This article applies to Imagine Reading and Imagine Lectura.
After students have started working in Imagine Reading or Imagine Lectura, use the Passage Scores report to see how your group is performing on each reading passage, then drill down to see individual student scores for students who have completed that passage.
The Passage Scores report shows both auto-graded and written response scores. Auto-graded responses are graded by the program; written responses must be teacher-graded. The scores are color-coded to show whether your class and students are proficient, approaching proficiency, or developing proficiency. Throughout the report, the following key is used:
Teachers and Administrators can view the Passage Scores report for all their assigned students. The Passage Scores report updates every time a student answers an auto-graded question or a teacher grades a written response.
To view the Passage Scores report:
- Log in to Imagine Reading or Imagine Lectura.
- If you have more than 1 group, select a group.
- Click Reports in the upper navigation bar.
- Click Passage Scores.
- The Passage Scores report opens at the group level.
If desired, use the All grade levels, All units, and/or All passages filters to drill down to specific information. Otherwise, information for all in-progress or completed passages in all units for all grade levels will display.
- 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 teacher, the program displays dashes (---) for the score.
- Introduction passages have no auto-graded questions. Therefore, all passages starting with the words Introduction to will display the three dashes (---) in the Average Auto-graded Score column.
If desired, use the column header up/down () arrows to sort the data in the columns by ascending or descending order. The columns for each student are as follows:
Column Description Passage The name of the passage. Unit The name of the unit in which the passage is located. Grade Level
The grade level for which the passage was written.
Average Auto-graded Score
The group's average score for the auto-graded questions. Scores are color-coded according to this key:
Average Written Response Score
The group's average score for all the written responses that a teacher has graded for that passage. Scores are color-coded according to this key:
Written responses that have been submitted by the student but have not been graded by the teacher are not included in the score.
Number of Students Completed
The number of students in the class who completed the passage.
Click More Options ():
Reset Responses clears responses for the passage to allow students to answer the questions again.
Print Passage prints the selected passage without student responses.
Click the passage drop-down arrow () to view scores for each student.
- If your students have not completed any auto-graded questions yet or if you have not yet graded the written responses, the program displays dashes (---) for the score.
- For Introduction passages, only written response scores will display because there are no auto-graded questions in introductory passages. All students will have three dashes (---) in the Passage Auto-graded Score column.
The columns in this view of the report are as follows:
Column Description Name The name of the student. Passage Auto-graded Score
The student's passage score for the auto-graded questions.
Passage Written Response Score
The student's passage score for the written responses scored by the teacher.
- If desired, to view the Passage Scores report for a different group, click the drop-down arrow next to the group name and select another group, or click the < > arrows to page between groups.
- Click a student's name to drill down to the student level of the report.
- The student-level report opens with 2 sections: Auto-Graded Scores and Written Response Scores.
In the Auto-Graded Scores section, select a unit from the drop-down list. Each passage in the unit displays with the following color-coding:
- Red X - question was answered incorrectly
- Green check - the student answered the question correctly
- Blue paper - the question was a written response that was submitted to you for grading
In the Written Response Scores section, you can see the student's responses to the writing prompts. Use the drop-down list to select a different reading passage for which to view the response(s).
- If desired, click the arrows or select another student's name in the drop-down list to navigate to another student's report.