Using the Imagine Español Skills Inventory

 

The Imagine Español Skills Inventory provides Administrators and Educators insight into which Imagine Español skills your students are proficient in for each grade level. A student is proficient if they have scored well enough (between 75-100%, depending on the skill) on a skillset that Imagine Learning is confident in the student's proficiency. A student is not proficient if they have scored low enough (below 75%, depending on the skill) on a skillset that Imagine Learning is confident the student needs improvement. The data in the Skills Inventory is updated hourly.

As an Administrator or Educator, you can filter student proficiency by Skill Area or Date Range. You can also display the Skills Inventory in English or Spanish, and print the Skills Inventory for an individual student or an entire group. As a District Administrator, you can review the Skill Inventory for any group or student in your organization. As a School Administrator, you can view the Skill Inventory for any group or student in your school. As an Educator, you can view the Skill Inventory for any group or student assigned to you.

To view the Skills Inventory

  1. Log in to the Literacy portal. If this is your first time logging in, choose Imagine Español.

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  2. If you are an Educator with multiple groups assigned to you,  click the group that you want to view the Skill Inventory for.

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  3. Choose the student that you want to view the Skills Inventory for.

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  4. Click Progress from the drop-down list. 

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  5. Choose the filter(s) you want to view student proficiency by. You can view student proficiency by a specific date range or by a specific skill area.

    • To view proficiency by date range, click the Date Range arrow and choose the date range from the list. The Date Range view shows the chronological order in which students encountered each skill.

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    • To view proficiency by skill area, click the Skill Area arrow and choose the skill area from the list. The Skill Area view shows a summary of all the skills the student encountered during your chosen date range.

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  6. To view the Skills Inventory in English or Spanish, click the Display Report In arrow and choose the language from the list. 

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  7. To print the Skills Inventory, click Print Options. You can print the Skills Inventory for an individual student or for all students in the group. 

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Imagine Español skillsets

These are the Imagine Español skillsets and their minimum proficiency scores, in chronological order, for each grade level.

Grade Level Skillset Name Minimum Proficiency Score
Kindergarten Print Concepts 75%
Kindergarten Syllable Recognition 75%
Kindergarten Reading Comprehension 75%
Kindergarten Reading Vocabulary 100%
Kindergarten Basic Vocabulary 100%
Grade 1 Phonological Awareness: Syllables 80%
Grade 1 Phonological Awareness: Phonemes 80%
Grade 1 Syllable Recognition 75%
Grade 1 Decodable Words (Basic) 75%
Grade 1 High-Frequency Words 75%
Grade 1 Spelling: Closed Syllables 75%
Grade 1 Spelling: l-blends 75%
Grade 1 Spelling: r-blends 75%
Grade 1 Spelling: Complex Sounds 75%
Grade 1 Spelling: Similar Sounds 75%
Grade 1 Spelling: High-Frequency Words 75%
Grade 1 Reading Vocabulary 75%
Grade 1 Reading Comprehension 80%
Grade 1 Vocabulary: Compound Words 75%
Grade 1 Vocabulary: Prepositional Phrases 75%
Grade 1 Academic Vocabulary 75%
Grade 1 Language Conventions 100%
Grade 1 Conjugation 87%
Grade 2 Decodable Words (Advanced) 75%
Grade 2 High-Frequency Words 75%
Grade 2 Spelling: Complex Sounds 75%
Grade 2 Spelling: Similar Sounds 75%
Grade 2 Spelling: High-Frequency Words 75%
Grade 2 Reading Vocabulary 75%
Grade 2 Reading Comprehension 100%
Grade 2 Vocabulary: Cognates 75%
Grade 2 Vocabulary: Compound Words 75%
Grade 2 Vocabulary: Synonyms & Antonyms 75%
Grade 2 Vocabulary: Synonyms & Antonyms 75%
Grade 2 Academic Vocabulary 75%
Grade 2 Language Conventions 100%