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OVERVIEW & LEARNING SUGGESTIONS

Rebecca (6th grade)

The current information in this page is for the LRJA (Lectical Reflective Judgment Assessment) completed on January 5, 2017.

Mechanics


Rebecca's overall mechanics score is 5.9. Her individual scores are 5.7 (spelling), 6.1 (punctuation), and 5.9 (capitalization).

Powerful practice: Rebecca can improve her writing mechanics by routinely using the writing tools in her word processor. Help her develop the habit of using these tools every time she writes. 

Rebecca's overall mechanics score has dropped slightly since the last time she took the LRJA. This is common when learners transitioning from one full Lectical Level to the next.

Coherence


Rebecca's overall coherence score is 7.2. Her individual scores are 8.0 (vocabulary), 7.3 (relevance), and 6.4 (argument clarity).

Powerful practice: Good writers ask other people to comment on their writing. Encourage Rebecca to get into the habit, every time she writes, of asking at least one person, "Does this [text] make sense? What can do to make it clearer?"    

Rebecca's overall coherence score has dropped slightly since the last time she took the LRJA. This is common when learners are moving from one full Lectical Level to the next.

Persuasiveness


Rebecca's overall persuasion score is 5.8. Her individual scores are 5.7 (use of evidence), 5.3 (use of logical arguments), and 6.4 (use of psychology).

Powerful practice: Give Rebecca the frequent opportunities to persuade you. Make it clear that you'll only give her something she wants if she can persuade you with psychology, evidence, and a logical argument. 

Rebecca's overall persuasiveness score has dropped slightly since the last time she took the LRJA. This is common when learners are moving from one full Lectical Level to the next. 

REBECCA'S MECHANICS SCORES

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REBECCA'S MECHANICS SCORE COMPARISON (LRJA)

(Mean Mechanics score on January 5, 2017, compared to other 6th graders performing in phase 09d in low-, average-, and high-performing schools)


REBECCA'S MECHANICS SCORE (LRJA)

(compared to other 6th graders performing in phase 09d at Rebecca's school)


 

Rebeccas's Mechanics Score

January 5, 2017 

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REBECCA'S COHERENCE SCORES


REBECCA'S COHERENCE SCORE COMPARISON (LRJA)

(Mean Coherence score on January 5, 2017, compared to other 6th graders performing in phase 09d in low-, average-, and high-performing schools)


Low performing schools

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Average schools

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High performing schools

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REBECCA'S COHERENCE SCORE (LRJA)

(compared to other 6th graders performing in phase 09d in Rebecca's school)


 

Rebeccas's Coherence Score

January 5, 2017 

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REBECCA'S PERSUASION SCORES


REBECCA'S PERSUASION SCORE COMPARISON (LRJA)

(Mean Persuasion score on January 5, 2017, compared to other 6th graders performing in phase 09d in low-, average-, and high-performing schools)


Low performing schools

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Average schools

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High performing schools

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REBECCA'S PERSUASION SCORE (LRJA)

(compared to other 6th graders performing in phase 09d at Rebecca's school)


 

Rebeccas's Persuasion Score

January 5, 2017 

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Selected funders

IES (US Department of Education)

The Spencer Foundation

NIH

Dr. Sharon Solloway

The Simpson Foundation

The Leopold Foundation

Donor list

Selected clients

Glastonbury School District, CT

The Ross School

Rainbow Community School

The Study School

Long Trail School

The US Naval Academy

The City of Edmonton, Alberta

The US Federal Government

Advisory Board

Kurt Fischer, Ph.D. Harvard Graduate School of Education, Emeritus

Antonio Battro, MD, Ph.D., One Laptop Per Child

Marc Schwartz, Ph.D. and former high school teacher, University of Texas at Arlington

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Ed.D., University of Southern California

Willis Overton, Ph.D., Temple University, Emeritus