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<ul><li><p>Supplemental Aids forSTAAR, STAAR Spanish, </p><p>STAAR Modified, and STAAR L:Whats Allowed and Whats Not?</p><p>Student Assessment DivisionDecember 2011</p></li><li><p>Disclaimer</p><p>TEA 12/2011</p><p>2</p><p> These slides have been prepared and approved by the Student Assessment Division of the Texas Education Agency.</p><p> If any slide is amended or revised for use in local or regional trainings, please remove the TEA footer at the bottom of the slide.</p><p>2</p></li><li><p>3</p><p>DescriptionofAccommodation</p><p>Assessments</p><p>TEA 12/2011</p><p>SupplementalAids</p><p>Supplementalaidsarepaperbasedresourcesthatassistastudentinrecallinginformation.</p><p>Forastudentwhomeetstheeligibilitycriteria,thisaccommodationmaybeusedonSTAARSTAARSpanishSTAARModifiedSTAARL</p></li><li><p>4</p><p>gStudentEligibilityCriteria</p><p>TEA 12/2011</p><p>Astudentmayusethisaccommodationifheorshereceivesspecialeducationservices,</p><p>routinely,independently,andeffectivelyusesthisaccommodationduringclassroominstructionandtesting,and</p><p>hasadisabilitythataffectsmemoryretrieval,focus,ororganizationthatissevereenoughtopreventhimorherfromlearningandretaininginformationaseffectivelyasnondisabledpeersdespitemultipleopportunitiestolearn,variedinstructionalstrategies,andhighqualityinstruction.</p></li><li><p>5 TEA 12/2011</p></li><li><p> Only the types of supplemental aids listed on the following slides are allowed for eligible students.</p><p> No accommodation request form is required.</p><p> There is no special request process for additional supplemental aids.</p><p>Examples/Types</p><p>6</p><p>TEA 12/20116</p></li><li><p>7</p><p>TEA 12/20117</p><p>All Subjects: Mnemonic DevicesA mnemonic device is a learning technique that assists with memory. Only mnemonic devices that are acronyms or phrases based on an acronym should be used. The subject-specific words that the mnemonic represents are NEVERallowed.</p></li><li><p>Parentheses Exponents MultiplicationDivisionAdditionSubtraction</p><p>DivideMultiplySubtract Bring down</p><p>Other mnemonic devices that follow the above criteria are also allowed.</p><p>KingdomPhylumClassOrder FamilyGenusSpecies</p><p>All Subjects: Mnemonic DevicesA mnemonic device is a learning technique that assists with memory. Only mnemonic devices that are acronyms or phrases based on an acronym should be used. The subject-specific words that the mnemonic represents are NEVER allowed.8</p><p>TEA 12/20118</p></li><li><p>All Subjects: Blank Graphic OrganizersBlank graphic organizers may be used. Blank graphic organizers should NEVERcontain titles, words, labels, colors used as labels, pictures, acronyms, mnemonics, numbers, symbols, or variables. </p><p>Group 1</p><p>Group 2</p><p>1&amp;2</p><p>9</p><p>TEA 12/20119</p></li><li><p>All Subjects: Blank Graphic OrganizersBlank graphic organizers may be used. Blank graphic organizers should NEVERcontain titles, words, labels, colors used as labels, pictures, acronyms, mnemonics, numbers, symbols, or variables. </p><p>Tertiary Consumer</p><p>Secondary Consumer</p><p>Primary Consumer</p><p>Primary Producer</p><p>10</p><p>TEA 12/201110</p></li><li><p>All Subjects: Blank Graphic OrganizersBlank graphic organizers may be used. Blank graphic organizers should NEVERcontain titles, words, labels, colors used as labels, pictures, acronyms, mnemonics, numbers, symbols, or variables. </p><p>G</p><p>11</p><p>TEA 12/201111</p></li><li><p>Mathematics: Addition ChartsAddition charts may be used. The addition chart must be a grid used to find the sum, not a list of addition facts. Each axis may be numbered up to 9, but no higher than 9. Indicating special numbers (e.g., highlighting or circling even numbers within the body of the chart) is NEVER allowed.</p><p>12</p><p>1+1=22+2=43+3=64+4=85+5=106+6=127+7=148+8=169+9=1810+10=20</p><p>TEA 12/201112</p></li><li><p>Mathematics: Multiplication ChartsMultiplication charts may be used. The multiplication chart must be a grid used to find the product, not a list of multiplication facts. Each axis may be numbered up to 12, but no higher than 12. Indicating special numbers (e.g., highlighting or circling perfect squares within the body of the chart) is NEVER allowed.</p><p>13</p><p>1x0=0 2x0=01x1=1 2x1=21x2=2 2x2=41x3=3 2x3=61x4=4 2x4=81x5=5 2x5=101x6=6 2x6=121x7=7 2x7=141x8=8 2x8=161x9=9 2x9=18</p><p>TEA 12/2011</p></li><li><p>Mathematics: 100 ChartA 100 chart may be used. Indicating special numbers (e.g., highlighting or circling prime numbers within the body of the chart) is NEVER allowed.</p><p>14</p><p>TEA 12/201114</p></li><li><p>Mathematics: Place Value ChartA place value chart may be used. Words for place value labels and a decimal point are allowed only if they are grade-appropriate. Including numbers as specific examples is NEVER allowed.15</p><p>7 1 . 2</p><p>TEA 12/201115</p></li><li><p>Mathematics: Pictorial Models of FractionsPictorial models of fraction bars or fraction circles may be used. The models may be labeled to show each individual fraction, but they should NEVER show equivalencies or a cumulative sequence.</p><p>16</p><p>TEA 12/201116</p></li><li><p>Mathematics: Pictorial Models of Geometric FiguresPictorial models of one-, two-, and three-dimensional figures may be used. The figures may NEVER contain titles, words, labels, colors used as labels, acronyms, mnemonics, numbers, symbols, or variables.</p><p>17</p><p>TRIANGLE</p><p>vertex</p><p>TEA 12/201117</p></li><li><p>Mathematics: Pictorial Models of Geometric Figures A pictorial model of a geometric figure may be provided in either three-dimensional form or two-dimensional form (net), but NOT in both forms.</p><p>18</p><p>OR</p><p>NOT 3-D and 2-D on the same aid</p><p>TEA 12/201118</p></li><li><p>Written Composition: Grammar &amp; Mechanics RulesA list of grade-appropriate grammar and mechanics rules may be used. This list may NEVER contain any specific examples.</p><p>19</p><p>TEA 12/201119</p></li><li><p>Written Composition: Grammar &amp; Mechanics RulesA list of grade-appropriate grammar and mechanics rules may be used. This list may NEVER contain any specific examples.</p><p>20</p><p>TEA 12/201120</p></li><li><p>Science: Graphics of Scientific ConceptsGraphics of scientific concepts may be used. The graphics should NEVER contain titles, words, labels, colors used as labels, acronyms, mnemonics, numbers, symbols, or variables.</p><p>TEA 12/2011</p><p>21</p><p>21</p></li><li><p>Science: Graphics of Scientific Concepts Graphics of scientific concepts may be used. The graphics should NEVER contain titles, words, labels, colors used as labels, acronyms, mnemonics, numbers, symbols, or variables.22</p><p>TEA 12/201122</p></li><li><p>23</p><p>Science: Formula TrianglesFormula triangles representing relationships between variables may be used. Only formulas that appear on the appropriate state-supplied reference materials may be represented. The triangles may only include variables. Symbols for mathematical operations (e.g., x, ) are NEVER allowed.</p><p>W</p><p>Work</p><p>dF</p><p>distanceforceX</p><p>m</p><p>D V</p><p>mass</p><p>Density volume</p><p>Work = (force)(distance)</p><p>Density = mass/volume</p><p>TEA 12/201123</p></li><li><p>Social Studies: Blank MapsBlank maps may be used. Blank maps should NEVER contain titles, words, labels, colors used a labels, pictures, acronyms, mnemonics, numbers, symbols, or variables. A student could use both physical and political world or U.S. maps.24</p><p>TEA 12/201124</p></li><li><p>Social Studies: Blank MapsIn addition, unlabeled maps that represent historic events may be used (e.g., an unlabeled map that represents the stages of U.S. territorial expansion). </p><p>25</p><p>TEA 12/201125</p></li><li><p>Social Studies: TimelinesTimelines may be used if they contain only dates. Labeling the events connected with those dates in any way is NEVER allowed. </p><p>26</p><p>TEA 12/201126</p></li><li><p>27 If the use of this accommodation is distracting to </p><p>other students or compromises the security of the test, an individual administration is required.</p><p> Colors may be used in a supplemental aid to enhance readability or improve tracking, but may never be used as a label.</p><p> Pictures may be used in pictorial models of geometric figures and graphics of scientific concepts, but not in other supplemental aids.</p><p> Using a supplemental aid as an accommodation during classroom instruction and testing should not replace the teaching of subject-specific skills as outlined in the TEKS.TEA 12/201127</p></li><li><p>28</p><p> The student must be able to understand the information that the supplemental aid provides and simply need assistance recalling the concepts.</p><p> The test administrator may not remind the student to use the supplemental aid or explain to the student the information included on the supplemental aid.</p><p> The supplemental aid must be factual and error-free. The supplemental aid must be concise and well organized </p><p>so that a student can easily access the information. The supplemental aid must not contain numerous pages, as this may be more cumbersome than helpful when used during a statewide assessment.</p><p> If a student writes on the supplemental aid while taking the statewide assessment, the supplemental aid must be destroyed after testing.TEA 12/201128</p></li><li><p>Contact Information</p><p>TEA 12/2011</p><p>29</p><p>TEAs Student Assessment DivisionPhone: (512) 463-9536E-mail: Student.Assessment@tea.state.tx.usTest.Accommodations@tea.state.tx.usAssessment.StudentsWithDisabilities@tea.state.tx.usELL.Tests@tea.state.tx.us</p><p>29</p></li></ul>

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