Grade 4 2018 FSA ELA Writing Scoring Sampler

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Copyright Statement for This Office of Assessment Publication. 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 defined in Section 1000 01 4 Florida Statutes This. copyright notice must be included in all copies, This document contains copyrighted materials that remain the property of the respective owners In addition. all trademarks and trade names found in this publication are the property of their respective owners and are. not associated with the publisher of this publication. Permission is NOT granted for distribution or reproduction outside the Uniform System of Public K 12. 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,Office of Assessment,Florida Department of Education. 325 West Gaines Street Suite 414,Tallahassee Florida 32399 04000. Copyright 2018,State of Florida,Department of State. Table of Contents,INTRODUCTION 4,TEXT BASED WRITING SOURCES 5.
OPINION TEXT BASED WRITING RUBRIC 6,SAMPLE STUDENT RESPONSES 8. Sample 1 S 1 Student Response Score Point 4 4 2 8, Sample 2 S 2 Student Response Score Point 4 4 2 12. Sample 3 S 3 Student Response Score Point 4 3 2 16. Sample 4 S 4 Student Response Score Point 3 3 1 20. Sample 5 S 5 Student Response Score Point 3 3 2 24. Sample 6 S 6 Student Response Score Point 3 2 1 27. Sample 7 S 7 Student Response Score Point 2 2 2 30. Sample 8 S 8 Student Response Score Point 2 1 1 34. Sample 9 S 9 Student Response Score Point 1 1 1 36. Sample 10 S 10 Student Response Score Point 1 1 0 38. Sample 11 S 11 Student Response Score Point Copied 40. Florida Department of Education,Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing. INTRODUCTION, The Florida Standards Assessments FSA English Language Arts ELA Writing Scoring. Sampler can be used as a resource for Florida educators schools and districts regarding. the scoring of student responses on the writing component of the statewide ELA. assessments Each spring students in grades 4 10 are administered a passage set and a. text based writing prompt for the FSA ELA Writing test Students respond either to an. informative explanatory prompt or to an opinion argumentation prompt Unlike the types of. writing prompts administered on statewide writing assessments in the past the FSA. prompts are text dependent based on the passage set each student is provided which. focuses on a specific purpose for writing Students draw on reading and writing skills while. integrating information from the passage set in order to develop and draft a cohesive essay. This sampler contains sample student responses that illustrate the score points described. in the applicable scoring rubric the passage text set and text based writing prompt can. be accessed via a hyperlink provided on the next page As with all FSA content the sample. passage set and prompt were reviewed by a committee of Florida educators to ensure. appropriateness for the intended grade in terms of the text complexity topic and wording. In this sampler examples of student responses represent some of the various combinations. of the score points across the scoring domains As a basis for developing a common. understanding of the scoring criteria an annotation follows the response to explain the. prominent characteristics of the response described in the rubric These responses are not. intended to provide a full spectrum of examples for each score point in each domain. Moreover they do not necessarily represent the highest or lowest example of each score. point in each domain, It should be noted that in addition to responses that receive the scores described in the.
rubric for each domain some responses earn a score of 0 due to certain conditions as. The entire response is written in a language other than English. The response is illegible incomprehensible or includes an insufficient amount of. writing to be evaluated, The majority of the response is copied from the source material and or prompt. language to the point that original writing is not recognizable or sufficient for scoring. The response is completely off topic and the Conventions domain is scored this. condition could result in a score of 0 1 or 2 points. All responses are scored holistically A response must go through a minimum of three levels. of review before any condition code can be applied Many responses formulate a claim or. central idea by rewording the prompt and due to the expectation that evidence will be. incorporated in the response some degree of exact wording from the sources is expected. and allowable However responses receiving a 0 for copied text are comprised of source. material and or prompt language that dominates the response to the point that original. writing is not recognizable or sufficient,Florida Department of Education. Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing, Because a response that is left completely blank does not meet attemptedness criteria for. FSA ELA Writing no score can be earned or reported for the combined Reading Writing. components that the FSA ELA test comprises, To access additional resources related to the ELA assessments please visit the Florida. Standards Assessments portal at fsassessments org resources. The Florida Standards in English Language Arts Writing Strand describe what students. should know and be able to do at each grade level For more information about the Florida. Standards please visit CPALMS at www cpalms org Public search Standard. TEXT BASED WRITING SOURCES, To offer students a variety of texts on the FSA ELA Writing tests authentic and copyrighted.
passages and articles appear as they were originally published as requested by the. publisher and or author While these real world examples do not always adhere to strict. style conventions and or grammar rules inconsistencies among passages should not. detract from students ability to understand and respond to the text based writing task. To view the passage Should Students Do Activities to Improve Schools click. https scoringguides airast org,Florida Department of Education. Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing,OPINION TEXT BASED WRITING RUBRIC. Grades 4 5,Opinion Text based Writing Rubric, Score points within each domain include most of the characteristics below. Score Purpose Focus and Organization Evidence and Elaboration Conventions of Standard English. 4 point Rubric 4 point Rubric 2 point Rubric begins at score point 2. 4 The response is fully sustained and The response provides thorough and convincing support Blank. consistently focused within the purpose evidence for the writer s opinion that includes the. audience and task and it has a clearly stated effective use of sources facts and details The response. opinion and effective organizational structure includes most of the following. creating coherence and completeness The Relevant evidence integrated smoothly and. response includes most of the following thoroughly with references to sources. Strongly maintained opinion with little or Effective use of a variety of elaborative techniques. no loosely related material demonstrating understanding of the topic and text. Skillful use of a variety of transitional Clear and effective expression of ideas using. strategies to clarify the relationships precise language. between and among ideas Academic and domain specific vocabulary clearly. Logical progression of ideas from appropriate for the audience and purpose. beginning to end with a satisfying Varied sentence structure demonstrating language. introduction and conclusion facility, 3 The response is adequately sustained and The response provides adequate support evidence for Blank. generally focused within the purpose the writer s opinion that includes the use of sources. audience and task and it has an opinion and facts and details The response includes most of the. evident organizational structure with a sense following. of completeness The response includes most Generally integrated evidence from sources though. of the following references may be general imprecise or. A maintained opinion though some inconsistent, loosely related material may be present Adequate use of some elaborative techniques.
Adequate use of transitional strategies Adequate expression of ideas employing a mix of. with some variety to clarify the precise and general language. relationships between and among ideas Domain specific vocabulary generally appropriate for. Adequate progression of ideas from the audience and purpose. beginning to end with a sufficient Some variation in sentence structure. introduction and conclusion,Continued on the following page. Florida Department of Education,Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing. Grades 4 5,Opinion Text based Writing Rubric, Score points within each domain include most of the characteristics below. Score Purpose Focus and Organization Evidence and Elaboration Conventions of Standard English. 4 point Rubric 4 point Rubric 2 point Rubric, 2 The response is somewhat sustained within The response provides uneven cursory support evidence The response demonstrates an adequate. the purpose audience and task but may for the writer s opinion that includes ineffective use of command of basic conventions The response. include loosely related or extraneous material sources facts and details The response may include may include the following. and it may have an opinion with an the following Some minor errors in usage but no patterns. inconsistent organizational structure The Weakly integrated evidence from sources and erratic of errors. response may include the following or irrelevant references Adequate use of punctuation capitalization. Partially focused opinion but insufficiently Repetitive or ineffective use of elaborative sentence formation and spelling. sustained or unclear techniques, Inconsistent use of transitional strategies Imprecise or simplistic expression of ideas.
with little variety Inappropriate or ineffective domain specific. Uneven progression of ideas from vocabulary, beginning to end and an inadequate Sentences possibly limited to simple constructions. introduction or conclusion, 1 The response is related to the topic but may The response provides minimal support evidence for the The response demonstrates a partial command. demonstrate little or no awareness of the writer s opinion including little if any use of sources of basic conventions The response may include. purpose audience and task and it may have facts and details The response may include the the following. no discernible opinion and little or no following Various errors in usage. discernible organizational structure The Minimal absent erroneous or irrelevant evidence Inconsistent use of correct punctuation. response may include the following from the source material capitalization sentence formation and. Absent confusing or ambiguous opinion Expression of ideas that is vague unclear or spelling. Frequent extraneous ideas impeding confusing, understanding Limited or inappropriate language or domain. Few or no transitional strategies specific vocabulary. Too brief to demonstrate knowledge of Sentences limited to simple constructions. focus or organization, 0 Blank Blank The response demonstrates a lack of command. of conventions with frequent and severe errors,often obscuring meaning.
Florida Department of Education,Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing. S 1 Score Point 4 4 2 page 1 of 4,Florida Department of Education. Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing,S 1 Score Point 4 4 2 page 2 of 4. Florida Department of Education,Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing. S 1 Score Point 4 4 2 page 3 of 4,Florida Department of Education.
Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing,S 1 Annotation Score Point 4 4 2 page 4 of 4. 4 Purpose Focus Organization, The response is fully sustained and consistently focused within the purpose audience and. task of providing an opinion about whether students should do activities to improve schools. The opinion is clearly stated within the introduction and is strongly maintained throughout. the response I think students should be able to improve their schools from activities Ideas. progress logically if students will be able to paint on walls lesure art not graffiti it can do. many benefits for schools teaching kids about where food comes from and give them the. opportunity to create them and are connected through a skillful use of transitional words and. phrases To start with such as Secondly Now this takes me First of all An effective. organizational structure is evident in the strong introduction and conclusion that supports the. opinion Students should be able to improve their school through activities. 4 Evidence Elaboration, The response provides thorough and convincing evidence for the stated opinion The. response includes convincing and thorough elaborative techniques that effectively support. text details morals can paint messages Such as courage persaverance etc This could lift. students spirits when they are feeling down and give personal experiences that are relevant. and supportive as demonstrated in the second body paragraph It wouldn t be fair if I didn t. tell you about the way schools are teaching kids about where food comes from and give them. the opportunity to create them Gardens it can contribute to plenty of biology classes This. Grade 4 2018 ELA Writing INTRODUCTION The Florida Standards Assessments FSA English Language Arts ELA Writing Scoring Sampler can be used as a resource for Florida educators schools and districts regarding the scoring of student responses on the writing component of the statewide ELA assessments Each spring students in grades 4 10 are administered a passage set and a text based

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