After students have started working in Imagine Reading, you can use the Student Passage Score Report to see scores for each student who has completed that passage. The Student Passage Score Report shows the average auto-graded scores and the written questions answered by the individual student. Auto-graded responses are graded by Imagine Reading; written responses are graded by a Teacher. Student performance scores are color-coded to show whether your students are proficient, approaching proficiency, or developing proficiency.
Administrators can view the Student Passage Score Report for any group or student in their school or district. Teachers can view the Student Passage Score Report for any student that is assigned to them. The Student Passage Score Report updates any time a student answers an auto-graded question or a Teacher grades a written response.
To view the Student Passage Score Report
- Log in to the Literacy Suite. If this is your first time logging in, choose Imagine Reading.
- Click Reports in the upper navigation bar, then click the student that you want to view the Passage Score Report for.
- Click Passage Scores in the navigation bar. Choose a passage from the drop-down list to view the student's scores.
Column Description Passage The name of the reading passage and the grade level that the reading passage was written for. Click the passage title to go to the Grading section for that passage. Auto-graded Score
The average score for the auto-graded questions that the student completed in that reading passage.
Proficient scores are green (), indicating that a student's average score is between 70-100%.
Approaching scores are yellow (), indicating that a student's average score is between 40-69%.
Developing scores are red (), indicating that a student's average score is between 0-39%.
The score for each individual question for that passage. Use the <> arrows to move back and forth between individual questions.
- A checkmark indicates that the student answered the question correctly ( ).
- An X indicates that the student answered the question incorrectly ( ).
- The Page icon ( ) indicates a written response item to be graded by a Teacher.
The Auto-Graded Scores section shows the average auto-graded scores for each passage, along with all the questions in a passage that the student has answered correctly and incorrectly, and any written responses that have not been graded ( ) by a Teacher. Use the arrows < > to move back and forth between the questions.
Written Response Scores
The Written Response Scores section shows the student's written responses from the selected passage and the sum of the written response scores from the last passage that was scored by a Teacher.
Click Go to grading to go to the Dashboard and grade any ungraded written responses.