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NYS ELA Regents Examination (Common Core) Scoring Training. Denise Pawlewicz Phyllis Litzenberger. Six Shifts in ELA Assessments. Part 1 – Reading Comprehension Scorer Training. Part 1: Reading Comprehension Overview. Suggested completion time is 1 hour Students will . . .

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part 1 reading comprehension overview
Part 1: Reading ComprehensionOverview
  • Suggested completion time is 1 hour
  • Students will . . .
    • close read three texts—one from literature, one poem, and one informational text—totaling approximately 2,600 words
    • answer 24 multiple-choice questions
slide7

Training Protocol

  • Analyze Task
  • Analyze Rubric
  • Read Texts
  • Read Anchor Papers Against the Rubric
  • Discuss the Annotations for Each Anchor Paper
  • Practice Scoring Sample Papers Using the Rubric
  • Discuss the Annotations for Each Practice Paper
slide8

Materials for Training

  • Part 2 Teacher’s Packet includes:
  • Task
  • Exam Texts
  • Rubric
  • Anchor Set Papers with Annotations
  • Practice Set Papers with Annotations
part 2 writing from sources argument overview
Part 2: Writing from Sources—ArgumentOverview
  • Suggested completion time is 90 minutes
  • Student will . . .
    • close read four informational texts, which may include graphics, totaling approximately 2,600 words
    • write a source-based argument
part 2 writing from sources argument task analysis
Part 2: Writing from Sources—ArgumentTask Analysis
  • Read the task for . . .
    • Student tasks
    • Topic
    • Criteria
    • Guidelines
    • Texts

Please refer to page 2 of your Teacher’s Packet.

part 2 writing from sources argument text analysis
Part 2: Writing from Sources—Argument Text Analysis
  • Read the four texts closely for . . .
    • evidence to support a for or against argument based on the given topic

Please refer to pages 3-9 of your Teacher’s Packet.

holistic scoring overview
Holistic Scoring Overview
  • evaluate the paper based on its overall quality as specified by the rubric criteria
  • consider the paper as a total work where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
  • do not consider one criteria contributing more weight to the score than another
  • read the entire response before determining a score, and then promptly assign a score
  • read supportively, looking for and rewarding those things done well in the paper
  • do not focus on identification of weakness or errors in the paper but rather focus on overall quality
part 2 writing from sources argument rubric analysis
Part 2: Writing from Sources—Argument Rubric Analysis
  • Rate argument essays holistically using the six-point scale and the following criteria:
  • Content and Analysis
  • Command of Evidence
  • Coherence, Organization, and Style
  • Control of Conventions

Please refer to page 10 of your Teacher’s Packet.

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Part 2: Writing from Sources—Argument Condition Codes

  • An essay that addresses fewer texts than required by the task can be scored no higher than a 3.
  • An essay that is a personal response and makes little or no reference to the task or texts can be scored no higher than a 1.
  • An essay that is totally copied from the task and/or texts with no original student writing must be scored a 0.
  • An essay that is totally unrelated to the task, illegible, incoherent, blank, or unrecognizable as English must be scored as a 0.
part 2 writing from sources argument anchor and practice papers
Part 2: Writing from Sources—Argument Anchor and Practice Papers
  • Review each Anchor Paper, one at a time along with its accompanying annotation
  • When review of the Anchor Papers is completed, score each of the 5 Practice Papers
  • Compare your scores with the Practice Paper annotations
  • Anchor papers are examples of student essays at particular score points.
  • Practice papers are used to confirm that scorers understand the rubric and scoring rationale.
  • Annotations are commentaries that explain the holistically assigned score point.
anchor paper part 2 level 6 a
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 6 – A

Please refer to pages 11-13 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 6 a annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 6 – AAnnotation

Please refer to page 14 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 6 b
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 6 – B

Please refer to pages 15-17 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 6 b annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 6 – BAnnotation

Please refer to page 18 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 5 a
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 5 – A

Please refer to pages 19-20 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 5 a annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 5 – AAnnotation

Please refer to page 22 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 5 b
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 5 – B

Please refer to pages 23-25 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 5 b annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 5 – BAnnotation

Please refer to page 26 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 5 c
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 5 – C

Please refer to pages 27-28 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 5 c annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 5 – CAnnotation

Please refer to page 29 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 4 a
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 4 – A

Please refer to pages 30-31 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 4 a annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 4 – AAnnotation

Please refer to page 32 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 4 b
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 4 – B

Please refer to pages 33-34 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 4 b annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 4 – BAnnotation

Please refer to page 35 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 4 c
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 4 – C

Please refer to pages 36-37 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 4 c annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 4 – CAnnotation

Please refer to page 38 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 3 a
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 3 – A

Please refer to pages 39-40 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 3 a annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 3 – AAnnotation

Please refer to page 41 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 3 b
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 3 – B

Please refer to page 42 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 3 b annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 3 – BAnnotation

Please refer to page 43 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 3 c
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 3 – C

Please refer to pages 44-45 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 3 c annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 3 – CAnnotation

Please refer to page 46 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 2 a
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 2 – A

Please refer to page 47 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 2 a annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 2 – AAnnotation

Please refer to page 48 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 2 b
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 2 – B

Please refer to page 49 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 2 b annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 2 – BAnnotation

Please refer to page 50 of your Teacher’s Packet.

anchor paper part 2 level 2 c
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 2 – C

Please refer to pages 51-52 of your Teacher’s Packet

anchor paper part 2 level 2 c annotation
Anchor Paper – Part 2 – Level 2 – CAnnotation

Please refer to page 53 of your Teacher’s Packet.

part 2 writing from sources argument scoring considerations
Part 2: Writing from Sources—Argument Scoring Considerations
  • Spend time analyzing the task criteria and guidelines
  • Spend time close reading texts and discussions of the evidence for both sides of the argument
  • Double score each argument
  • Note the differences between a 5-4 and a 4-3 on the rubric
  • Reiterate holistic grading
  • Reinforce what the state accepts as quality work is different from what we might expect in our classroom
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Training Protocol

  • Analyze Task
  • Analyze Rubric
  • Read Texts
  • Read Anchor Papers Against the Rubric
  • Discuss the Annotations for Each Anchor Paper
  • Practice Scoring Sample Papers Using the Rubric
  • Discuss the Annotations for Each Practice Paper
slide53

Materials for Training

  • Part 3 Teacher’s Packet includes:
  • Task
  • Exam Texts
  • Rubric
  • Anchor Set Papers with Annotations
  • Practice Set Papers with Annotations
part 3 text analysis exposition overview
Part 3: Text Analysis—ExpositionOverview
  • Suggested completion time is 30 minutes
  • Student will . . .
    • Close read a text, it may be literary or information, totaling approximately 1,000
    • Write a two- to three- paragraph response
part 3 text analysis exposition task analysis
Part 3: Text Analysis—ExpositionTask Analysis
  • Read the task for . . .
    • Student tasks
    • Topic
    • Criteria
    • Guidelines
    • Texts
  • Note a response is not an essay—it does not require introduction or conclusion paragraphs

Please refer to page 2of your Teacher’s Packet.

part 3 text analysis exposition text analysis
Part 3: Text Analysis—ExpositionText Analysis
  • Read the text John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address independently
  • As you read, note possible central ideas and writing strategies

Please refer to pages 3-6 of your Teacher’s Packet.

part 3 text analysis exposition rubric analysis
Part 3: Text Analysis—ExpositionRubric Analysis
  • Rate responses holistically using the four-point scale and the following criteria:
  • Content and Analysis
  • Command of Evidence
  • Coherence, Organization, and Style
  • Control of Conventions
  • .

Please refer to page 7 of your Teacher’s Packet.

part 3 rubric condition codes
Part 3- Rubric Condition Codes
  • A response that is a personal response and makes little or no reference to the task or text can be scored no higher than a 1.
  • A response that is totally copied from the text with no original writing must me given a 0.
  • A response that is totally unrelated to the task, illegible, incoherent, blank, or unrecognizable as English must be scored as a 0.
directions for reviewing anchor and practice papers
Directions for Reviewing Anchor and Practice Papers
  • Anchor papers are examples of student responses at particular score points.
  • Practice papers are used to confirm that scorers understand the rubric and scoring rationale.
  • Annotations are commentaries that explain the holistically assigned score point.
  • Review each Anchor Paper one at a time along with its accompanying annotation
  • When review of the Anchor Papers is completed, score each of the 5 Practice Papers
  • Compare your scores with the Practice Paper Annotations
part 3 anchor papers

Part 3:Anchor Papers

Please refer to page 8of your Teacher’s Packet

weighting of test parts
Weighting of Test Parts
  • Each part has a raw score, which is converted into a weighted score credit using weighting factors
  • These weighting factors are based on anticipated time on task, content coverage, and psychometric properties of the test and given a weighting factor.