Amplify ELA: General Reporting Overview

ELA Reporting offers detailed student progress information

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Reporting provides teachers with detailed information on student progress with reading and writing skills. In Reporting, teachers can track productivity, comprehension growth, and Solo (or homework) completion, as well as view overall scores for specific skills. The Reporting app is located in the navigation bar at the top of your screen.

From Reporting, you can monitor your students’ progress and plan instruction. You can also use the Reporting app to determine if any changes are needed in the differentiated supports.


Writing Prompts Report

The Writing Prompts Reports displays your class’s auto-scores on Writing assignments across an entire unit. View your class’s productivity (how much your students are writing in response to the prompts), and their skill levels with Conventions, Focus, and Use of Evidence.

Click See Details to review individual students’ progress across units.


Solos Report

The Solos Report aggregates student scores from the Solo assessments throughout the curriculum.

Click See Details to view the questions each student got correct or incorrect by unit, by solo, or by question.

You can look at individual student scores or whole-class trends to identify parts of the text or skills that were difficult for students to understand. You can use this report to guide your instructional choices and determine whether you need to slow down instruction or differentiate supports to meet the needs of all learners.


Unit Assessment Reports

Amplify ELA’s unit assessment reports have been enhanced to assist you in interpreting student scores. Student scores are color-coded by performance level designed to align with common end-of-year assessments.

The cut-off points for each performance level vary by unit and were developed using real student performance on these assessments compared with their end-of-year assessments.

Many of the assessments somewhat align to the following: 0-25% = Below, 26-50% = Approaching, 51-75% = Meets, 76%-100% = Exceeds.

This scale illustrates how our 6-8 literacy assessments were designed to mirror high-stakes standardized tests. Average scores range between 50% and 70%, which allows us to capture the entire range of student achievement. This differs from traditional classroom assessments, where the goal is for all students to score 100%.

You can also view the Performance Level of the students in a class as fractions or percentages.

Learn more about ELA Assessments here.


Exit Ticket Report

The Exit Ticket Report provides an overview of your students’ performance on exit tickets across lessons in a unit. You can view exit ticket reporting for a specific lesson or view your students’ performance by question.

You can also view the Performance Level of the students in a class as fractions or percentages.

The Exit Ticket Report provides an overview of your students’ performance on exit tickets across lessons in a unit. You can select a specific lesson to view the percentage of correct answers for that lesson or get data on students who gave fully or partially correct answers and the number of students who answered incorrectly or didn’t submit work.

You can find more detailed data when you view your students’ performance by question.

You can also view the Performance Level of the students in a class as fractions or percentages.

Learn more about Exit Tickets here.


Embedded Assessment Measure

The Embedded Assessment Measure (EAM) report aggregates and assesses your students’ daily work over the course of a unit. It also provides a regular measurement of student performance in three key skill areas: Language, Reading, and Writing.

The EAM report data is presented in a Class Overview format. You can view it for each unit.

You will also see suggestions for Flex Day activities and recommendations for grouping. You can also use this data to inform groupings and instructional decisions for later units.

Click See Student Roster to view more details on each student’s results and areas they need to focus on.

Learn more about the Embedded Assessment Measure here.


Reading Assessment Report

The Reading Assessment Report displays your students’ performance on the Unit Reading Assessment. It shows how many students submitted their work and your class’s average scores. Amplify ELA’s unit assessments are designed to be challenging. Therefore, our reports have been enhanced to assist you in interpreting student scores. Student scores are color-coded by performance level designed to align with common end-of-year assessments.

The assessment questions are grouped according to three categories: Key Ideas and Details, Craft and Structure, and Integration of Knowledge and Ideas. You can look at individual scores according to these categories.

This report also helps to identify which questions were especially challenging and how many of your students got each question right.

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