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1 English Language Arts Materials Collections Instructionally Embedded Assessment Window DLM testlets sometimes call for the use of specific materials or manipulatives. Materials are identified in the Testlet Information Page (TIP) for each testlet. Sometimes materials are required and cannot be substituted, but substitutes are allowed in most cases. Each TIP states whether materials are needed for a testlet. If materials are to be used in a testlet, the TIP will state the specific materials mentioned in the testlet and describe their attributes so that test administrators can find appropriate substitutions. For more information about substituting objects, see the TEST ADMINISTRATION MANUAL section titled Teacher-Administered Tests. The TIP is provided in Educator Portal when each testlet is assigned. Since the teacher chooses which Essential Elements and linkage levels to assess during instructionally embedded assessment, the materials needed or recommended to assess each student are unknown before the testlet is assigned. However, the materials used in different testlets often have common traits. That gives teachers the ability to identify some commonly available objects ahead of time that are likely to be useful when administering English language arts (ELA) testlets. Teachers may collect these materials and use them during instruction. That way, the most useful materials are familiar to the student and available before the teacher begins assigning testlets in the Instructional Tools Interface (ITI). To give test administrators more opportunity to prepare for the ELA assessment before the testing window opens, DLM has compiled a list of materials commonly needed in ELA testlets. The tables in this document summarize lists of items per grade level for general testlets and, where appropriate, for students who are blind or have visual impairments. When specific items are listed in parentheses, these are examples of objects specifically mentioned in some of the testlets. Again, objects may be substituted unless the TIP specifically states no substitutions allowed. Hints for using this list: Find things that already exist in the classroom or are easily found somewhere in the building. Pick materials that are familiar to the student. Look at the whole list for each grade and find objects that can meet multiple purposes. What types of objects are mentioned more than once? Remember that in most cases it will be okay to substitute materials as long as they are like the ones on the list. Examples of possible substitutions are found in the table below. Example Materials Description 2 sets of identical objects packaged together (packs of crayons, pencils, markers) 2 objects that are the same size, and one object that is smaller than the other two Possible Substitution use two identical packs of flash cards use two flash cards that are the same size and a playing card ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 1

2 Contained In This Document Lists by grade of materials commonly used in DLM ELA testlets that require the use of materials. Lists by grade of materials that may be used to administer testlets to students who are blind or have visual impairments. Some ELA testlets are special forms designed for these students, while others are general testlets that have been adapted to make them accessible for students who are blind or have visual impairments. The materials commonly used to make testlets accessible to students who are blind or have visual impairments are included on this list. ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 2

3 3 Any writing tools used by the student in regular instruction Bags of different types with handles, zippers and pockets Books and magazines Chairs in the classroom Clothing likely to be worn by the student or teacher (shoes, shirt, jacket etc.) Examples of informational topics such as person, place, or object that have been used during instruction and resource material Writing tools (pens, pencils, markers, crayons, etc.) Objects that are familiar to the student Objects that are unfamiliar to the student Identical objects of any kind Paintbrushes of different sizes Photographs of familiar people and places Photographs of unfamiliar people and places Toy vehicles (cars, trucks, etc.) Personal care items (tooth brush, hair brush, etc.) 2 familiar objects with associated pictures/resource materials used during shared reading 2 juice boxes with straws 1 milk carton with a straw 2 newspapers 2 lunchboxes 1 pencil box 2 notebooks 2 pairs of sunglasses 1 pair of eyeglasses 2 pairs of similar (but not identical) objects Grade for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments 3 Any objects or objects represented in tactile graphics that have been used during instruction 3 familiar objects that belong to the student 1 box or box represented in a tactile graphic 1 bag or bag represented in a tactile graphic 1 piece of clothing or piece of clothing represented in a tactile graphic 1 shoe or shoe represented in a tactile graphic 1 chair or chair represented in a tactile graphic 1 backpack or backpack represented in a tactile graphic 1 sock and a symbolic representation of a sock 1 pillow and a symbolic representation of a pillow 1 blanket and a symbolic representation of a blanket 2 pairs of tactually identical objects 2 pairs of tactually similar (but not identical) objects 4 objects that are tactually different ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 3

4 4 Any writing tools used by the student in regular instruction Objects that are familiar to the student Objects that are unfamiliar to the student Photographs of familiar people and places Photographs of unfamiliar people and places 1 notecard with the first letter of the student's name written in lowercase 1 notecard with the first letter of the student's name written in uppercase Examples of informational topics that have been used during instruction and shared reading 2 pairs of identical objects 2 pairs of similar (but not identical) objects 4 completely different objects 3 objects or pictures the belong to the money category 3 objects or pictures the belong to the hats category 3 objects or pictures the belong to the book category Grade for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments 4 Any objects or objects represented in tactile graphics that have been used during instruction 2 pairs of tactually identical objects 2 pairs of tactually similar (but not identical) objects 4 objects that are tactually different 1 bag with a handle 1 pair of pants with a pocket 1 shoe with a shoelace 1 hat or hat represented as a tactile graphic 1 backpack or backpack represented as a tactile graphic 1 book or book represented as a tactile graphic 1 block or block represented as a tactile graphic 1 shoe or shoe represented as a tactile graphic 1 shirt or shirt represented as a tactile graphic 1 sock or sock represented as a tactile graphic 1 chair or chair represented as a tactile graphic 1 towel or towel represented as a tactile graphic 1 pillow or pillow represented as a tactile graphic 1 toothbrush or toothbrush represented as a tactile graphic ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 4

5 5 Any writing tools used by the student in regular instruction Books and magazines Objects that are familiar to the student Objects that are unfamiliar to the student Photographs of familiar people and places Photographs of unfamiliar people and places Examples of informational topics about the student's personal experiences (e.g., a family school routine, a school activity, a school trip) 2 preferred objects 2 non-preferred objects 1 cup 1 ball 1 fork 1 pen 1 crayon 1 marker 1 piece of clay 1 piece of paper Tape 2 coats with hoods, sleeves, and zippers 1 jacket with a hood, sleeves, and a zipper 3 pairs of similar, but not identical, objects that are the same except for one property, such as color, size, shape, or texture 3 objects or pictures that belong to the clothes category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the cups category Grade for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments 5 Any objects or objects represented in tactile graphics that have been used during instruction 1 table or table represented as a tactile graphic 1 glove or glove represented as a tactile graphic 1 shoe or shoe represented as a tactile graphic 1 sock or sock represented as a tactile graphic 1 bowl or bowl represented as a tactile graphic 1 box or box represented as a tactile graphic 1 chair or chair represented as a tactile graphic 1 clock or clock represented as a tactile graphic 1 coat or coat represented as a tactile graphic 1 shirt or shirt represented as a tactile graphic 1 mitten or mitten represented as a tactile graphic ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 5

6 6 Any writing tools used by the student in regular instruction Objects that are familiar to the student Objects that are unfamiliar to the student Photographs of familiar people and places Photographs of unfamiliar people and places Writing tools (e.g., pens, pencils, markers) 1 notecard with the first letter of the student's first name 1 notecard with a letter that does not appear in the student's first name Examples of informational topics that have been used during instruction and resource material 1 object the student uses to wipe their face 1object the student uses to drink 1 object the student uses to put away his or her backpack 1 object the student uses to wash hands 1 object the student uses to eat lunch 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with study time 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with lunchtime 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with clean up time 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with school 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with washing hands 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with recess 1 pencil that matches the selected picture in the story 1 envelope that matches the selected picture in the story 1 notebook that matches the selected picture in the story 1 book that matches the selected picture in the story 1 bowl that matches the selected picture in the story 1 pair of shoes that match the selected picture in the story 2 pieces of paper 1 paintbrush Paint 1 drum 1 hairbrush 1 chalkboard or dry erase board 1 eraser 1 doll 3 pairs of similar (but not identical) objects 3 objects from a familiar arrival to school routine 3 objects from a familiar eating routine 3 objects from a familiar getting ready for school routine 3 objects from a familiar packing a backpack routine 3 objects from a familiar packing a bag routine 3 pairs of similar (but not identical) objects that are the same except for one property, such as color, size, shape, or texture 3 objects or pictures that belong to the shoe category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the clothes category ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 6

7 for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments 6 Any objects or objects represented in tactile graphics that have been used during instruction 3 familiar objects that belong to the student 2 pairs of tactually identical objects 2 pairs of tactually similar (but not identical) objects 2 objects that are tactually different 1 piece of chalk and a symbolic representation of a piece of chalk 1 block and a symbolic representation of a block 1 blanket and a symbolic representation of a blanket 1 ball and a symbolic representation of a ball 1 brush and a symbolic representation of a brush 1 shirt and a symbolic representation of a shirt 1 bag and a symbolic representation of a bag 1 sock and a symbolic representation of a sock ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 7

8 7 Any writing tools used by the student in regular instruction Containers (jar, cup, bottle, etc.) Object that can serve as a screen (bandana, box, piece of cardboard, etc.) Objects that are familiar to the student Objects that are unfamiliar to the student Photographs of familiar people and places Photographs of unfamiliar people and places Writing tools (pens, pencils, crayons, etc.) 1 familiar book used in regular instruction Examples of informational topics that have been used during instruction and resource material 1 hat 1 paintbrush 1 ball 1 notebook that matches a selected picture in the story 1 spoon that matches a selected picture in the story 1 piece of paper that matches a selected picture in the story A person associated with teaching art A person associated with answering the student's questions A person associated with helping the student read A person associated with taking the student to lunch 3 familiar objects that relate to the story and can be easily removed from the student's view 3 objects or pictures that belong to the ball category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the dishes category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the animal category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the food category 3 pairs of similar (but not identical) objects that are the same except for one property, such as color, size, shape, or texture Grade for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments 7 Any objects or objects represented in tactile graphics that have been used during instruction 1 spoon and a symbolic representation of a spoon 1 cup and a symbolic representation of a cup 1 hat and a symbolic representation of a hat 1 ribbon and a symbolic representation of a ribbon 1 whistle and a symbolic representation of a whistle 1 book and a symbolic representation of a book 1 marker and a symbolic representation of a marker 1 bag and a symbolic representation of a bag 1 jar and a symbolic representation of a jar 1 pencil and a symbolic representation of a pencil 1 backpack or backpack represented as a tactile graphic 1 sock or sock represented as a tactile graphic 1 blanket or blanket represented as a tactile graphic ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 8

9 8 Any writing tools used by the student in regular instruction 2 familiar objects used in a familiar routine (e.g., getting ready for lunch, getting ready to leave school at the end of the day) that belong to a specific category 1 familiar object from a different familiar routine that belongs to a different category Examples of informational topics that have been used during instruction 1 backpack 1 ruler 1 pencil 1 spoon 1 hat 1 pen 1 cup 1 book 1 object that is needed for getting ready for bed 1 object that is needed for washing your hands 1 object that is needed for writing 1 object that is needed for waking up 1 object that is needed for going outside 1 object that is needed for doing homework 1 object that is needed for packing a backpack 1 object that is needed for eating 1 object that is needed for brushing your teeth 1 object that is needed for getting ready for school A person associated with teaching the student A person associated with teaching the student English A person associated with teaching the student's music class A person associated with taking the student to recess A person associated with giving the student lunch 3 pairs of similar (but not identical) objects that are the same except for one property, such as color, size, shape, or texture 3 objects from the clothes category 2 objects from the dishes category 2 objects from the hats category ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 9

10 s 9-10 Any writing tools used in regular instruction 1 notecard with the first letter of the student's first name 1 notecard with a letter that does not appear in the student's first name 3 familiar objects used as part of a familiar routine Examples of informational topics that have been used during instruction and resource materials that include some vocabulary words about the topics 4 objects or pictures of farm animals 2 objects or pictures of zoo animals 3 objects or pictures that belong to the clothes category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the worker category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the dishes category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the toothbrush category 3 objects related to the familiar eating routine 3 objects from the familiar studying for school routine 4 objects or pictures from the "writing utensils" subgroup 2 objects or pictures from the "notebooks" subgroup 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with the classroom 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with the art class 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with the library 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with game time 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with lunch 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with school ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 10

11 s Any writing tools used by the student in regular instruction 2 familiar objects used as part of a familiar routine (e.g., getting ready for lunch, getting ready to leave school at the end of the day) that belong to a specific category 1 familiar object from a different routine that belongs to a different category 1 notecard with the first letter of the student's first name 1 notecard with a letter that does not appear in the student's first name Examples of informational topics that have been used during instruction and resource materials that include some vocabulary words about the topics 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with lunchtime 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with homework time 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with recess 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with movie time 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with library time 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with talking on the phone 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with reading books 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with being in the snow 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with going to the park 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with washing hands 1 symbolic representation of an action associated with going outside 3 objects or pictures that belong to the money category 3 objects or pictures that belong to the plant category 3 objects from the familiar washing hands routine 3 objects from the familiar bedtime routine ELA Materials Instructionally Embedded Window Rev. 09/29/2016 page 11

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