This set of exemplars illustrates the use of the e-asTTle marking rubric to score writing across the writing prompts. The exemplars cover the full scoring range. asTTle Writing Rubric in Student Speak. Created by Clevedon School from asTTle Writing Rubrics. Last updated: Ideas. Learning Intention. The e asTTle framework for assessing writing. Developing the prompts, marking rubric, and annotated exemplars. Extending the usefulness.

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Take time to become familiar with the scores and characteristics of the exemplars. Teachers can use the table to convert an matrixx rubric score to an e-asTTle writing scale score an aWs score and curriculum level descriptor.

The reporting system in the e-asTTle tool is built on a system that uses many more bands than this and which are linked mayrix curriculum levels. The difficulty of the prompt you made up will not be known, and you will not get accurate curriculum level information.

Look for these aspects of writing across the top of the matrix and the different stages down the side. Do not jatrix concerned if, for example, a student is at an R6 on one category and an R2 on another. This should be used only when a non-standardised form of writing assessment is being undertaken, for instance, when:. Each element of writing should matric scored independently. At the same time, it is important to develop writing skills in curriculum-related contexts e.

The descriptors within each category score are hierarchical and cumulative. Writinh Structure and Language notes are ariting to a prompt. The matrix focuses on how learners within each broad stage typically write. Matrices, templates and review tools Evaluation Associates consultants are skilled in supporting you to use a range of up-to-date resources, rubrics and self-review tools. The annotations explain the thinking behind each scoring decision. Instead, you will have to select a rubric score ranging fromor sometimes The curriculum levels reported for e-asTTle Writing are based on a standard-setting exercise undertaken to link performance on an e-asTTle assessment with the descriptions of writing competence provided in the Literacy Learning Progressions.


You will be asked to select a purpose, and then a prompt, when you create an e-asTTle writing test.

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There are 76 exemplars of xsttle Writing, designed to help you make scoring decisions. The prompts have been designed to stimulate continuous text on topics that are accessible to students, which provides opportunities for individual interpretation. You will find the Structure and Language notes after the rubrics and before the annotated exemplars, inside the scoring rubrics document.

The Describe purpose is divided into two: Introduction In this module you will: All information will be posted on e-asttle. Please click on the links below. There is no particular length or number of ideas needed before a piece of writing can be marked, but e-asTTle writing is only suitable for students who are able to communicate at least one or two astfle ideas in writing.

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As extra support for teachers, the Structure and Language notes for all purposes have been gathered into one document, available marix download below. More Upcoming workshops and seminars We will have a range of workshops offered incovering important topics wrihing education.

Click through for Frequently Asked Questions on the recalibration of the writing tool, April We will have a range of workshops offered incovering important topics in education. However, do not put any scored results for your prompts into e-asTTle! An e-asTTle Writing assessment provides a snapshot of what a student can achieve by themselves under standardised conditions. If not, look at the exemplars before and after the one you are looking at, to try and find the appropriate stage ssttle your learner.


This is a big change from the previous version of e-asTTle Writing which tied the rubric categories directly to curriculum levels.

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This would include general vocabulary and topic-specific vocabulary. Category R3 does not translate to curriculum level 3! This page will be updated regularly as new questions arise.

This is the most current and correct version of the conversion table and replaces an incorrect version dated “November 14”. See Choosing a Writing Prompt for more information.

For students unable to do this, another assessment tool should be used. Moving from say a R2 to a R3 will involve a large shift in the associated curriculum level.

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Each prompt provides additional Structure and Language notes which define the demands of a particular writing purpose, available from within the tool after creating a test. The specific exemplars are examples of writing for the prompt being used.

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