Reports

Each student's writing is evaluated independently by readers who are thoroughly trained and experienced in analytic scoring. All score reports are available through the WrAP Portal and can be viewed, downloaded and printed as desired.  They provide teachers and administrators the ability to analyze the data with direct references to the traits and language of the rubrics. 

 
2016-2017 WrAP Test Dates: August 16th, 2016 – June 9th, 2017 All materials must be received for scoring by June 16th, 2017. Materials received after this date are scored the following October.

 

 

New for Fall 2016-17

Individual Student Reports (ISRs) for non-stimulus and stimulus-based prompts now contain a copy of the student’s essay as well as links to exemplar essays at each score point—a deeper insight into scoring.

 

 

 

 

Introducing WRIIT!

Visit the WRIIT library to review prompts, annotated and scored student essays, learning progressions and much more! And don't miss our complimentary, live webinar series to learn how WRIIT and WrAP work hand-in-hand to improve student writing.

 

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icon_school_report.pngSample Reports

WrAP provides individual, class, school, district and other reports in a variety of formats. These reports include an alphabetized class roster, an alphabetized list by grade, a class summary, a district summary, individual student reports, international class summary, rank order list by class and a school summary. Combined with the new Individual Student Report updates and the new WRIIT resources a full complement of quantitative and qualitative data is available to schools. Student labels, sets of essay images, and a data download are available with reports.

 

Individual Student Report

Alphabetized Class Roster

School Summary (Domestic)

School Summary (International)

 

 

Stimulus-Based Prompt Reports
 
  • Individual Student Reports (ISRs) display raw scores for each trait and total raw scores with comparative data for other norm groups. ISRs include a copy of the student's essay as well as the genre-specific rubric with links to annotated exemplar essays for each score point.
  • Alphabetized Class Roster reports provide trait scores for each component of the performance task and class/grade mean raw scores for each trait. 
  • Administrative Class/Grade/School Summary Reports display mean trait scores and the performance of the class/grade relative to the whole grade/school and other norm groups to allow meaningful comparisons across traits. In addition, this report displays the percent of students of the reporting group at five data points (90th, 75th, 50th, 25th, and 10th percentiles) and the number and percent of the students at each score point by trait as seen in the rubric.
Non-Stimulus Prompt Reports
 
  • Individual Student Reports (ISRs) display raw scores for each trait and total raw scores with comparative data for other norm groups. ISRs include a copy of the student's essay as well as a genre-specific rubric with links to annotated exemplar essays for each score point. In addition, the ISR shows comparative mean scores, scale scores, percentiles and stanines with comparative data for other norm groups. 
  • Alphabetized Class Roster Reports provide trait scores, total raw score, group mean scores, and percentiles and stanines referenced to the Suburban, Independent, and International norm groups. 
  • Administrative Class/Grade/School Summary Reports give mean trait scores at five data points, (90th, 75th, 50th, 25th, and 10th) mean scale scores for the reporting group, Suburban, and Independent norm groups, and a comparative view of the students’ performance in relation to those in the Suburban, Independent, and International norm groups using trait score distributions for the school.
 

icon_interpretation.png Rubrics

The researched-based 6-trait, 6 point rubrics are used to score all WrAP essays. These rubrics articulate a consistent view of the critical components of good writing across every genre, as well as the developmental path within each component or trait (from score point 1 to 6).

 

Argument/Opinion  

Informative 

Narrative

 

Pathways To Interpretation With TestWiz

ERB partners with Certica Solutions to provide TestWiz to our member schools. TestWiz allows your school to import other assessment data, and this provides you with even more helpful information from your WrAP results. You can easily track student progress, deliver targeted teaching, weigh instructional effectiveness, and build comprehensive student profiles to guide individualized instruction. 

 

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