2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey: Writing, part 2

2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey: Writing, part 2

Turnkey Training for Writing Extended Constructed Responses 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey Extended Constructed Response (ECR) Extended Constructed-Response Training Grades 12 and 78 Sample student responses ECR Task Type Two-or-more-paragraph response Narrative: Characters, sequenced events, details Informational: Ideas, claims, evidence 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 2 Writing Rubric Overview Five dimensions of the rubric in the first column Five performance levels across the top

Score the response based on the best performance level for the majority of the dimensions Responses that are completely irrelevant to the prompt can score no higher than a 1 Degree of Response is split into SCR, ECR Narrative, and ECR Informational Wording comes from Writing Targets of Measurement and Performance Level Descriptions 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 3 Five Rubric Dimensions Complexity of Language (CL) Sentence Types: Simple: The dog is barking. Expanded: The dog is barking in the yard. Compound: The dog is barking and it is making noise. Complex: The dog is barking because he sees a squirrel. 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey

4 Five Rubric Dimensions (Continued) Quality of Language (QL) Grade-level vocabulary: Tier 1: Basic vocabulary for communicative purposes picture, drawing Tier 2: General academic vocabulary diagram of a cell Venn diagram Tier 3: Specific content-area vocabulary mitochondria (in the cell diagram) separation of powers (in a social studies Venn diagram) Glossary in binder appendix has additional examples 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 5 Five Rubric Dimensions (Continued)

Coherence of Response (CR): Level of organization Degree of Response (DR): Level of Detail Mechanics (M): Use of English conventions; same across all grade levels 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 6 Application of the Holistic Writing Rubrics Become familiar with the rubric for the particular grade band Become familiar with the passage and prompt Read the response to the prompt Student responses are evaluated for total, overall performance Scores are assigned based on the criteria delineated in the rubric Match evidence from the response to the language of the rubric Look for what is included in the response, not what is missing The highest point on a rubric scale does not measure a

perfect response On the written tests, handwriting does not count 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 7 Grades 12: ECR Rubric (Narrative) 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 8 Grades 12: ECR Prompt 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 9 Grades 12: ECR Sample 1 Score 4: Commanding CL Response contains a variety of expanded, compound, and

complex sentences. QL Response contains some grade-level words and phrases (e.g., every second Friday, agreed, gave us 10 minutes). CR Response includes words and sentences that sufficiently introduce and complete thoughts, ideas, or both. DR Response includes descriptions with many and varied details and two or more events in sequence. M Response is clear and contains minimal errors that obscure meaning. *Please see your binder for a full rubric*

2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 10 Grades 12: ECR Sample 2 Score 3: Expanding CL Response contains simple, expanded, compound, and complex sentences (repetitive and structure limits variety of sentences). QL Response contains a few grade-level words and phrases (e.g., librarian). CR Response includes introductory and concluding words and sentences that provide partial organization of thoughts, ideas, or both (has an introduction and connected ideas, but the smooth progression of ideas is at times impeded

by the repetitive use of the conjunction and). DR Response includes descriptions with many details and two or more events in sequence (repetitive description of getting/finding a book limits variety of details). M Response is clear and contains no errors that obscure meaning. *Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 11 Grades 12: ECR Sample 3 Score 2: Transitioning CL Response contains compound sentences.

QL Response contains a few grade-level words and phrases (e.g., hundreds, stamp). CR Response includes introductory and/or concluding words and sentences that provide limited organization of thoughts, ideas, or both (has an introduction and a very brief body of connected ideas). DR Response includes some descriptions with minimal detail and/or two or more events in sequence (some details in a brief response). M Response is clear and contains few errors that rarely

obscure meaning (spelling errors: ones for once). *Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 12 Grades 12: ECR Sample 4 Score 1: Emerging CL Response includes at least one expanded sentence (the first sentence is expanded and the attempt at a second expanded sentence is impeded by errors). QL Response contains common words and short phrases. CR Response includes at least one sentence in an attempt to introduce or complete a thought or an idea.

DR Response includes at least one description or two events in sequence. M Meaning is evident, but response contains many errors that often obscure meaning (spelling errors obscure most of the response). *Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 13 Grades 12: ECR Sample 5 Score 0: Entering CL Response contains few words and short phrases (any sentence structure present is obscured by errors).

QL Response contains at most frequently used words (most words are obscured by errors). CR Response lacks a clear introduction or completion of a thought or an idea due to brevity (errors obscure meaning in most of response). DR Response lacks development of descriptions or events in sequence. M Response contains numerous errors that totally obscure meaning.

*Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 14 Grades 78: ECR Rubric (Informational) 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 15 Grades 78: ECR Prompt (binder page 108 for prompt and samples) 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 16 Grades 78: ECR Prompt (Continued) 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey

17 Grades 78: ECR Sample 1 Score 4: Commanding CL Response contains a variety of simple, expanded, and complex sentences. QL Response contains many Tier 2 and/or Tier 3 words and phrases used appropriately (e.g., technology, in season, convenient, growing population and demands for food, lack of supply). CR Response includes sufficient orientation, logically organized and connected ideas, and closure to provide clear organization. DR

Response includes many and varied precisely stated and linked claims and evidence, support, and closure. M Response is clear and contains minimal errors that obscure meaning (e.g., spelling errors: erent for arent). *Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 18 Grades 78: ECR Sample 2 Score 3: Expanding CL Response contains expanded and complex sentences. QL Response contains many Tier 2 and/or Tier 3 words and

phrases used appropriately (e.g., flip side of the coin, extremely well connected, in a single visit, unimaginable in the past). CR Response includes words and sentences that provide partial orientation, logically organized and/or connected ideas, transitions, and closure (has an introduction and connected ideas, but response lacks closure and at times lacks a smooth and clear progression of ideas). DR Response includes many stated and linked claims and evidence, support, and closure (some supported claims are present, but they lack sufficient elaboration). M Response is clear and contains no errors that obscure meaning.

*Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 19 Grades 78: ECR Sample 3 Score 2: Transitioning CL Response contains expanded and complex sentences. QL Response contains a few Tier 2 and/or Tier 3 words and phrases (e.g., beneficial, variety of foods). CR Response includes words and sentences that provide limited orientation, organized or connected ideas, transitions, and/or closure (has an introductory statement, a very brief body of connected ideas, and an abrupt ending).

DR Response includes some linked claims and evidence (brief response with few claims and minimal support). M Response is clear and contains few errors that rarely obscure meaning (awkward phrases: there is a huge variety of fruits according to the time before Globalization, the prices change are affecting the countries). *Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 20 Grades 78: ECR Sample 4 Score 1: Emerging CL Response includes at least one expanded sentence (the

first sentence is original while the following two paragraphs are completely copied from the passage). QL Response contains Tier 1 and common Tier 2 words and phrases. CR Response includes at least one sentence that provides an orientation (has an introductory statement that provides an orientation, but the rest of the response is copied from the passage). DR Response lacks development of claims and evidence or support (support is found only in copied text). M Meaning is evident, but response contains many errors

that often obscure meaning (original sentence is impeded by spelling and word choice errors: In this asamen and goin to toc about food prices like egg and milke for In this assignment Im going to talk about food prices like eggs and milk). *Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 21 Grades 78: ECR Sample 5 Score 0: Entering CL Response includes at least one sentence (has a complete independent clause that expresses a complete thought). QL Response contains at most commonly used Tier 1 words or short phrases (the usage of globalization does not clearly demonstrate knowledge of its meaning).

CR Response lacks a clear orientation, or organized or connected ideas, or closure due to brevity. DR Response lacks development of claims and evidence or support (has a claim, but no support or evidence is provided). M Response is clear but lacks sufficient original language to rate Mechanics. *Please see your binder for a full rubric* 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 22 Additional Practice Items

ECR practice items, including scores and justifications, can be found in the Turnkey materials Grades 12 start on page 99 Grades 78 start on page 119 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 23 2019 NYSESLAT Resources For Information or Assistance Contact Questions regarding testing policies, accommodations, security breaches and sensitive student responses Office of State Assessment Email: [email protected] Call: 518-474-5902

Questions regarding the provisions of ELL/ MLL services in Bilingual Education and English as a New Language programs Office of Bilingual Education and World Languages Email: [email protected] Phone: 518-474-8775 (Albany office) Phone: 718-722-2445 (NYC office) Questions regarding scoring of Speaking and Writing constructed-response questions or shipment of materials MetriTech, Inc. Customer Service Email: [email protected] Phone: 800-747-4868 Fax: 217-398-5798 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 24

2019 NYSESLAT Resources (Continued) For Information or Assistance Contact For regulatory or training assistance: Regional Bilingual Education Resource Networks http://www.nysed.gov/bilingual-ed/regional-s upportrberns Machine-scannable answer sheets and local scanning services RIC or Large-City Scanning Center http://www.p12.nysed.gov/irs/sirs/ric-big5.ht ml Information about the NYSESLAT and

regular updates including the turnkey training materials and School Administrators Manual (SAM) NYSESLAT Homepage http://www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/nysesl at 2019 NYSESLAT Turnkey 25

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