Viewing the Passage Score Report in Imagine Lectura

After students have started working in Imagine Lectura, you can use the Passage Score Report to see how your group is performing on individual passages, then drill down to see individual student scores for students who have completed that passage. The Passage Score Report shows the average auto-graded and written response scores for both the group and for each individual student. Auto-graded responses are graded by Imagine Lectura; written responses are graded by an Educator. Student performance scores are color-coded to show whether your class and students are proficient, approaching proficiency, or developing proficiency.

Administrators can view the Passage Score Report for any group or student in their school or district. Educators can view the Passage Score Report for any student that is assigned to them. The Passage Score Report updates any time a student answers an auto-graded question or an Educator grades a written response

Viewing the Passage Score Report

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

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  2. Click Reports in the upper navigation bar. 
  3. Click Passage Scores.

     Note

    If your students have not completed any auto-graded questions yet or if the written responses for a passage have not yet been graded by the Educator, Imagine Lectura displays dashes (---) for the score.

    You can filter passage scores by grade level, unit, or passage. Filtering passages by grade level only shows passages for that grade level; filtering by a unit shows all the passages in that unit.

    To view the Passage Score Report for a different group, click the drop-down arrow next to the group name and select the group, or click the < > arrows next to Print to page between groups.

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    Column Description
    Passage The name of the passage. 
    Unit The name of the unit that the passage belongs to.
    Grade Level

    The grade level that the passage was written for. 

    Average Auto-graded Score

    The group's average score for the auto-graded questions.  

    Average Written Response Score

    The group's average score for all the written responses that an Educator has graded for that passage. Any written responses that have been submitted by the student, but have not been graded by the Educator, are not included in the score.

    Number of Students Completed

    The number of students in the class who successfully completed the passage.

    Performance Score

    Proficient scores are green (lecturareports_green_proficient_scoreupd.png), indicating that a student's average score is between 70-100%.

    Approaching scores are yellow (yellowscore.png), indicating that a student's average score is between 40-69%.

    Developing scores are red (redscore.png), indicating that a student's average score is between 0-39%.

  4. Click the passage drop-down arrow (passagescordropdnarrow.png) to view average auto-graded and written response scores for each student. If passages have not been graded, Imagine Lectura displays dashes (---) for the scores. 

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    Column Description
    Name The name of the student. 
    Average Auto-graded Score

    The student's average score for the auto-graded questions.  

    Average Written Response Score

    The student's average score for all the written responses scored by the Educator. For example, if there's only one written response item worth 3 points and the student received full credit, then you'll see "3/3 points." If there are two written response questions, and the student received 0/1 on the first response and 3/3 on the second response, then you'll see "3/4 points." Submitted items that have not been graded are not included in the score.

    Performance Score

    Proficient scores are green (lecturareports_green_proficient_scoreupd.png), indicating that a student's average score is between 70-100%.

    Approaching scores are yellow (yellowscore.png), indicating that a student's average score is between 40-69%.

    Developing scores are red (redscore.png), indicating that a student's average score is between 0-39%.