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Name of Assessment Program

Assessment Population

Administered

LAA 1

ELA and Mathematics (Grade spans 3–4; 5–6; 7–8; 9–10); Science (Grades 4, 8, and 11).

Revised Spring 2008

Louisiana Alternate Assessment, Level 2 (LAA 2)

ELA and Mathematics (Grades 4, 8, and 10)

Science and Social Studies (Grade 11)

Grades 4, 8, 10, and 11

Spring 2006–

LAA 2

ELA and Mathematics

Grades 5, 6, 7, and 9

Spring 2007–

LAA 2

Science and Social Studies

Grades 4 and 8

Spring 2008

Louisiana Alternate Assessment-B (LAA-B) ["out-of-level" test]

Students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) who met eligibility criteria in Grades 3–11.

Spring 1999– Spring 2003

(no longer administered)

English Language Development Assessment (ELDA)

Limited English Proficient (LEP) students in Grades K–12

Spring 2005–

B....

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:24:4.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Education, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, LR 31:1534 (July 2005), amended LR 32:235 (February 2006), LR 34:66 (January 2008), LR 34:1352 (July 2008), LR 35:

Chapter 20.LEAP Alternate Assessment, Level 2

Subchapter D.Achievement Level Descriptors

§2011.Grade 4 Achievement Level Descriptors

A. - B....

C.Grade 4 Science Achievement Level Descriptors

Foundational

A student at this level has not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling but has demonstrated the foundational knowledge and skills that can be built upon to access the grade-level curriculum.

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to:

1.demonstrate limited understanding of fundamental scientific tasks;

2.read/interpret simple data in graphic form;

3.make simple observations and respond to directed questions, when prompted;

4.exhibit limited understanding of the ways in which properties of objects, motion of objects, and forms of energy apply to their everyday life;

5.exhibit limited understanding of characteristics, life cycles, and environments of organisms;

6.exhibit limited understanding of basic concepts related to properties of earth materials, weather, and objects in the night sky; and

7.exhibit limited understanding of basic components of an ecosystem.

Pre-Foundational

A student at this level has not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling. However, the student may be developing the foundational knowledge and skills that can be built upon to access the grade-level curriculum.

Students scoring at this level need to develop the ability to:

1.demonstrate understanding of fundamental scientific tasks;

2.read/interpret simple data in graphic form;

3.make simple observations and respond to directed questions;

4.exhibit understanding of the ways in which properties of objects, motion of objects, and forms of energy apply to their everyday life;

5.exhibit understanding of characteristics, life cycles, and environments of organisms;

6.exhibit understanding of basic concepts related to properties of earth materials, weather, and objects in the night sky; and

7.exhibit understanding of basic components of an ecosystem.

D.Grade 4 Social Studies Achievement Level Descriptors

Basic

A student at this level has demonstrated only the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling.

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to:

1.Geography: identify major geographic features on maps and globes; define geographic vocabulary; describe the connection between people and the environment; interpret geographical data; define the world in spatial terms; and define processes that shape earth.

2.Civics: identify the branches and major responsibilities of government; and list the rights and responsibilities of citizens as stated in the Bill of Rights.

3.Economics: identify fundamental economic concepts and terms; recognize that the decisions made by individuals, households, businesses, and governments result in economic outcomes.

4.History: identify and describe important people, events, and documents in American history; demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of historical perspective and time; distinguish between primary and secondary historical sources; and describe some scientific and technological advancements.

Approaching Basic

A student at this level has only partially demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling.

Students scoring at this level generally exhibit the ability to:

1.Geography: recognize major geographic features on maps and globes; select words that define geographic vocabulary; explain the connection between people, places, man and the environment; identify geographical data; identify the world in spatial terms; and identify processes that shape earth.

2.Civics: recognize that the United States has a government that is divided into branches; and state that citizens have rights and responsibilities.

3.Economics: identify some fundamental economic concepts and terms.

4.History: recognize a few of the most important people, events, and documents in American history; demonstrate a limited understanding of the concepts of historical perspective and time; and identify some important scientific and technological advancements.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:391.4(A).

Louisiana Register   Vol. 34, No. 10   October 20, 2008

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