainment Task Resource Guide provides additional examples of appropriate accommodations.

  3. Examples of Accommodations 3 Alternate K-PREP

  4. Examples of Accommodations Replace this symbol with this symbol. 4 Alternate K-PREP The student uses picture symbols. If there is a symbol that the student has been using which is different than the one provided with the test, it is acceptable to change it. HOWEVER, if you change one picture, you must change all response options for that question.

  5. Examples of Accommodations • A student with limited vision may need features highlighted. For example, features on a map could be highlighted as needed using markers, craft paint, glue, raised surfaces, etc. The map section on the left can have features made bolder as long as it bolds all features and not just the correct answer. Picture as provided Modified picture 5 Alternate K-PREP

  6. Examples of Accommodations • If the student has been using an electronic program such as Classroom Suite, then the pictures can be presented to the student using that program. As before, all response options for the question need to be provided in this manner. Student selection is reflected in answer box These buttons read / preview the choice below it Words are highlighted (synchronous) as they are read Pictures represent answer choices Click here for Part III of the Attainment Task Training 6 Alternate K-PREP