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This document is intended to help Alternate ACCESS test administrators become familiar with features of the Alternate ACCESS assessment. One sample item is provided for each domain (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) so that test administrators can see how test items are formatted in each section. Only grade-level cluster 3-5 sample items are represented.Resource Details View Download Now
This is an example of the Individual Characteristics Questionnaire (ICQ), which is part of WIDA Alternate ACCESS. The ICQ captures characteristics of students who take Alternate ACCESS. Test Administrators will fill out the ICQ for each student and that information will be reported on the Individual Student Report. ICQ information can help educator teams make program decisions for students. Prior to administering Alternate ACCESS, download and print this example ICQ and use it to consult with Individual Education Plan (IEP) team members about students.
Disclaimer: The ICQ was designed for print. WIDA intends to take steps in the future to make a version that is web accessible.Resource Details View Download Now
The RtI2 planning form is a resource to guide local educators in implementing a RtI² plan for their multilingual learners. The form accompanies the book Developing a Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Approach to Response to Instruction & Intervention (RtI²) for English Language Learners: Connecting to WIDA Standards, Assessments, and Other Resources.Resource Details View Download Now
This report provides information about the student’s scores on the ACCESS for ELLs English language proficiency test. This test is based on the WIDA Alternate English Language Development Standards and is used to measure students’ progress in learning English. Scores are reported as Language Proficiency Levels and as Scale Scores.Resource Details View Download Now