4 Requirements for Accommodation Eligibility 1. 1.Identified as English Language Learners: A. A.Home Language SurveyHome Language Survey B. B.Pre-IPT/WIDA MODEL/W-APT screenersPre-IPT/WIDA MODEL/W-APT screeners C. C.Additional Local Indicators and 2. 2.Eligible for ELL Services Fewer than 5 Years (not necessarily receiving) and 3. 3.Not Ready for Standard Administration B
5 Home Language Survey Home Language Survey Responded YES to either of the two questions: Is a language other than English spoken in your home? Yes __X__ No _____ What language? _______________ or Does your child speak a language other than English? Yes __X__ No _____ What language? ________________________ B
6 Pre-IPT / MODEL / W-APT Screeners Grade Level ListeningSpeakingReadingWriting ELL Program Eligibility Criteria Pre-K Age 3 XX Pre-IPT Proficiency Score at Level A, B, or C Pre-K Age 4 Pre-K Age 4 XX Pre-IPT Proficiency Score at Level A, B, C or D Kindergarten 1st Semester XX MODEL Proficiency Level in Listening or Speaking is below 4.0 Listening or Speaking is below 4.0 Kindergarten 2nd Semester XX XX MODEL Overall Composite Level Overall Composite Level below 4.0 Grade 1 1st Semester XX XX Grade 1 2nd Semester XX XX W-APT Overall Composite Level below 4.0 Grade Levels 2-12 XX XX B Pre-IPT: MODEL:
7 Exemptions ISAT/PSAE Reading Exempt if ELL student attended school in U.S. for fewer than 12 months. This is a one-time exemption. ISAT/PSAE Writing The ACCESS writing component satisfies the IL writing assessment requirement. Both the ISAT and P SAE writing component are Optional if ELL program student participates in ACCESS writing component and has been eligible for ELL program services for fewer than five years. ISAT/PSAEMathematics No exemption. ISAT/PSAEScience B
8 Directions for Reading Exemption (one time only) ISAT – Withhold the reading test PSAE – 1. Inform eligible student of exemption 2. Submit an accommodations request for Day 1 State-Allowed Accommodations, and order an accommodations test form for Day 2 also. Administer both days with self-paced sessions. This allows the student to stop or skip the reading portions at their own choosing. Note: Students testing with State-Allowed accommodations do not earn reportable ACT scores for college admission purposes. B
9 1. Student participates in ACCESS writing and and 2. Student has been eligible for ELL services for no more than five years. B Requirements for Writing Exemption Eligibility
12 Form LM Regular ISAT Coding of Timing/Flexible Scheduling B LEP Reading Extended Time Frequent Breaks / Flexible Scheduling Math Science
13 2. Setting A.Administration in a small group B.Administration on an individual basis C.Administration in distraction-free space or alternate location (e.g., Bilingual/ESL setting, or location within the room) with appropriate supervision
14 Form LM Regular ISAT Coding of Setting B Small Group Administration Individual Administration Special Setting Reading Math Science LEP
15 3. Modified Directions A.Directions written in native language read to student B. Repetition of scripted directions based on student request C.Restatement of directions in simplified/modified English (unscripted) D.Emphasis on key words in directions E.Verification of the students understanding by having the student repeat the directions in English
16 Form LMRegular ISAT Modified Directions Coding of Modified Directions B LEP Reading 11.
17 4. Presentation B A.Reader Scripts For ISAT, these are available for Mathematics and Science only and are presented in English in the original ISAT text. For PSAE, these are available for Reading, Mathematics, Science, and Writing. A.Reader Scripts: For ISAT, these are available for Mathematics and Science only and are presented in English in the original ISAT text. For PSAE, these are available for Reading, Mathematics, Science, and Writing. B.Audio recordings: For ISAT, these are available for Mathematics and Science only and are presented in English in the original ISAT text. For PSAE, these are available for Reading, Mathematics, Science, and Writing. C.Linguistically Modified (LM) Form (ISAT only) Linguistically Modified (LM) Form Linguistically Modified (LM) Form D.Spanish DVD (PSAE only) Spanish DVD Spanish DVD
18 Form LMRegular ISAT Reader Script Coding of Presentation B LEP Math & Science Audio Recording Not Available
19 Linguistically Modified (LM) Form* A. Math and Science Multiple choice items B. Math Open-ended Items – Choice of two formatsMath Open-ended Items – Choice of two formats Presented in simplified English Option 1: Simplified English Option 2: Side-by-Side English/Spanish based on original ISAT text *Note: *Note: Using the LM form forfeits the nationally-normed percentile ranks and stanine scores for both Math and Science on the ISAT reports.
20 Short Response Item Layout LM and Side-by-Side Option 1: Simplified English/(LM) Option 2: Side-by-Side English B
21 Form LM Absent National Norms Forfeits NCE & Stanines for Math & Sci. B
22 English/Spanish DVD Day 1 and Day 2 mathematics and science Individually administered, the DVD plays a standard English form on the screen accompanied by a voice reading the items and the answer choices in Spanish. *Note: Scores earned using the Spanish DVD format will be used only for state purposes. For additional information please see: B
23 A.Oral responses to open-ended items, scribed to a standard answer document, may be dictated in English or Spanish (Reading and Mathematics). (Spanish allowed for ISAT only). dictated B.Written responses to open-ended items written in English or Spanish (Reading and Mathematics) (Spanish allowed for ISAT only). Spanish Spanish 5. Response B
24 Coding Spanish Responses on ISAT Darken the correct circle(s) if the student writes in Spanish for the short or extended response items. This box ensures it will go to a Spanish scorer. B
25 Form LMRegular ISAT Dictated Response Coding of Dictated Response B LEP Reading 21.
26 ISAT Sessions ISAT Sessions 45 minute 45 minute Sessions Reading Mathematics with Reader Script Reader Script Audio Recording Audio Recording Linguistic Modification* Linguistic Modification*Linguistic Modification*Linguistic Modification* Science with Reader Script Reader Script Audio Recording Audio Recording Linguistic Modification* Linguistic Modification*Linguistic Modification*Linguistic Modification* 1 30 Multiple-Choice 30 Multiple-Choice SAT Multiple-Choice SAT 10* 41 Multiple-Choice SAT 10* 2 20 Multiple-Choice 1 Extd response a Extd response Extd response 30 Multiple-Choice 3 Short-response a, b 3 Short-response a, b 41 Multiple-Choice 3 20 Multiple-Choice 1 Extd response a 1 Extd response aExtd response Extd response 2 Extd Response a, b B a: Examinees may write or dictate responses in Spanish.Examinees may write or dictate responses in Spanish. b: Math short and extended response items are presented in both linguistically modified (LM) and side by side, English/Spanish format.
27 Regular ISATForm LM1 Extended Time 2 Extra Breaks/Flexible Schedule 3 Small Group Administration 4 Individual Administration 5 Special Setting 6 Allowed to Stand, Move, Pace 7 Braille Form 8 Large Print Form 9 Visual Presentation Assistance 10 Auditory Assistance 11 Modified Directions 12 Student Reads Aloud 13 Signing Items 14 Reader Script 15 Audio Recording 16 Fewer Items Per Page 17 Providing Cues (on materials) 18 Assistive Technology 19 Visual Response Assistance 20 Student Pointing 21 Dictated Response * 22Other Types Of Accommodations Reading Math Science Not Available
28 PSAE Sessions N
29 Coding for PSAE Day 1 Answer FolderDay 2 Answer Document Accommodations may be allowed for multiple reasons. Example: If a student is both LEP and has an IEP, both the IEP Accom and LEP Accom bubbles should be marked. Grid 7 must be completed for all students testing with accommodations, even if a Pre-ID label is used. N
30 PSAE Accommodations on Day 1 of PSAE (ACT Plus Writing) ACT-Approved Accommodations: Day 1 results contribute to PSAE scores and also produce ACT scores reportable to colleges and other entities. State-Allowed Accommodations: Day 1 results contribute to PSAE scores and are used only for school accountability purposes.
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32 Thank You Student Assessment Division Barry Pedersen (217) Boon Lee: (312)