Read 180 Exit Criteria Evaluation Form Date




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Read 180 Exit Criteria Evaluation Form

Date _________________

Student name: ______________________________________ Grade: _____

Student ID: ________________ School: ______________________

Most recent Lexile® Level (SRI®): _______ Date: _____

Year End Proficiency Lexile® ranges



Grade 1

Grade 2

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

100-400

300-600

500-800

600-900

700-1000

800-1050

850-1100

900-1150

1000-1200

1025-1250

1050-1300

1050-1300

From Scholastic® Read 180® Placement, Assessment, and Reporting Guide



Read 180 Level


Below Basic


Basic


Proficient


Advanced

Standarized tests: PSSA/4Sight/other (circle those that apply)

(0)

(2)

(4)

(6)

SRI Lexile Growth (based on grade level (Elem = 140L, MS = 70L, HS = 50L)

Little or no growth:
Little or no change (0)

Moderate growth:
Half a grade level (2)


Significant growth:
One grade level (4)

Exceptional growth:
More than one grade level (6)


Read 180 Instructional Software level

(Level 4 is closest to grade level.)


The student performs at level 1.


(0)

The student performs at level 2.


(2)

The student performs at level 3.


(4)

The student performs at level 4.


(6)

Context Passage score (Success Zone)and/or rSkills score(Student Progress Report)

The student achieves below 60% accuracy at their current level.

(0)

The student achieves between 60-79% accuracy at their current level.

(2)

The student achieves between 80-89% accuracy at their current level.

(4)

The student achieves 90% or higher at their current level.

(6)

Read 180 Exit Criteria Evaluation Form




Independent reading

Reading Counts quiz average of less than 70%; poor print work accountability;

has read 0 to 1 books per quarter; demonstrates poor self-direction. (0)


Reading Counts quiz average of 70-80%; fair print work accountability;

has read 1 or fewer books per quarter; demonstrates fair self-direction. (2)

Reading Counts quiz average of 80% or higher; good print work accountability; has read at least 1-2 books per quarter; demonstrates good self-direction.

(4)

Reading Counts quiz average of 90% or higher; high print work accountability; has read at least 1-3 books per quarter; demonstrates strong self-direction.

(6)


Participation in structured engagement routines

Poor participation; makes connections to the topic that are unrelated; does not use complete sentences.

(0)

Infrequent participation; has difficulty making connections to the topic; has difficulty using complete sentences. (2)


Frequent participation; makes connections to the topic; generally uses complete sentences

(4)

Regular participation; makes connections beyond the topic; always uses complete sentences. (6)



Written response

(rSkills Open-ended Response)



Insufficient writing; poor topic response; uses no or few writing conventions.

(0)


Partially sufficient writing; fair topic response; uses few writing conventions.

(2)


Sufficient writing; adequate topic responses; uses most writing conventions.

(4)


Exemplary writing; thoughtful on-topic response; uses all or most writing conventions. (6)


Teacher written recommendation/informal observation (no weight)

[can include QRI data, student reflection, or other data as suggested below]




  • Applies reading and writing strategies in both Read 180 and other classes.

  • Participates and shares appropriately in discussions

  • Needs little or no prompting or support with independent work

  • N
    Student Score _____ / 42
    eeds little or no scaffolding to produce coherent writing

  • Other (use back of sheet for anecdotal support)


Please check one of the following:
Continue Read 180 (Below Basic/Basic)

Exit Read 180 (Proficient/Advanced)

Exit Read 180, with reservations




Rubric Score

Advanced: 42-36

Basic: 26-18

Proficient: 35-27

Below Basic: 17 and below



Based on original form created by Bethlehem Area SD team, 2008;

Revised by Bellefonte Area SD MS-HS team & Scholastic, March, 2011 DMR




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