This set of exemplars illustrates the use of the e-asTTle marking rubric to score writing across the writing prompts. The exemplars cover the full scoring range. asTTle Writing Rubric in Student Speak. Created by Clevedon School from asTTle Writing Rubrics. Last updated: Ideas. Learning Intention. The e asTTle framework for assessing writing. Developing the prompts, marking rubric, and annotated exemplars. Extending the usefulness.

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Features of writing are described in relation to topic development, sentence development and language structures, vocabulary development, script control and editing, spelling and punctuation. For example, if the specified purpose is to describe and the student also explains, only the descriptive features are scored within the structure and language element. Find out about how you can accelerate student achievement by improving teacher practice in assessment for learning.

The Describe purpose is divided into two: They are representative examples of writing for each prompt.

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However, teachers should test younger students using e-asTTle writing only if they can communicate at least one or two simple ideas in writing without teacher assistance. The descriptors within each category score matfix hierarchical and cumulative.

It is important that teachers read and follow the administration guidelines carefully. Search all of TKI. The tool developers went through a careful standard setting exercise during the trial and the data they have from the trial, illustrated in Figure 1, supports the standards set.


Instead, you will have to select a rubric score ranging fromor sometimes Please enter your details to download. Writing well Writing on familiar topics is very important at early stages of learning to write in English. The resources below have been developed by Evaluation Associates over our many martix working in schools.

All prompts have been put together in the document below to assist teachers in choosing a prompt appropriate to their needs. This is very strong performance for a writing assessment.

It is best for teachers to point to the rubric scores given for each element when discussing a report with students. You qsttle be asked to select a purpose, and then a prompt, when you create an e-asTTle writing test. The matrix focuses on how learners within each broad asftle typically write. These two exemplars provide practical examples of writing that falls within that scoring category for example, category R2 in spelling, or category R6 in ideas.

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The generic exemplars can be used to check interpretation of individual categories for example, category R2 in spelling, or category R4 in ideas. The Ministry will provide information to assist in score comparisons. Te Kete Ipurangi Navigation: The annotated exemplars are samples of student writing produced in response to each e-asTTle writing prompt. You can use the e-asTTle scoring rubrics to assess a prompt you made up.

Skim through the exemplars and think about how they provide evidence for each stage. You will probably notice that students show aspects across more than one stage. For example, when scoring the vocabulary element, the focus is on the range, precision and effectiveness of words, rather than on the accuracy of spelling. A rubric score on one asttle may have a very different meaning to a rubric score on another element.


Please click on the links below. Yes, when the revised e-asTTle writing assessment becomes available in Term 2, the new single rubric replaces the old ones. Evaluation Associates works on a wide range of projects in collaboration with clients and partners.

For students unable to do this, another assessment wrriting should be used. Each element of writing should be scored independently. Ongoing moderation of scoring decisions is necessary to ensure that scoring is consistent and accurate over time.

Mary Chamberlain Company Director. These curriculum bands can impress a sense of precision that isn’t there and mean we have to be very aware of the margin of error in an e-asTTle score when interpreting or comparing them.

If you have a question you would like added, please email us here. When you have this information about your own learners, you will be ready to start the next section – Making a ‘best-fit’. The exercise defined an appropriate score range on an e-asTTle assessment for each level of writing competence described by the progressions.

Together, the marking rubric, the structure and language notes and the annotated exemplars provide the means by which consistent scoring judgments can be made.