Florida Interim Assessment Item Bank and Test Platform

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Copyright Statement, Authorization for reproduction of this document is hereby granted to persons acting in an official capacity. within the Uniform System of Public K 12 Schools as de ned in Section 1000 01 4 Florida Statutes The. copyright notice at the bottom of this page must be included in all copies. All trademarks and trade names found in this publication are the property of their respective owners and are. not associated with the publishers of this publication. Permission is NOT granted for distribution or reproduction outside of the Uniform System of Public K 12. Florida Schools or for commercial distribution of the copyrighted materials without written authorization. from the Florida Department of Education Questions regarding use of these copyrighted materials should be. sent to the following,Florida Department of Education. Tallahassee Florida,32399 0400, Copyright 2013 State of Florida Department of Education. TABLE OF CONTENTS,I Introduction,A Purpose 1,C Standards Alignment 1. D Definitions 2,II Guidelines for Passage Development.
A Passage Types 2,1 Literary Texts 3,2 Informational Texts 3. Literary Nonfiction 3,History and Social Studies Texts 3. Science and Technical Texts 4,B Criteria for Passage Development 4. 1 Quantitative Measures 4,2 Qualitative Measures and Considerations 6. Readability and Text Complexity 6,Tiered Vocabulary 7.
General Quality and Content 8,Source Documentation 8. C Reader and Task Considerations 8,1 Diversity 9,2 Bias and Sensitivity Concerns 9. 3 Exemptions to the Bias and Sensitivity Guidelines 9. 4 Text Features and Graphics 10,III Guidelines for Item Development. A Overall Considerations 10,B Item Style and Format 11. C Use of Additional Stimuli 12,D Documentation 12,E Reader and Task Considerations 13.
1 Bias and Sensitivity 13,2 Universal Design 13,3 Readability 13. 4 Text Features and Graphics 13,F Item Difficulty and Cognitive Complexity 14. 1 Levels of Depth of Knowledge for English Language Arts 14. Reading 14,Writing 16,G Item Types 18,1 Selected Response 18. Distractor Attributes 19,2 Open Ended Response 20, What should open ended items look like in emerging literacy 20. Constructed Response 24,Extended Response 25,3 Performance Tasks 28.
IV Guide to Grade Level Specifications, A CCSS English Language Arts Standards Classification System 30. B Definitions for Individual Specification Components 31. V CCSS Grade Level Specifications 34,VI Appendices. Appendix A Sample Items 83,1 Selected Response Grade K 84. 2 Selected Response Grade K 84,3 Selected Response Grade 1 86. 4 Extended Response Grade 1 86,5 Performance Task Grade 2 89.
6 Essay Grade 2 92,7 Extended Response Grade 2 96,8 Constructed Response Grade 2 98. Appendix B Rubrics 100, 1 4 Point Extended Response Rubric for Reading Standards 1 10. Grades K 12 102, 2 2 Point Constructed Response Rubric for Reading Standards 1 10. Grades K 12 103, 3 6 Point Opinion Writing Rubric for Writing Standard 1 Grade K 103. 4 6 Point Opinion Writing Rubric for Writing Standard 1 Grade 1 104. 5 6 Point Opinion Writing Rubric for Writing Standard 1 Grade 2 106. 6 6 Point Informative Explanatory Writing Rubric for. Writing Standard 2 Grade K 107, 7 6 Point Informative Explanatory Writing Rubric for.
Writing Standard 2 Grade 1 108, 8 6 Point Informative Explanatory Writing Rubric for. Writing Standard 2 Grade 2 109, 9 6 Point Narrative Writing Rubric for Writing Standard 3. Grade K 111, 10 2 Point Narrative Writing Rubric for Writing Standard 3. Grade 1 112, 11 6 Point Narrative Writing Rubric for Writing Standard 3. Grade 2 113, 12 2 Point Revising Rubric Writing Standard 5 Grade K 114.
13 2 Point Revising Rubric Writing Standard 5 Grade 1 115. 14 2 Point Revising Rubric Writing Standard 5 Grade 2 115. 15 2 Point Constructed Response Rubric Writing Standard 6. Grades K 2 115, 16 2 Point Constructed Response Research Rubric for. Writing Standard 7 Grades K 2 116, 17 4 Point Rubric for Speaking and Listening Standard 1 Grade K 116. 18 4 Point Rubric for Speaking and Listening Standard 1. Grades 1 2 117, 19 2 Point Listening Rubric Speaking and Listening Standards 2 3. Grades K 2 118, 20 4 Point Listening Rubric 2 Speaking and Listening Standards 2 3. Grades K 2 118, 21 6 Point Rubric for Speaking and Listening Standards 4 5 6 for.
Grade K 119, 22 6 Point Rubric for Speaking and Listening Standards 4 5 6 for. Grade 1 120, 23 6 Point Rubric for Speaking and Listening Standards 4 5 6 for. Grade 2 121, 24 2 Point Rubric for Language Standards 1 2 and 3. Grades K 12 122, 25 4 Point Rubric for Language Standards 1 2 and 3. Grades K 12 122, 26 2 Point Rubric for Language Standards 4 5 and 6.
Grades K 12 123, 27 4 Point Rubric for Language Standards 4 5 and 6. Grades K 12 123, 28 2 Point Rubric for Reading Foundational Skills Standard 4. Grade K 124, 29 2 Point Rubric for Reading Foundational Skills Standard 4 a. Grades 1 2 124, 30 2 Point Rubric for Reading Foundational Skills Standard 4 b. Grades 1 2 124, 31 2 Point Rubric for Reading Foundational Skills Standard 4 c.
Grades 1 2 124,I Introduction, In July 2010 the Florida Department of Education FDOE approved the adoption of. the Common Core State Standards CCSS for English Language Arts ELA to support. their pursuit of improved outcomes for all Florida ELA students and their participation in. national educational initiatives such as Race to the Top The U S Department of Education. awarded a Race to the Top grant to the FDOE in August 2010 An important component. of this grant focused on the development of high quality assessment items and balanced. assessments for use by districts schools and teachers The assessment items will be stored. in the Florida Interim Assessment Item Bank and Test Platform IBTP a statewide secure. system which allows Florida educators to search the item bank export test items and. generate customized high quality assessments for computer based delivery or paper and. pencil delivery The IBTP allows Florida educators to determine what students know and. are able to do relative to instruction on Florida s Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. and the CCSS The ELA component of this effort will encompass the CCSS for grades. kindergarten through 12, This document Florida Interim Assessment Item Bank and Test Platform Passage. and Item Specifications English Language Arts Grades K 2 defines the expectations. for content and standards alignment of assessment items for the IBTP These. specifications are intended for item writers and reviewers in the development of. high quality passages and assessment items, These Passage and Item Specifications provide general and grade specific guidelines. for the development of all Grades K 2 ELA passages and items available in the. Florida Interim Assessment Item Bank,C Standards Alignment. English Language Arts items developed for the IBTP will align to the Common Core. State Standards The Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and. Literacy in History Social Studies Science and Technical Subjects are structured. into three levels of specificity strands clusters and standards These define what. ELA students should know and be able to do at every grade level kindergarten. through high school, The overarching goal of the CCSS is to prepare students to read and comprehend.
the kinds of complex texts they will commonly encounter in college and careers As. such the CCSS have shifted from traditional standards in the following ways. Students will focus on building knowledge through content rich informational. Students will ground their reading writing and speaking in evidence from. Students will have regular practice with complex texts and their academic. language 1, To reflect these shifts test developers and reviewers must ensure that passages and. items developed for the CCSS have the following qualities. Passage and Item Specifications Grades K 2 ELA, Passages will demonstrate grade appropriate complexity and rigor as. measured by quantitative factors qualitative factors and reader task. considerations Text complexity will increase steadily from elementary. through high school, Passages will be either literary or informational and will reflect a variety of. writing styles As the grades progress so will the amount of informational. text as most college and workplace reading and writing is evidence based and. either argumentative or expository Accordingly grades 6 12 include not only. Literature and Informational Texts but also Reading for Literacy in History. Social Studies and Reading for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects. Items may require text dependent analysis asking students to follow what. is stated explicitly and to make valid inferences that square with textual. evidence or items may stand alone requiring information contained within. Items will assess students knowledge of academic vocabulary either directly. or indirectly because comprehension of academic language is a pivotal part. of understanding complex texts and a key indicator of overall academic. D Definitions Reading Passages Stimuli and Assessment Items. Reading passages and other complex stimuli are important components of the. Florida IBTP For purposes of these specifications a reading passage is a segment. of written work which is to be followed by a series of questions or assessment items. that assess the student s comprehension of content presented A complex stimulus. is a presentation of information as a scenario text or media e g graph diagram. which may accompany a passage to provide additional context or information upon. which to assess the student s mastery of certain standards. II Guidelines for Passage Development,A Passage Types. All passages will be either commissioned or taken from the public domain A. commissioned passage is a selection developed by a writer for exclusive use in the. Florida IBTP Public domain passages are previously published but non copyrighted. passages that are chosen from a variety of sources and used in a form as close as. possible to the form in which they were originally published. The CCSS explain that a key factor in working toward college and career readiness is. reading a wide variety of complex and challenging texts For this reason four types. of reading passages will be used,Literary texts include fiction poetry and plays.
Informational texts, Literary nonfiction includes the subgenres of exposition and. argumentation, History and social studies texts include primary source documents as well. as secondary source documents that use evidence and data to support. arguments about historical events and issues,Passage and Item Specifications Grades K 2 ELA. Science and technical documents include texts that explain describe or. analyze scientific or technical topics and that often include scientific or. technical vocabulary and present quantitative information. 1 Literary Texts, Specific forms of literary texts may come from contemporary fiction. folktales fables tall tales legends myths fantasy historical fiction mysteries. science fiction poetry and drama Literary texts should be substantive. enough to lend themselves to a wide range of standards and a variety of item. Themes in literary texts should be important and universal. 2 Informational Texts, As students progress into higher grade levels they will read informational.
texts with increasing frequency By grades 7 and 8 students should be reading. informational text more often than literary text approximately 40 literary and. 60 informational By grade 12 students reading should be 30 literary and. 70 informational, Distribution of Literary and Informational Passages by Grade Band. Grade Band Literary Informational,9 12 30 70,Literary Nonfiction. Informational texts cover a broad range of nonfiction writing At. grades K 5 they include biographies and autobiographies text. about history social studies science and the arts and technical. texts 2 At grades 6 12 they include personal essays speeches. opinion pieces essays about art or literature biographies memoirs. journalism and historical scientific technical or economic accounts. written for a broad audience 3, Expository texts should not be mere restatements or reteachings of. concepts taught in school although they should be closely related. to curriculum through the extension elaboration or updating of. information or the new application of concepts,History and Social Studies Texts. History and social studies texts may be primary or secondary sources. A primary source is a document that was created at the time being. studied Examples of primary sources may include speeches policy. documents party platforms political campaign pamphlets political. manifestos political cartoons charters or constitutions personal. journals or diaries autobiographies or memoirs letters census records. and advertisements,Passage and Item Specifications Grades K 2 ELA.
Secondary sources offer arguments and interpretations of historical. events or issues and they present well researched evidence and data as. Sources should steer clear of contemporary political topics that. are controversial or highly charged See the Diversity and Bias and. Florida Interim Assessment Item Bank and Test Platform Passage and Item Speciications English Language Arts Grades K 2 deines the expectations for content and standards alignment of assessment items for the IBTP These speciications are intended for item writers and reviewers in the development of high quality passages and assessment items

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