Writing What does rigor look like on the

Writing What does rigor look like on the

Writing What does rigor look like on the new SOL Test? Grade 5 Blueprint Summary Reporting Category Research, Plan, Compose, and Revise

Edit for Language, Capitalization , Punctuation, Spelling Number of Operational Items MC/TEI +

Short Paper 23 Multiple-Choice/ Technology Enhanced Component Number of Items 7 (was 6)

Short Paper Component Number of Possible Score Points Compose/Written Expression 16 Usage/Mechanics 23 15 (was 14)

8 46 22 24 Field Test Items : 12

2012 Cut Score = 28 out of 44 items ( 20 MC + 24 SP) 2013 Cut Score = ? out of 46 items (22 MC & TEI + 2 SP) Grade 5 Blueprint Summary Reporting Category Grade 2 Writing SOL Grade 3 Writing SOL

Grade 4 Writing SOL Grade 5 Writing SOL Research, Plan, Compose, and Revise 2.12 a-d

2.14 3.9 a-g 3.10 b 3.11 a-d 3.12 4.7 a-k 4.9 a-e 5.7 a-I 5.9 a-g

Edit for Language, Capitalization, Punctuation, Spelling 2.13 a-j 3.10 a, c-j 4.8 a-h

5.8 a-k MC/TEI not tested 2.11 3.8 Short Paper not tested

2.11 3.8 4.9 a-e 5.9 a-g SOL Subsumed

Kindergarten and Grade 1 Writing SOL Multiple Choice and Technology Enhanced Items 2009-2010 In sentence 34, visit the Statue of Liberty the Empire State Building , and the Chrysler Building, should be written F visit , the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and the Chrysler Building G visit the Statue of Liberty the Empire State Building,

and the Chrysler Building H visit, the Statue of Liberty the Empire State Building, and the Chrysler Building I visit the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and the Chrysler Building Multiple Choice and Technology Enhanced Items Analysis M C and TIE Resources VDOE

MCPS http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/so l/standards_docs/english/index.shtml With a partner, identify two resources you think are helpful . With a partner, identify two resources you think are helpful .

Explain how you could engage teachers with these resources. Explain how you could engage teachers with these resources. http://www.mcps.org/LangArts/Lang ArtsCurr/ Short Paper

Short paper Narrative and/or Expository Practice Writing Tool Typing tools Current line locatio

n Progress bar - 21 - SOL Two-Domain Writing Rubric Composing/Written Expression Usage & Mechanics

Sentence Formation Usage --Standard Inflections --Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs --Agreement Mechanics --Capitalization --Spelling --Punctuation --Formatting

Audience/purpose Central Idea Effective conclusions Counter arguments Elaboration Unity Organization Deliberate Word Choice Selected, Precise Information Sentence Variety Tone

Voice Application of the Scoring Rubric Scorers Look as much at what the writer does well as at what she/he does poorly. Give consideration to all features within the domain. Do not contaminate the scoring of own domain by awareness of either accomplishments or errors belonging to another domain. Do not create double jeopardy, e.g., a run-on sentence in Usage-Mechanics is not also a sentence error in Written

Expression. Brite is one misspelling no matter how often the word appears. Application of the Scoring Rubric Scorers Note that a word that seems to have been omitted due to haste in revising, editing, or copying need not demonstrate a total lack of control over that feature. Do not score a paper on only length. Length, in and of itself, is not a feature of any domain. Read the entire paper before assigning any

scores. State Scoring of SOL Short Papers All student papers are read by two readers; their scores are added together Composing/Written Expression score counts twice = 2/3 Usage/Mechanics score counts once = 1/3 If judges scores are more than 1 point apart, papers are read by a third judge Short Paper

VDOE MCPS http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/s ol/standards_docs/english/2010/onlin e_writing/index.shtml With a partner, identify two resources you think are helpful .

With a partner, identify two resources you think are helpful . Explain how you could engage teachers with these resources. Explain how you could engage teachers with these resources. http://www.mcps.org/LangArts/Lang ArtsAssess/

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