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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Matrices, templates and review tools Evaluation Associates consultants are skilled in supporting you to use a range of up-to-date resources, rubrics and self-review tools.

No educational assessment is perfectly precise. The generic exemplars can be used to check interpretation of individual categories for example, category R2 in spelling, or category R4 in ideas. Writing samples from your students from a range of curriculum contexts. Generic exemplars are referenced in the marking rubric, with two exemplars linked to each scoring category within each element.

Marking resources for e-asTTle writing (revised)

It is important that teachers read and follow the administration guidelines carefully. Anna Sullivan Chief Executive. You will be asked to select a purpose, and then a prompt, when you create an e-asTTle writing test. Ongoing moderation of scoring decisions is maatrix to ensure that scoring is consistent and accurate over time. Moderation and things to consider. Some prompts will suit older students because they cover topics relating to the wider world. They are writiny from across a range of prompts.

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. Others will be better suited to younger students. Search all of TKI.

Module 2 – Writing

This is a big change from the previous version of e-asTTle Writing which tied the rubric categories directly to curriculum levels. Wriring Kete Ipurangi Navigation: An e-asTTle assessment is completed in 40 minutes under test conditions without any teacher or peer feedback, or access to writing aids such as dictionaries. The Writing manual is available for download below. The table and its associated information have been put together in response to requests from teachers and schools, particularly so that they can widen the formative use of the e-asTTle writing tool.


Open the double-sided, fold-out page for the jatrix matrix in your booklet which is colour-coded for each stage.

As extra support for teachers, the Structure and Language notes for wirting purposes have been gathered into one document, available for download below.

The matrix focuses on how learners within each broad stage typically write. Writing well Writing on familiar topics is very important at early stages of learning to write in English. Category R3 does not translate to curriculum level 3!

Home Resources Matrices, templates and review tools. ELLPthe matrices show some characteristics of writing that learners are likely to produce at different stages.

No scores should be entered after Wednesday April 18, Now wrtiing have seen the digital clip it is time for you to place your own students on the writing matrix.

The following questions and answers are specifically related to the e-asTTle writing tool revised. It is unwise to treat the element curriculum scores as precise measures and comparisons with the old element scores will be very tenuous. Use the writing matrix to decide which stage each learner is likely to fit into — make a general decision at this stage. This is very strong performance for a writing assessment. Te Kete Ipurangi Navigation: The exercise defined an appropriate score range on an e-asTTle assessment for each level of writing competence described by the progressions.

In the revised e-asTTle writing each element has only 6 or 7 scoring categories.

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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. 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. Find out about how you can accelerate student achievement by improving teacher practice in assessment for learning. At the same time, it is important to develop writing skills in curriculum-related contexts e.


During the development of e-asTTle Writing, a. Subscribe to our newsletter and other communication from Evaluation Associates Full Name. To assign a category score of R4 in a particular element, the conditions for a score of R3 in that element must also have been met. A student who scores 4A is probably somewhere in the range 4P to 5B. See Choosing a Writing Prompt for more information. When you have confidently completed this section you are ready to consider how this information helps you, and what you should do next to help your learners.

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.

This is the booklet which you will use throughout this asytle. The difficulty of the prompt you made up will not be known, and you will not get accurate curriculum level information. They are representative examples of writing for each prompt.

Quick links Improving teacher practice Find out about how you can accelerate student achievement by wgiting teacher practice in assessment for learning. Evaluation Associates consultants are skilled in supporting you to use a range of up-to-date resources, rubrics and self-review tools.