Diagnostic -- Other Reading Report

Use the Diagnostic - Other Reading Report to summarize your students' performance on Other Reading Quizzes.

Other Reading quiz performance should be reviewed weekly by teachers, administrators, librarians, and reading specialists to identify students who are having problems and may need intervention. Because the report uses diagnostic - or "at risk" - codes to identify students who may be struggling, it is not an appropriate tool for publicly posting a class's progress. The student performance information on the report should be treated as confidential.

For each student included on the report, the program shows a diagnostic code (if one applies), the number of Other Reading Quizzes the student has passed and the total number the student has taken in the reporting period, the average book level of the passed quizzes, the average percentage of questions the student got correct (and the goal). The report shows totals (or averages) of this information for the students in each section.

The report will also show the total word count for the quizzes the student passed. For the latest Other Reading Quiz for each student, the report shows the quiz number, quiz language, date it was taken, book level, and the percentage of questions the student answered correctly.

To generate the report, follow these steps:

  1. On the Reports page, click Other Reading.
  2. On the Select an Other Reading Report page, if necessary, choose a school from the School drop-down list.
  3. Click Diagnostic - Other Reading in the list of reports.
  4. Select the report options. You can choose the following:
    • Which classes or students to include
    • Which reporting parameter group to use (this allows you to include students by enrollment date, ethnicity, gender, language, characteristics, and/or grade)
    • Which time period to include (a predefined or custom date range)
    • Which book level type to display (ATOS or Lexile┬« Measure)
    • Which Other Reading Series to include (only quizzes in the series you chose will be included)
    • Which quizzes to include based on language (English quizzes, Spanish quizzes, or both)
    • Whether to group information on the report (do not group or group by class)
    • Whether to include only quizzes that were taken for the classes included in the report (this option is available only if you've chosen to group the information)
    • Whether to place a page break after each group (this option is available only if you've chosen to group the information)
    • Whether to print the selected report options on the report

    The diagnostic codes are defined in the report in the Diagnostic Code Summary.

  5. Select View Report.
  6. As the program generates your report, you'll see the Report Progress page. When the report is ready, it opens in Adobe Reader or your default PDF reader in the browser window or a separate window.
    • Click Customize this Report to go back and choose different options for the report and generate it again.
    • To select another report, click Select a Different Report.